This is a marriage made in heaven….or Westminster at least. Both Rebecca and Nick work in the world of politics, which I have always been fascinated with and bored lots of friends with my attempts at political debates. Without getting too political on a wedding blog, Nick works for the best newspaper and my regular buy, The Guardian, which is a good thing. Rebecca works as a political journalist for the BBC, so of course I have no idea of her political stance….but she did look gorgeous! In fact, she looked stunning in her Anoushka G, deco feel dress and Rachel Simpson shoes. Nick opted for traditional tails and made a handsome figure alongside his brothers who were the Ushers.
After getting ready at The Wyndham Grand, Chelsea Harbour, they were married at All Saints Church, Fulham, in a very heartfelt and amusing ceremony followed by the whole wedding party strolling in the sunshine to the reception venue of The Hurlingham Club, set in huge grounds on the banks of the Thames. Although Rebecca is Australian, the wedding was the epitome of Englishness with cricket teams and tennis players enjoying the grounds alongside the wedding guests.
We worked alongside Simon Carr, who was a real pleasure to work with. Rebecca and Nick, thank you so much for having with you on the day, it was a wonderful wedding and you two made our job very easy. Here’s to many years of political debates in the Watt -Keating household! X