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Celebrating her one year anniversary with actor David Harbour, Lily Allen shared a selection of throwback snaps of her Las Vegas wedding on Instagram.
The 36 year old star posted a series of photos from the pair's Sin City nuptials, where she and her 46 year old Stranger Things partner were married by an Elvis Presley impersonator at the Graceland Wedding Chapel.
The couple were joined by Lily’s children from her first marriage to Sam Cooper, nine year old Ethel and eight year old Marnie.
Lily sported an A-line minidress from Dior that she had bought just hours prior to the wedding and look radiant at the venue.
Ignoring tradition for family fun, the family opted to get fast food just outside the venue for their meal.
Lily captioned the snaps: “1 year down with this guy. Happy Anniversary baby @dkharbour. I prefer my life with you in it. You can stay.”
One of the new snaps shows Lily and David posing with their Elvis impersonator.
Lily’s first wedding to ex Sam Cooper was more traditional as the pair had a luxurious ceremony in Gloucestershire in 2011.
Lily previously opened up about her and David's big day and her last minute wedding dress purchase on the Sex, Lies and DM Slides podcast.
She said: “Well me and my daughter had gone to a place called Beautiful Brides that morning to go and try on rental dresses, and we found one that was like very Dolly Parton-esque, like massive sleeves and diamontes and stuff.
“I was planning on wearing that, and then me and my daughter went shopping and we went into the Dior store and found this dress.”
“I was like, ‘What do you think of this?’ and she was like, ‘Well, I don’t think you’re leaving this shop without it’."
On the podcast, Lily also shared why they had chosen to wed in Vegas, saying: “Because we just wanted to get married, and because the lockdown situations everywhere, it was just really difficult, and it was assumed to be the only place that was stupid enough to have a ceremony, so that’s how it happened.”
The pair hadn’t planned to reveal their marriage to the world as it was “meant to be a private affair” but Nevada Clark County ended up tweeting their marriage certificate as they were leaving Vegas.
She finished: “So, that saying of what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas is actually what happens in Vegas gets tweeted out by Vegas.”
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