Emily reveals why Peter Andre missed Janette Manrara wedding

Emily Andrea has revealed why she and Peter Andre missed Janette Manrara and Aljaž Skorjanec’s wedding [Wenn]

Peter and Janette were paired up during the singer’s time on Strictly in 2015, where the couple made it all the way to week 10 of the show.

And on Monday 17 July, it was revealed that his dance partner tied the knot with another star from the show, Aljaž Skorjanec.

However, her former dance partner was a no-show at the star-studded wedding ceremony, which was held across lavish London locations.

Emily Andrea exclusively spoke out about their reasons for missing the couple’s special day in her column with OK! Magazine.

Emily MacDonagh and Peter Andre made a glamorous appearance at the event While Emily was on holiday with her family, Peter had committed to a gig in Sweden [FLYNET ]
Peter Andre and his dance partner Janette ManraraPeter Andre was paired with Janette Manrara in 2015’s Strictly Come Dancing [BBC]

She said: “It was a shame that we weren’t able to make it to Janette Manrara and Aljaž Skorjanec’s wedding,

“But Pete had a gig in Sweden and I had the holiday with my family planned for ages.”

The stunning mother-of-two then opened up about her fondness for the newly-married couple.

“They’re a lovely couple and I’m so happy for them. I’m sure they had a wonderful day – we’re looking forward to catching up with them soon.”

Janette Manrara and Aljaž Skorjanec exclusively revealed all of the details of their wedding day in OK! MagazineJanette Manrara and Aljaž Skorjanec recently tied the knot [OK! Magazine]
Strictly Come Dancing professionals Janette Manrara and Aljaz Skorjanec are marriedThe couple spread their special day across three lavish London venues [Janette Manrara/Instagram]

The professional dancers, who joined the top BBC show in 2012, spread their day across three incredible venues.

To begin, the couple had their legal ceremony at Chelsea Old Town Hall, before travelling across London to Janette and Aljaž’s favourite restaurant, Duck & Waffle, where they had their wedding breakfast with guests. The reception was later held in Victorian Bath House in Bishopsgate Churchyard. 

In an unconventional twist, the bride and groom waited until their reception to say their vows. During Janette’s heart-warming nuptials, she said: “Here I am standing before you and offering my everything for the rest of our lives. I couldn’t be in any more vulnerable state but I feel completely safe.

“I never truly knew what love meant, but now I fully understand. It is trust, respect, compromise, friendship, but overall it is you.”

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