Wedding Bells Are Set To Ring

2022 is already looking like a big year for celebrity weddings

Weddings have taken a backseat over the past couple of years, with many cancellations and delays due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Both the UK and US are seeing a surge in wedding bookings for 2022, and a number of celebrities are among the couples hoping to tie the knot in the next 12 months.

Pandemic permitting, the son of David and Victoria Beckham, Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz are eager to get married in 2022 – so much so that the budding chef has already taken to referring to his bride-to-be as his wife.

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s wedding is set to be one of the big celebrity events of the year, if previous Kardashian weddings are anything to go by. The pair announced their engagement in November, and Kourtney hinted that 2022 could be the year they’re planning to say ‘I do’ in an Instagram post to celebrate the New Year, writing: “2022 the best is yet to come.”

Britney Spears may get the wedding she has longed for in 2022, after announcing her engagement to long-term boyfriend Sam Asghari in September 2021. The singer has not yet opened up about her wedding plans, but previously revealed that fashion designer Donatella Versace was working on her wedding dress, telling her fans the gown was being created “as we speak”.

Kate Hudson and Danny Fujikawa are tipped to tie the knot in the next 12 months, after announcing their engagement in September 2021. The actress previously likened wedding planning to her 2009 movie, Bride Wars, telling Entertainment Tonight: “Obviously, we’re so excited. But the idea of planning a wedding is, like, a lot, it’s a lot… I made a whole movie about it.”

Strictly couple Gemma Atkinson and Gorka Marquez have previously suggested that they will marry in the next 12 months if travel restrictions allow them to plan the destination wedding they are hoping for. When Steph McGovern asked Gemma about their wedding on Steph’s Packed Lunch in 2021, she replied: “We’re obviously not going to do it this year given everything that is going on, the only thing we have agreed on so far is that we are going to do it abroad.”

If you are planning on getting married in 2022/23 you need to secure your venue now



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