Sarah Ferguson's goddaughter has now married her bride in a lavish wedding celebration in Ibiza.
Sealed with a kiss! Sarah Ferguson's goddaughter ties the knot in a lavish wedding celebration in Ibiza
- Sarah Ferguson's goddaughter Eliza has tied the knot with her fiancée in Ibiza
Sarah Ferguson's goddaughter has now married her bride in a lavish wedding celebration in Ibiza.Now it seems her mother has revealed that the baby is due in the coming days.
Eliza Dodd-Noble got engaged to Hannah Crockett in 2021. The Duchess of York, 63, offered her heartfelt congratulations at the time, saying: 'Nothing gives my heart greater joy than to see young people happy.'The loved up pair shared a kiss in front of guests, with photos from the ceremony showing both wearing stunning ivory dresseEliza's aristocratic father, Paddy Dodd-Noble, is a close friend of Sarah's. And Eliza and her sister, Daisy, are pals of her daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie.However, while the mother of Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie - affectionately known as Fergie - blessed the union, she was earlier this year 'a bit confused' not to have been at the civil ceremony in March. Sarah was so delighted that her goddaughter had become engaged to her girlfriend, she claimed that she had already 'bagged a seat' at the nuptials.The Mail on Sunday's Diary Editor Emily Prescott revealed that Eliza's godmother had then seemingly feared the wedding had taken place without her following the civil ceremony.
Thankfully it turned out that the Duchess of York was not snubbed after all. A source close to the newlyweds said the nuptials were only the legal wedding ceremony and that the larger four-day celebration, which Fergie was said to be invited to, was happening in Ibiza.Eliza, who proposed to American Hannah at the Chateau Marmont hotel in Los Angeles in July 2021, is one half of the electronic music duo Eli & Fur, along with fellow DJ Jennifer Skillman.'She said yes,' Eliza gushed at the time.No doubt, married life will keep Eliza's appetites satisfied: Hannah is a passionate foodie and runs a recipe blog, The Simple Seagan, which she describes as 'recipes for the vegan who sometimes eats seafood'.