If you follow Hollywood news at all, you will undoubtedly have heard the story of how Robert Pattinson pulled off one of the most epic wedding days in history. The actor got married to his longtime partner, Cosima Curry, on November 1st in a series of stunning ceremonies that took place in London, Paris, and Venice, Italy. The couple has certainly done their fair share of inspiring each other over the years and it clearly showed in their commitment to each other and to their children as they took the time to renew their vows and embrace their newfound family spirit. While the world watched in awe, we were treated to some pretty incredible behind-the-scenes photos which featured the gorgeous actor in a flurry of adventures, exploring his newly acquired homeland with his wife by his side. It was both breathtaking and romantic to see the newlywed couple’s love and dedication to each other and their children as they made the most of their brief time in paradise before the harsh winter months set in once more. This is a story that truly deserves to be told and it is our great pleasure to bring you the goods as we know how eager you all are to see more of this incredible story from beginning to end. So sit back, relax, and get ready to be wowed as we take you on an exclusive journey back to England in the footsteps of one of the most famous men in the world.

A Little UK Tour In Advance Of The Wedding

It had been a few years since Robert Pattinson’s last visit to his home country the United Kingdom and, as his star rose and he became more in demand, it was no surprise that he decided to make a comeback and show the country what they were missing. The fact that he had been so long since his last visit made it even more special and it wasn’t long before he began teasing fans by posting pictures on social media of himself in various places around England.

There are several theories as to why Pattinson had neglected his adopted homeland for so long but, in truth, he had probably longed to return to the place that raised him and gave him life. After all, the last time he had been there was when he was just a young teen and it was an experience that had made a deep impression on him. It wasn’t just the scenery or the food that drew him back, however, but the people too as he reminisced on the kindnesses he had been shown by complete strangers. As it turns out, not even his Hollywood neighbors were spared his affections as he continued to shower them with praise and generosity as he spread his good cheer to anyone within earshot. It’s safe to say that, despite his global celebrity, he considers himself lucky to have been born and raised in a country that embraced him as one of their own and the fact that he decided to make a conscious effort to spend more time in his adoptive homeland and show the world what a great place it is speaks volumes.

The First Stop Was London

The premiere ceremony was held at the breathtaking and historic Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln’s Inn in London’s bustling legal district. The venue is known for its baroque balconies and its magnificent chandelier, which helps to create a unique atmosphere for these kinds of events. The city never sleeps when it comes to wedding celebrations and, as a result, there is always something going on, no matter the time of year. It was a stunning day and, as we mentioned, one that was filled with unforgettable moments.

After The Venetian Ceremony, The Crowd Was Let Into The Roman Temple For The French Event

Pattinson and Curry then made their way to the nearby French Embassy for the second ceremony. The bride wore a stunning ivory dress that showcased her beautiful figure and her hair was adorned with thousands of pearls and intricate ivory lace. We couldn’t help but think of Cleopatra when we saw this picture as she was truly a vision to behold. A little later, the lucky guests were taken to the nearby 12th century Roman Catholic church of Église de la Miséricorde where Pattinson and Curry had their third and final ceremony. The bride’s breathtaking gown was designed by Clare Waight Keller and its yellow hues perfectly matched the sunny weather as she walked down the aisle as Mrs. Robert Pattinson. The church was overflowing with flowers and each guest was given an invitation to attend the wedding ball, which was actually a re-enactment of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream performed by renowned English actor, Alan Rickman. In true Shakespearean spirit, the audience was then treated to some magic as Rickman turned into a rabbit and an ape, which he claimed were his “best friends”. It was truly a wonderful finale to what was, without a doubt, one of the most memorable weddings we have ever covered. At the end of the night, the newlyweds took to the dance floor where they showed us how much this day meant to them as they danced together for the very first time as a married couple. It was an incredible moment which will be cherished for years to come.

Venice And The Final Rehearsal

Pattinson and Curry then traveled to Venice for the couple’s well-deserved honeymoon and had one last rehearsal day before the big day. It had been a long journey for the newlyweds and they had endured harsh weather conditions, which made the 90-minute drive from the airport to their hotel look like a day of peregrinations. It must have been doubly enchanting for them as it was their first time in Venice and they finally had the time to explore the city and take in as much of its beauty as they could before the wedding tomorrow. We are sure that their excitement and their nerves will make the trip both memorable and joyous. Tomorrow was finally here and, as we said, it was an unforgettable day. Venice truly is a city that charms and delights everyone who visits it and it was evident from the moment that the newlyweds stepped out onto the Ponte Vecchio that this was going to be a memorable day for them. The weather was glorious and the cityscape was illuminated by the yellow rays of the setting sun as it dipped beneath the horizon. It truly was a breathtaking sight to see this famous “Ponte” in all its glory as it connects two of the most beautiful cities in the world. We are certain that it will not be the last time that Venice is hailed as one of the most romantic cities in the world. The bride looked radiant as she was carried to the altar by her father and walked down the aisle to marry the man of her dreams. After the ceremony, the guests were treated to a cocktail reception at the Hotel Ca’ dei Frari as the newlyweds signed the register and took pictures with curious guests. It was a perfect way to end this incredibly eventful and romantic day.