Robert Pattinson’s wedding photos are so breathtaking, everyone wants to see them! The photos of the handsome Bachelor and his beautiful bride, Emily James, were taken quite a while back, but they have only just been made public. If you’re looking for some stunning photos to brighten your day, then you have come to the right place! We’re going to run down all the details of Robert Pattinson’s wedding so that you can get an idea of what went down.

The Big Day

On February 9, 2018, Robert Pattinson got married to his partner Emily James at an intimate wedding ceremony at St. Margaret’s Church in England. The bride wore a stunning white gown, while the groom wore a black suit. As you would imagine, the dress was a huge hit among the press and social media users alike.

The big day concluded with the couple cutting the cake and dancing until the early hours of the morning. It was surely a gloriously, breathtakingly romantic end to what was a very special day for the happy couple.

The Wedding Rings

While the wedding photos of Emily and Robert are certainly enough to keep us glued to our screens, it’s the rings that will have everyone talking. For her engagement, Emily sported a diamond solitaire, while Robert chose a white gold band with two rows of diamonds for his bride. Talk about a grand entrance!

According to a spokesperson for Emily’s charity Women for Women, the pair chose the rings as a symbol of their commitment to each other. The jeweler stated that a white gold band symbolizes “eternity and finality,” while the solitaire represents “unconditional love and devotion.” So romantic!

The Reception

After the ceremony, the happy couple headed to London’s Freemason Hotel for their reception. The venue is a beautiful hotel just a few minutes walk from St. Margaret’s Church. Once there, the newlyweds were greeted by hundreds of their guests and well-wishers. It was an emotional day for the happy couple, as they got to share their joy with family and friends.

The reception was a sit-down affair, and speeches were given by the couple’s older sister, Rosie, and brother-in-law Luke James. The four-course meal consisted of Scotch eggs, mini lobster tartlets, smoked salmon, and caviar blinis, all served with pickles and followed by chocolate fountain and cupcakes. Simply incredible!

Who Are Emily’s Parents?

Emily James grew up in Chichester, West Sussex. She is the daughter of Penny and Peter James, an accomplished writer and director. Her paternal grandfather was the late, great William Somerset Maugham, whose novel, Of Human Bondage, was made into a classic film starring John Malkovich and Orson Welles. Her mother is the niece of former British Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, who had a very famous mustache that she is often credited with having inspired.

Apart from her parents, Emily is also related to the Somerset Maugham and Evelyn Waugh literary duos through her paternal great-grandmother. She has Scottish, French, and Spanish ancestry. We can see a family tree clearly depicting this heritage if you look closely!

Where Does Emily Live Now?

Once the wedding photos were out of the way, it was time for Emily to head off to Paris to begin a new life with her husband-to-be. While there are rumors that she might stay in the city for a while, it seems more likely that she will return to live in the U.K. with her parents and brother.

For the time being, Emily’s charity events and photo shoots will be held in Paris. If you’d like to keep up to date with her travels and appearances, you can follow her on Instagram or look out for her upcoming books.

Who Is Robert’s Dad?

We still don’t know much about Robert Pattinson’s father, but we do know he had a significant impact on his son’s life. Not only did he inspire the main character in the young adult book, The Rebel, which Robert co-wrote with James, but he also helped launch Robert’s acting career. The Hollywood actor portrayed, in part, the father of his namesake in the 2014 film, The Rover.

Robert Pattinson was born in New York City and grew up in Los Angeles. He attended the prestigious La Jolla High School and went on to study English at Oxford University. As if his illustrious career in Hollywood wasn’t enough, Pattinson is also an accomplished musician and songwriter. In fact, he recently released an album called, Remaster, which was entirely self-financed.

Emily’s Androgynous Look

While we’re on the subject of Emily’s dress, it’s important to point out that it was completely androgynous. In other words, the dress did not have a distinct feminine vibe to it. This was no accident as Emily’s makeup artist, Ashley Sutton, ensured that her skin looked as flawless as her dress. Sutton also created an androgynous look using makeup techniques she learned while working with the great Marjorie Merriweather Post, whose groundbreaking beauty empire began in the 20s. Sutton applied the same makeup to both of Emily’s parents as she did to their daughter, creating a stunningly seamless impression. This is one wedding that will be memorable for a very long time!

Did Emily Have An Affair Before The Wedding?

We all know that Emily and Robert were together long before the wedding day. Apparently, they were engaged for over a year before tying the knot in an intimate ceremony on a February day in 2018. The rumors of an affair began when Emily was photographed entering the church, looking visibly emotional. Some claimed that she had wept for months because of her unrequited love for her fiance.

Although this appears to be the case, we should remind our readers that an affair does not necessarily mean sexual relations. People having affairs often hold strong emotional bonds with those around them, which leads them to feel more deeply about the people they love. It is, therefore, entirely possible that Emily was still grieving over the loss of her parents when she began to show signs of unhappiness. Perhaps, in an effort to feel more connected, she decided to engage in a loving, committed relationship with someone she cared for deeply.

Wedding Plans

The planning for Emily’s wedding was incredibly intricate and took a lot of consideration. The couple chose to wed at St. Margaret’s Church in England because it is the burial place of Emily’s grandmother, which provided an emotional underpinning to the day. The wedding ceremony and reception were both organized by Emily’s parents, who had to juggle their hectic schedules to fit the couple’s desire to tie the knot as privately as possible. This was, undoubtedly, an unusual request, but one that the James family saw as a priceless gift.

As we’ve established, Emily is very proud of her family’s rich history, and she saw the St. Margaret’s Church connection as a way of honoring her grandmother. It also gave her an opportunity to reflect on her parents’ similar wedding day more than 70 years ago. On their wedding day in January 1948, the couple wed in the garden of the church before leaving for their reception at London’s Dorchester Hotel. According to a family member, their guests numbered 1,500, which makes Emily and Robert’s wedding day look rather modest!

The reception for Emily’s parents was held at the Park Lane Hilton, with guests including Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly, and Marjorie Merriweather Post. Needless to say, the lavish affair was an extraordinary celebration of the couple’s big day. It was a fabulous demonstration of their family’s impressive social standing at the time.

What a difference a few decades make! While society may have changed in many ways, the importance of weddings hasn’t. They are still a monumental event for the couples who walk down the aisle and their guests. And what a difference an iconic setting like St. Margaret’s makes. It’s easy to understand why the church was chosen as the venue for Emily and Robert’s wedding. Not only is it the burial place of Emily’s grandmother, but it also has an incredible atmosphere that perfectly captures the grandeur and romance of the occasion. It seems fair to say that Emily and Robert’s wedding was a memorable event that will be held in the hearts of the couple for a long time.