Super luxe bride and groom’s £44k wedding breakfast is missing key item

Super luxe bride and groom’s £44k wedding breakfast is missing key item

Rudy and Gloria have been together for six years – and now they're finally tying the knot.

The super loaded couple, both architects in Singapore, have been dating for six years but actually met when they were at school.

Rudy always had a crush on his bride-to-be – something she knew nothing about.

He said: "When I look at her, I still get butterflies in my stomach."

So when he wanted to propose, Rudy knew he had to do something special.

The groom spent two months designing a one-off engagement ring for the love of his life and it came with something very special.

Instead of using diamonds for the stones, he picked rubies, and Gloria loved it.

She said: "He adores me and he loves me and I've tested his patience many times over the years.

"This really is true love."

And when money is no object for a couple, who also devote time on money on building schools and hospitals in Africa, only the very best will do for their stag and hen do.

They decide to break with tradition and have a joint bash – but this is no ordinary party.

Rudy and Gloria hire a luxury super yacht for their party, complete with lots of bottles of Champagne and a private chef to provide delicious nibbles.

This inseperable couple do everything together, even shop for Gloria's wedding dress.

The bride-to-be has tried on 50 gowns and Rudy has been at every fitting.

She has now opted for one, stunning wedding dress for the ceremony, and a second for the party.

And unlike most brides in Singapore, Gloria loves bling.

Her first gown is decorated with 20,000 Swarovski crystals, while her second is a shimmering pink and purple dress.

Rudy jokes: "I should have told the guests to bring sunglasses."

But the groom thinks his fiancee looks stunning in both dresses.

Then comes the all important food tasting.

The couple are giving their guests an eight-course banquet to remember.

The sumptuous feats will cost £1,100 per table – and that's before they factor in any alcohol, a key ingredient at any wedding.

Finally, the big day arrives and Rudy and Gloria are overhwlemed as they say their vows.

Rudy tells his bride: "Today is 35 years in the making. The first 17 years were a season of unknowing, followed by 12 years of separation.

"The last six years have been a time of falling deeper and deeper in love with you.

"We have worked so hard to get to this place and we have finally made it together."

Gloria adds: "I feel extremely blessed that I'm able to stand before you and say to you just how much I love you.

"I have always been a dreamer and have many crazy big dreams but you always listen to every one of them and treat each of them as if they are your own dreams.

"I have never met anyone like you and I love you so much."

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