The Olympic champion Gianmarco Tamberi married his girlfriend Chiara Bontempi in Pesaro. Dozens of photos and videos of the event published on social networks by the correspondents. Some illustrious like Bebe Voi and Marcell Jacobs.
Honoring the marriage proposal he made to his fiancée Chiara Bontempi before leaving for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Gianmarco Tamberi he married. The Olympic high jump champion – he won the gold medal – said yes to his historic girlfriend in the suggestive setting of Villa Imperiale in Pesaro. She parade of stars at weddings, including some of the most illustrious names in the world of sport. Attending the event were Bebe Vio, Marcell Jacobs and partner Nicole Data, Filippo Tortu and Mutaz Barshim. In all, there were about 200 guests at the wedding. The mayor Matteo Ricci celebrated the ceremony.
The marriage proposal before the Tokyo 2020 Olympics
Gianmarco, known as Gimbo, had asked his girlfriend Chiara to marry him shortly before leaving for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. He had presented himself in a restaurant in Numana with 100 red roses. Chiara had said yes to the romantic proposal and a few months from that moment the two became husband and wife. Tamberi and Bontempi have been together for 13 years. After the wedding, they will move from Ancona, the city of Chiara. First, however, a long honeymoon awaits them between the Maldives, Bali and Singapore.
Chiara Bontempi’s first wedding dress.
The reception and the VIP guests at the wedding of Gianmarco Tamberi and Chiara Bontempi
Chiara and Gianmarco chose to get married with a civil ceremony officiated by the mayor of Pesaro. Before reading the ritual articles, however, they wanted to exchange the promises they had previously written for each other. After the actual ceremony, the couple and the approximately 200 guests attended the sumptuous reception also organized at Villa Imperiale. Dozens of photos and videos of the event, most of which celebrate the sober beauty of the bride, elegant in her crystal-encrusted wedding dress which, in the evening, she replaced with a second dress, also princely. The celebrations continued late into the night.CopyAMP code