Jericho Rosales, Kim Jones wed in Boracay

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Friday, May 2, 2014

ACTOR Jericho Rosales and television presenter Kim Jones exchanged wedding vows Thursday in the world renowned beach of Boracay Island in Malay, Aklan.

The garden ceremony and beachfront reception was held at Shangri-la Boracay Resort and was attended by the couple's closest friends in and out of show business.


Filipino-British Jones, who grew up in Australia, wore a sweetheart neckline gown by Vania Romoff while Jericho opted for a beige suit by celebrity designer Francis Libiran.

Among those guests spotted in the private ceremony are seasoned actress Coney Reyes, Star Magic executive Johnny Manahan, ABS-CBN head of TV Production Laurenti Dyogi, TV personality Iya Villania, actor Piolo Pascual and Mr. Pure Energy Gary Valenciano.

Brothers Paolo and Gabriel Valenciano also made sure to share the special moments of the wedding by posting personal snaps of the event in image-sharing application Instagram.

Paolo uploaded a video of Echo waiting down the aisle while Gab made sure to supply pictures of the wedding entourage.

In a prior interview with Jericho, the Kapamilya actor shared decided to postpone the honeymoon as he's neck deep in work with evening series "The Legal Wife". But the newlywed couple is keen to travel in June or August.

"Unfortunately, we have to postpone muna because of the 'Legal Wife'. But I have a few days break. We both decided to move it but we're definitely going somewhere to enjoy that. Siyempre kailangan andoon parin yung init ng kakasal ninyo lang," he said.

Kim and Jericho met through common friends in 2011 and got engaged August of last year. (Sunnex)


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