Rag'n'Bone Man Marries Beth Rouy At Registry Office With Everyone Wearing Tracksuits
We all know Rag'n'Bone man as a soulful SOB, but earlier today the man himself (real name Rory Graham) tied the knot with his fiancée Beth Rouy - and the pair rocked up in tracksuits, along with all their guests.
Yep... the bloke's got an 'estimated' net worth of $75 million (£57.5m... and we all know how accurate those estimate can be, don't we, Lewis Capaldi?!). Yet he still opted to rock a camo trackie... and we're not here to judge. It's your day, mate, you do you.
The loved-up couple posed for wedding snaps following the ceremony at Lewes Registry Office in East Sussex.
It wasn't just the bride and groom that got suited and booted (in their comfies) because each and every single one of their guests was also expected to jump on the sartorial bandwagon.
And they took full advantage by the looks of things, as the invitees donned a mixture of khaki Nike, pink Adidas and some floral sportswear got in on the action, too.
Imagine your relief to know that you didn't need to shop around to buy a new outfit, breaking the bank in the process. Instead you could just delve into your 'casual' drawer and grab the newest/best thing in their. That sounds like bliss. Music to the ears, some would say.
Apart from a couple of women who wore heels, everyone else popped on their trainers. Hang on, so everyone was warm, comfy and managed to avoid the God-awful £1 Primark flip flops - this is getting better by the second.
Let's not forget however that this is a bit of a change from a bride's traditional ivory ensemble, or top and tails for the groom. So fair play to them for avoiding a conventional ceremony, I guess.
These aren't just any random tracksuits though (not that we thought they would be, mind you, not even for a second) as Beth's was covered with a print dedicated to their Sphinx cat, Patrica, who has her own Instagram page, by the way.
The custom made two-piece was also covered with an 'R' and 'B' in the design, according to the MailOnline, which is inspired by their initials (obvs).
The groom, on the other hand, opted for a Polo Ralph Lauren camouflage printed hoodie and sweat pants to match - which is available at Selfridges for £300 ($390), if you were interested.
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