Amelle Berrabah and her fiancé Marcio Rafael Sousa Rosa got married yesterday (17.10.14).
Amelle Berrabah has got married.
The former Sugababes singer, 30, tied the knot with her fiancé Marcio Rafael Sousa Rosa yesterday (17.10.14), just one week after they got engaged.
Taking to her Twitter account last night, she wrote: ''Sorry for the sudden announcement but I am officially Mrs Sousa Rosa!!! #ImMarriedYa'll!!! #yay #blessed #sohappy (sic).''
The brunette beauty is now celebrating her nuptials in Mauritius with her new husband, and flaunted the stunning location in a photograph, which shows her in a bikini standing on the edge of a pool, along with the caption: ''Time stood still today... #Mauritius #WaterBaby #MoroccanLove #NoFilter (sic).''
Amelle announced last week on Instagram that Marcio has popped the question during a romantic getaway.
She wrote last weekend: ''We're engaged!! Some spend a lifetime trying to find their other half... Their one true love... Like a jigsaw where you fit together completely and then complete each others souls. I've found him and He has found me... The other part of me... My true love. #SoHappy #TrueLove #MyBestFriend #MyNight #MyDay #MyHeart #MyEverything #ILoveYouMarcio #EuTeAmo. (sic).''
The hunk also took to his Instagram account just after Amelle to inform his fans about the happy news.
He posted a snap of them holding hands at a dinner table on the beach, which he accompanied with the caption: ''We're Engaged!!! (sic).''
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