Tony Hadley, who provided the soundtrack for teenage dreams in the 1980’s as the frontman for Spandau Ballet, knows this much is “True”…he plans to spend a lifetime loving Alison Evers, who became his bride on July 31, 2009. The groom may have performed in front of throngs of fans over the years, but for his “I do” day only two guests were invited to witness the couple recite their wedding vows at the culmination of their six-year romance.
At Cliveden House (a familiar site to music buffs for its appearance in the Beatles’ 1965 comedy Help!), the bride slipped into a strapless ivory gown, its beauty accented with the addition of a dainty tiara, while the groom– known for his impeccable onstage style– chose a dove grey pinstripe suit for the civil ceremony, the Daily Express reports.
As the newlyweds begin their new life together as husband and wife, so Spandau Ballet is experiencing a renewed life. Having recently reformed, the band will embark on a tour of Europe in the fall.
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