ABS-CBN actress Isabelle Daza says goodbye to single life after officially tying the knot with longtime French boyfriend Adrien Semblat.
Belle and Adrien exchanged wedding vows in front of their closest friends and family at the San Francesco church located at the heart of Lucignano region in Tuscany, Italy, earlier today, September 10.
TV host and club owner Tim Yap uploaded a video on his Instagram Memories asking the groom how he felt minutes before the wedding. Adrien answered, "I feel happy and overwhelmed."
Belle walked down the aisle to the tune of Adele's "Make You Feel My Love."
The bride was accompanied by her godfather, former senator Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr.
Isabelle's father Bong Daza passed away last July 14.
According to Kim Atienza, who also attended the wedding, Belle's father and former Senator Bongbong were best friends.
Belle was simply gorgeous in her Vera Wang wedding dress.
Meanwhile, Adrien and the groomsmen looked dashing in their bespoke suits from Suit It Up Manila.
Before the wedding, Belle shared a moment with her mother, former beauty queen and actress Gloria Diaz.
The bridesmaids include Anne Curtis, Solenn Heussaff, Bea Soriano, Liz Uy, Martine Cajucom, Georgina Wilson, Jess Diaz Wilson, and Ava Diaz Daza.
They all wore floral gowns by Vania Romoff in different shades of blush and purple.
The newlyweds and their guests had their photos taken at the Castello di Gargonza where they all stayed before the wedding ceremony.
Adrien's groomsmen, including Solenn's husband Nico Bolzico, also wore matching morning coats and cyan-colored double-breasted vests.
Other celebrities present at the wedding were Erwan Heussaff, Jasmine Curtis-Smith and boyfriend Jeff Ortega, Raymond Gutierrez, Rajo Laurel, politician Gilbert Remulla, and San Vicente, Palawan Mayor Pie Alvarez, among many others.
Belle and Adrien were already in their sixth year as a couple when they decided to officially get married. Last February 5, the Tubig at Langis star announced her engagement to the French businessman via a Facebook post saying "I said yes!"