The host of “Double standards. Then you are not there!” Andrei Samartsev married in new York to a girl with whom he had known for 14 years.
The host of “Double
standards. Then you are not there!” on NTV Andrey Samartsev married
the girl was familiar for 14 years. Wedding he staged in new York.
The beloved TV presenter was Anastasia Markova. She lives in new York, where
head of product Department decorating company which engaged in decoration new York Christmas. But all the free time time beloved
“Life “in two countries”
there is nothing complicated and unusual in the modern world and subject to availability
desire it is possible, — says Andrey. And our couple is a great proof of that.”
Future spouses met 14 more
years ago, when I was at University on the same course. Six years ago Andrew
and Anastasia began Dating, and on Christmas eve 24 December 2016 Andrew did
“Actually, the most popular place in
New York in order to make an offer, this ice rink, Rockefeller center, —says Andrey. But I wanted to propose in a place that something
would mean to both of us, without prying eyes.
We with Nastya went to dinner and
went for a walk in a Park on the East river overlooking Manhattan. There we have
he had his first kiss. And in this place I got a diamond ring and
offered Nastya to be my wife. On his knees did not get up — and without it she
answered “Yes”. And then we began to prepare for the wedding, which
decided to play in new York…”
The wedding ceremony was held on the banks of the river
Hudson. The groom was in a suit for $ 850, and the bride chose a dress from Melissa
Sweet for $ 1,900. The ceremonial arch was decorated with twenty exclusive
paper handmade flowers. Bunk lemon cake with
Italian meringue with cream and fresh fruit decorated with succulents and
fresh flowers (value of$ 350) was custom famous new York
confectionery. The Union has recorded the captain of the ship. And after registering, the bride and groom
with the guests went to a four-hour cruise.
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