We’re used to seeing her donning an array of racy attire, but Rihanna looked positively demure in a stunning lilac bridesmaid gown yesterday.
Her assistant Jennifer Morales married Aaron Davis on a secluded beach in Honolulu, Hawai on Monday, and Ri-Ri was one of six bridesmaids.
Rihanna’s dress boasted an embellished waistband, v-neck drop back, and intrinsic silver floral detail on the mesh skirt. The superstar singer kept her accessories simple with diamond stud earrings and a matching diamond necklace. Her newly auburn hair also perfectly complemented her attire, and she carried an elegant bunch of cream roses tied with a cream ribbon on the stems.
She took to her Instagram account to praise the happy couple, calling Jennifer her “sis”. “A wedding is a celebration of a marriage!!!,” Rihanna said, adding: “Celebrate the marriage that we've been lucky enough to witness grow and evolve for all these years!!!!”
The singer has been furthermore sharing on social media exotic snaps from her break in Hawaii – a favourite holiday destination – over the last number of days.
The single 27-year-old is adamant that she won’t be next up the aisle, however, recently telling Hello! magazine that she’s far too busy for a man. Between 2008 and 2013 she famously had a controversial on-off relationship with Chris Brown. Earlier this year she had been linked to Academy Award nominated actor Leonardo Dicaprio, but she dismissed the rumours last month.
Renee wore an absolutely gorgeous lace gown with long sleeves and a crown of flowers in her hair – serious bridal inspiration!
Matthew also took the time to talk about the weekend – and gush about his new wife, writing: "Conquered Hurricane Ana and got married! Most amazing week EVER. It's my pleasure to introduce, my WIFE, Mrs. Renee Marie Morrison!!"
Conquered Hurricane Ana and got married! Most amazing week EVER. It's my pleasure to introduce, my WIFE, Mrs. Renee Marie Morrison!!
Hundreds of New Zealand passengers flying with Air NZ have been forced to spend three extra days in Hawaii, after their plane was delayed due to ‘a faulty indication system’, and they’ve been awarded compensation for their hardship.
The airline issued an apology: “Due to the lengthy nature of this disruption, the difficulty we’ve experienced in adequately communicating with customers and the fact we have repeatedly let them down, we have made the decision that in addition to our unreserved apology we will also be compensating each customer $1000 in either cash or Airpoints Dollars.”
We are SO jealous. Not only did they get to go to Hawaii in the first place, but they got an extended stay for free.
The only way this would happen to us, is if we had decided to holiday somewhere really awful. And it would probably end up costing us money too. SO unfair!