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Matt and Emma Willis are renewing their vows!

by Kloe Forster

Have you heard? Matt and Emma Willis are renewing their vows for their upcoming 10 year anniversary!

The Busted bassist and his television presenter wife are planning a wedding party with a twist for their nearest and dearest – asking all attendees to dress up in their own old wedding attire! How cool is that?!

Emma explained to The Sun newspaper: “I want to go back to where we got married, renew our vows and have a wedding party where everybody that attends who is, or has been, married, wears whatever they got married in.

Brides never get to wear their wedding dresses again, so all brides get to wear their wedding dress. If you’ve not been married but you’ve been a bridesmaid, you’ve got to wear your bridesmaids dress and all of the grooms wear their suits.

We think this is such a cute plan, but does it have the potential to raise awkward emotions for those who have been married and are now divorced? And what if it upsets those who have never actually been married…? 

Emma, who looks absolutely amazing at 40, said she got the idea for the vow renewal after listening to her oldest daughter Isabelle, talk about how much she wants to be “a bridesmaid”.

Would you ever consider throwing an anniversary party like this? It’s a lovely way to relive your big day and reaffirm how committed the two of you are to all of your closest family and friends! Plus, it’s a great excuse to have a party, and lets be honest guys… who wouldn’t want that?!

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Emma wore a beautiful princess gown when she married Matt in July 2008 ?

Congratulations on reaching such a HUGE anniversary Matt and Emma! We can’t wait to see the updated wedding album ?

P.S, if you’re wondering what to buy each other, the traditional gift for the tenth anniversary is tin!

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