Carlos Herrera and Pepa Gea, extra discreet in their first Holy Week married

At from Carlos Herrera y Paper Gea It has been one of the most famous weddings in recent months, which has been known after three years of discreet relationship. The couple said ‘yes I do’ by surprise on December 5 in an intimate ceremony in New York in the presence of only their respective children: the two daughters of the presenter of Magazine Madrid of Onda Cero, and rocio crusset y Alberto Herrerafruit of the marriage of the radio announcer and Marilo Montero.

Both journalists and radio presenters live their first Holy Week as husband and wife and they do it, as it could not be otherwise, in Seville, where they have been seen enjoying one of the most deeply rooted traditions for the Cope presenter, faithful follower of the processions of his land.

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The radio star and his wife have been able to follow the steps of the procession from a central balcony accompanied by several friends and, where they have shown that, although they are in love and share confidences and laughs, they are not very fond of showing gestures of affection on each other in public.

Pepa was radiant and exuded elegance in a flattering dress with a floral print in shades of blue, empire cut and puffed sleeves, while Carlos wore a tie to match his wife’s look, with a classic navy blue suit and smoked sunglasses .

The couple at the end of last year managed to get married and keep the happy news a secret for two months. It was only known when her friend revealed it spontaneously Toni Moreno in the program he presents on TVE, afternoon planwhere she reproached the journalist with a laugh for not having invited her to her link.

The beautiful news caused a wave of congratulations for the announcers. Mariló Montero’s ex-husband wanted to thank the congratulations by sharing two days later, through his social networks, an image of him and Pepa beaming on their wedding day; Herrera, in a navy blue suit and striped tie, and the journalist, with a discreet and elegant bridal look, with a white blazer and headband with a matching net.