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04th Jun 2023

Love Island’s Olivia Attwood marries Brad Dack in stunning ceremony

Ellen Fitzpatrick

Such a stunning day.

Love Island star Olivia Attwood has married her longtime love Bradley Dack in the most beautiful ceremony.

The reality star tied the knot to the footballer in the lavish five-star hotel Bulgari in Knightsbridge in London on Saturday afternoon.

Decked out with 10,000 roses and over 25,000 individual flowers by Red Floral Architecture, MailOnline reported that Olivia wore two gowns on her big day – one of which was a £30,000 lace-sleeved gown by designer Galia Lahav.

With an all-black theme for the guests, Olivia’s Love Island co-stars Georgia Harrison and Amber Davies were also dressed to the nines.

The wedding featured an eight-tier wedding cake worth £10,000 and ahead of her big day, Olivia took to Instagram to recall the big moments in their relationship so far.

Sharing some snaps of herself and her now husband, the islander said: “I got talking to this dude in Libertine [nightclub] about 8 years ago, because I loved a free drink and he had a cute smile…

“Tomorrow I’m marrying him. Modern day love stories. Com.

Bradley then responded: “What a story… can’t wait for tomorrow. I love you.”


Bradley got down on one knee during a holiday to Dubai in 2019 and following the romantic getaway, the two had originally decided to get married in 2020.

Set to have a luxury wedding in Portugal, the two had to postpone due to the coronavirus pandemic.

They were again supposed to get married in the UK in another stunning ceremony back in 2021 but following more disruption from the pandemic, the date was pushed back to 2022.

Last year, for a third time, they were forced to postpone the wedding as Bradley was recovering from an injury.

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