Cindy Fabre, Miss France 2005, got married

Cindy Fabre, Miss France 2005, got married
Cindy Fabre, Miss France 2005, got married

Fianned since December 25, Cindy Fabre married the former photographer and director of an events company Sylvain Camos, this Saturday, July 6. And it was in Dijon, where the groom is well known for his professional activities, that the official ceremonies took place.

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At the town hall, the former Palace of the Dukes and States of Burgundy, and at the church, as evidenced by the numerous photos and video clips posted on Instagram by herself and her friend and colleague Miss France 1992 turned actress, Linda Hardy.

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A bunch of Miss

The wedding took place in great style. In addition to the Petits chanteurs à la Croix de Bois who magnificently accompanied the ceremony at the Notre-Dame church, the audience was very select. Many Miss France had indeed travelled to Burgundy to attend this magical moment for their friend.

“The Misses… A family,” tweeted Cindy Fabre on the eve of her wedding. A joyful evening that the mother of Elio (11 years old) spent with her friends.

Under the soap bubbles and confetti, the newlyweds posed on the church porch, together and with their families, then with a panel of Misses that Cindy Fabre had invited, such as Élodie Gossuin, Flora Coquerel, Amandine Petit, Clémence Botino and Valérie Pascale.

Among the guests, the press spotted Alexia Laroche-Joubert, former president of the Miss France society, and Frédéric Gilbert, her successor. Swimmer Camille Lacourt and his partner, Alice Detollenaere, a former Miss Burgundy, were also there.

In black and white

For the ceremonies, the bride wore two white lace outfits from the brand Atelier Emelia Paris (the brand of the Joubert sisters, a true cult address for French brides) and the dress code for the guests was black and white. The groom, aged 52, wore a tuxedo and bow tie.

The bouquet consisted of white arums. Gala reports that the bride then changed for the party, which was held at a castle in the area.

“Love is a word, until someone comes along and gives it its full meaning. That’s what we experienced this weekend,” Linda Hardy wrote on Instagram, continuing, “I think these images tell everything we experienced and the divine beauty of these moments. A happiness greater than the Universe to our beautiful Cindy Fabre and her husband Sylvain Camos.”

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