Isabelle Daza weds French fiancé in Italy


MANILA, Philippines — Seven months after getting engaged, model and actress Isabelle “Belle” Daza got hitched with fiancé Adrien Semblat in Italy on Saturday (Manila time).

Belle, the 28-year-old daughter of 1969 Miss Universe Gloria Diaz, tied the knot with her longtime French businessman boyfriend at St. Francis Parish in Lucignano, Tuscany, Italy. She wore her dream gown made by Vera Wang as she walked the aisle.

The Semblats’ wedding was attended by their family and close friends including Belle’s fellow It Girls, Georgina Wilson, Anne Curtis, Solenn Heusaff, Liz Uy, Bea Soriano and Martine Cajucom, as well as other celebrities and personalities such as former Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., Tim Yap, Kim Atienza, Nicole Anderson, Erwan Heussaff and Rajo Laurel, among others.

Bella and Adrien got engaged last February but the two have been a couple for six years. Belle is an ABS-CBN talent who starred as lead antagonist in "Tubig at Langis" while Adrien is a country manager of a sports design company.

Prior to their wedding, Belle and Adrien held a Tuscan-themed welcome dinner at Tuscan hotel, Castello di Gargonza. Belle also gathered her friends late August for her bachelorette party in Bali, Indonesia.

Check out some of the newlyweds' photos from their welcome dinner and wedding posted on social media: 


Tuscan colors style for our welcome dinner! #belleadrien2016

A photo posted by Adrien Semblat (@adriensemblat) on


Marrying this guy in a bit  #belleadrien2016

A photo posted by isabelledaza (@isabelledaza) on


My girls photo by @patdy11 #belleadrien2016

A photo posted by isabelledaza (@isabelledaza) on


A photo posted by Adrien Semblat (@adriensemblat) on


My dream gown!!@verawanggang #belleadrien2016

A photo posted by isabelledaza (@isabelledaza) on

WATCH: Isabelle and Adrien pre-wedding video is nothing but love

— Rosette Adel

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