Jessica Michibata Talks About Her Private Wedding with Formula 1 Racer, Jenson Button
Formula 1 racer, Jenson Button’s newlywed wife Jessica Michibata shares her private wedding to the HELLO! Magazine this week.
In the exclusive interview, Jessica Michibata stated that the couple married in Hawaii last December and the ceremony brought tears to the present guests who came to bless the beautiful couple.
Overflowing with happiness about her marriage, Jessica told the magazine that the day of their marriage was indeed very incredible. The ceremony was very private and the couple who have known each other from a long time wrote their own vows which narrated the stories of their personal moments. With the F1 star by her side, Jessica graced the aisle in a dress she herself designed which she describes as, ‘something very simple and modest.’
When Jenson Button mentioned his late father who died of a heart attack in their wedding ceremony, it was hard for Jessica to control her tears as Jenson’s father was very close to her also.
The couple met in a bar in Tokyo in 2008 and because of their work commitments briefly separated for six months. After that there was no turning back in the relationship. Jessica and Jenson were engaged, after a courtship period of six years and headed down the aisle just after the ten months of engagement.
Jessica, who is a fitness enthusiastic is currently training for the London Marathon. She also mentioned in the interview that she loves to exercise with her husband, but apparently she is no match with the F1 driver when it comes to running. “He’s way, way faster than I am,” said Jessica.
Since both Jessica and Jenson are constantly travelling these days, Jessica is of the opinion that this is not the right time to think of starting their own family. However, in her interview, Jessica clearly mentioned that she would love to be a mother someday.
We hope that the cupid will blossom Jenson and Jessica’s love every day.
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