Katherine Jenkins and her husband Andrew Levitas returned to their wedding venue on Tuesday night, and couldn't resist grabbing the opportunity to recreate a stunning moment from their big day. The opera singer and the American film director were pictured walking up the steps of Hampton Court Palace, hand-in-hand, as they attended Prince Harry's Sentebale concert.
They looked nearly identical to a pose they struck five years ago at their wedding reception, when Katherine stunned in a dress by Suzanne Neville. The opera singer shared the collage on Instagram and wrote, "Re-Living the Dream..." while Andrew also posted a similar throwback and captioned it: "5 years later and still got it! #stairmaster."
Katherine and Andrew married in September 2014
"That's a beautiful wedding photo," one fan told Katherine of the previously unseen picture. "Thank you for sharing a cherished memory," wrote another, while a third posted: "Your wedding dress was stunning and I love both photos!"
Katherine and Andrew, who have a son and a daughter, married at Hampton Court Palace in September 2014. The bride looked breathtaking in a Suzanne Neville gown, which was made using the ﬁnest French corded lace and hand beaded with Swarovski crystals and pearls. The dress featured a ﬁne pleated chiffon bodice and over 15 metres of silk organza to create the full skirt and train. Katherine topped off her bridal look with a flowing veil.
The couple were attending Prince Harry's Sentebale concert
On Tuesday night, the couple were showing their support for Prince Harry, who had put on a fundraising concert to raise awareness and funds for his charity Sentebale. The Duke co-founded the charity with Lesotho's Prince Seeiso to help children and young people living with HIV and Aids in Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi – countries where the virus remains a leading cause of death.
Harry spoke at the start of the concert and joked with the crowds, saying: "I am not going take up too much of your time, I realise you're all here to see Rita Ora not me." After a group cheered loudly he quipped: "Especially you at the front." The new dad thanked the crowds for raising funds for Sentebale by buying tickets to the concert, adding: "We've managed to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds from this evening and every single one of you has played a part in that, so you have the ability to have an enormous amount of fun while knowing that you've changed a lot of lives in Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi at the same time."
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