Lorraine Pascale, 48, enjoyed another wedding ceremony with her husband Dennis O’Brien, which was held on top of The Gherkin skyscraper in London over the weekend.
The couple legally became husband and wife back in June with a small registration office service waiting five months to host a major party with their friends and family.
The TV chef took to social media to share photos from their big day, showing that she chose to wear a strapless white mini dress for the special occasion.
Congratulations! This weekend, Lorraine Pascale, 48, remarried her husband Dennis O’Brien in a lavish London ceremony held on top of The Gherkin skyscraper
To add an extra twist to her bridal look, Lorraine stuck to a fuchsia pink wedding bouquet that she coordinated with a pair of Amina Muaddi pink slingback heels.
Her husband wore a white double-breasted suit with a pair of black pants while their guests were all dressed in white.
The couple was joined by family members, friends, who enjoyed a huge, all-white wedding cake in five layers.
‘Loved celebrating our wedding properly. Our June registration office wedding numbers were greatly reduced due to restrictions. So we did it again with everyone, ‘Lorraine wrote with a black and white picture of her with her husband Dennis.
Wedding party! The TV chef took to social media to share photos from their big day and explained that their registry office in June had greatly reduced the number
Glam: Lorraine chose to wear a strapless white miniskirt with a pair of Amina Muaddi pink slingback heels for the special occasion
Gherkin’s Seacu Event Areas 39 and 40 are licensed for civil ceremonies for up to 140 guests.
However, Lorraine legally married the businessman at Chelsea Old Town Hall in London back in June.
Lorraine shared amazing photos from the special day, including one of her and Ella Balinski – who starred in the 2019 film reboot ‘Charlie’s Angels’ – who walked down the aisle, writing on Instagram:’ My powerhouse of a daughter gave me away ! ‘
In January, Lorraine revealed she had been engaged to her boyfriend of three years, Dennis, after he proposed during the UK’s second lockdown.
Sealed with a kiss: Her husband wore a white double-breasted suit
The TV chef announced her happy news during a performance on Loose Women and said she cried for ten minutes before accepting Dennis’ suggestion after he asked the question on his birthday.
Lorraine said: ‘Big news: I got engaged over lockdown. The lucky man is Dennis O’Brien, he’s amazing, we’ve been together for three years.
‘It was during the second lockdown and it was actually on his birthday it was just when the restaurants opened and they delayed their opening and he and I tested recipes and he proposed and I cried for ten minutes before I said yes. I cried and cried and cried. ‘
Wow! The couple was joined by family members, friends, who enjoyed a huge, all-white 5-layer wedding cake
Lorraine married musician Count Kazimierz Balinski-Jundzill at the age of 23, and they had a daughter, Ella. The couple separated in 2000 and were subsequently divorced.
And the chef talked about his daughter Ella, who has created a successful career in the acting industry after starring in Charlie’s Angels alongside Kristen Stewart.
She said: ‘You know what I have not seen Ella since March and I miss her so much.
‘She’s doing incredibly well, she has two projects on the way which will be announced soon. She is really happy, living the dream and enjoying the warm weather. ‘
Happy! Lorraine legally married businessman at Chelsea Old Town Hall in London back in June (pictured)
The TV personality first became famous in the modeling industry after being scouted by the agent who scouted Naomi Campbell.
Based in New York, Lorraine gained recognition as the first black British model to appear on the cover of American Elle.
Lorraine took a diploma cooking course at Leith’s School of Food and Wine in 2005 and found that cooking suited her ‘like a pair of old jeans’ and went on to establish herself as a specialist in cake making with a contract with Selfridges.
At Loose Women, the chef told about how she does a master’s degree in psychology and a doctorate.
She told the panel: ‘I have been through so much nonsense in my life that I would use it well. if you find real meaning in it, it can be healing.
‘Instead of being a TV chef and telling about his experiences, I would do something different.
‘When I modeled, I felt like it was fun and everything, but I could not be who I wanted to be, it was the same with cooking.
Congratulations! In January, Lorraine revealed that she was engaged to her boyfriend of three years Dennis, after he proposed during the UK’s second lockdown
‘At first it was fun, but then after a couple of episodes it was you who had to make this recipe, and this one … I thought you know what I just want to change completely, be completely me, do not be so reserved and be completely myself. ‘
Lorraine said the career shift would be to help others after experiencing ’emotionally violent relationships’.
She said: ‘I’ve been in a bad relationship, emotionally violent, I was dumped the day my mother died, I wanted to use it, I learned through a lot of therapy and training to help other people … we’re talking about black lives Matter and it’s great, but I hope it can come to the forefront of mental health. ‘
Motherhood: Lorraine married musician Count Kazimierz Balinski-Jundzill at the age of 23, and they had a daughter, Ella (pictured together in 2017), before divorcing in 2000.