Hazel Keech And Yuvraj Singh Ki Shaadi. See Pics From Wedding

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Actress-model Hazel Keech and Yuvraj Singh got married at a gurudwara in Chandigarh on November 30 and pictures from the festivities have been posted on social media. Here are photos of the bride and groom in their wedding attire and the two of them at the gurudwara. Yuvraj and Hazel were colour-coordinated in deep red, courtesy J J Valaya couture.  Hazel looked regal and distinctly different from a traditional bride in her scarlet lehenga with antique-style embroidery. Yuvraj complemented her in a sherwani with elegant motifs, paired with matching pagdi and jooti. Yuvraj and Hazel's Sikh wedding took place at Dera of Baba Ram Singh Ganduan Wale in Duffera, Fatehgarh Sahib. Yuvraj and Hazel's pre-wedding ceremonies included a sangeet and mehendi in typical Punjabi-style and were held on Tuesday. Security was tightened around the gurudwara for the wedding, which was only attended by close friends and family.


Here are Yuvraj and Hazel at the gurudwara:


Here's the elegant jodi, right out of 'Yuvraj Hazel Premiere League:'


Meanwhile, Yuvraj Singh slayed it on Instagram with live updates.



On the eve of the wedding, bride-to-be Hazel, 29, was resplendent in a layered ensemble with gold zari work also from the shelves of J J Valaya. Yuvraj, 34, complemented her in a midnight-blue bandhgala and white pants.


Team India, who won their third test match against England in Mohali yesterday, joined Yuvraj and Hazel in the festivities. Virat headlined the squad.


Team India, who won their third test match against England in Mohali yesterday, joined Yuvraj and Hazel in the festivities. Virat headlined  Earlier in the day, Hazel looked like a ray of sunshine in a yellow, embellished suit and mehendi on her hands. Yuvraj kept it simple in minimalistic traditional attire. Yuvraj shared a selfie and asked for blessings for his new journey with Hazel and wrote on Instagram: "Starting a new innings today. Thank you for your love please bless the couple."squad.

The wedding ceremony will be followed by another Hindu wedding in Goa on December 2. A post-wedding sangeet and reception will be held on December 5 and December 7 respectively in New Delhi.

In conversation with wedding planners ShaadiSaga, Hazel said: "Chandigarh has been kept very Punjabi; Goa has been kept a little more western with that hint of Mauritius and Delhi is kept as desi as it can be. People have Alice in Wonderland themes but we definitely don't."



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