Karine Ferri and Yoann Gourcuff are not the only ones to have celebrated their nuptials cotton in the beginning of the month of June. Just like the presenter and the footballer, François-Xavier Demaison was married there just a year ago. The actor and comedian’s 46-year-old, who was married to the beautiful Anaïs on June 7, 2019, has not failed to mark the occasion for their first wedding anniversary.
Sunday, June 7, 2020, the day of Mother’s day, François-Xavier Demaison has taken over his page Instagram to celebrate this first anniversary special. In addition to having published a photo of their wedding showing it all smile in the face of his wife, back in her strapless gown, hair styled into a beautiful braid and holding a bouquet of white roses, the comedian has added a few words of love in the caption : “Happy Birthday my Love”. All accompanied by a heart. The groom recalled that the ceremony was held at the castle of Valmy, a sumptuous area just South of Argelès-sur-Mer (Pyrenees-Orientales), backed by the massif des Albères and looking towards the Mediterranean.
On 7 June 2019, François-Xavier Demaison and Anais Tihay had sealed their love in front of many guests. Among them, multiple personalities, Franck Dubosc, Laury Thilleman, Juan Arbelaez, Antoine de Caunes, Elsa Zylberstein, but also several members of the cast of Dancing with the stars, which were disguised as Disney characters. This, the dancer Denitsa Ikonomova, which was then accompanied by Rayane Bensetti, has not forgotten this date of 7 June. She has published a message on Instagram saying : “Good marriage of cotton the lovers, and happy birthday to this little rare gem @anais.demaison I love you #teamdisneyforever.”
Last February, during her stint in the show I love you etc, of Daphne Bürki on France 2, François-Xavier Demaison had remembered his encounter with Anaïs. Their love story began in April 2016. “It was a feeling of well-being, a big complicity. It took a bit of time before moving on to the act, I would say. But once that is done, it is impossible to pass. The other becomes obvious. It is a happiness,” he tenderly said as he promoted his theatre play By the end of the nose.