Singer Ciara and American football star Russell Wilson exchanged their wedding vows during a fairytale ceremony at Peckforton Castle last month, but exactly why did they settle on the stunning Tarporley venue over their native USA?
Well, the superstar couple originally intended to wed in North Carolina, but changed their minds because of the state's law which requires transgender people who are in government buildings to use the bathroom corresponding to the gender they were born.
Celebrity wedding planner Mindy Weiss, who organised their nuptials, spilled the beans in an interview with The Knot.
And she revealed that the wedding was relocated on more than one occasion.
“I did the whole thing — three times,” she explained. “They were first getting married in North Carolina, but they called it off due to the transgender bathroom laws.
“They were gonna go to Paris and it ended up being Fashion Week. And it was really difficult.”
Eventually, they decided to hop across the channel from their second choice to England.
Mindy said: “We ended up in London. They wanted to be away.
"And we found a castle that was an hour out of Liverpool and they had about 110 guests.”
Mindy confirmed the rumoured attendance of Destiny's Child's Kelly Rowlands and American TV personality La La Williams, and revealed that iconic band Earth, Wind and Fire delivered a surprise performance after dinner, which was 'really beautiful'.
Peckforton Castle's chapel was too small to comfortably host Ciara's stunning Roberto Cavalli dress, which boasted a 13-foot train.
Ciara and Russell weren't the only celebs to marry at the 19th century castle this summer, with Leicester City footballer Jamie Vardy tying the knot there in May.