Congratulations are in order for Glaiza De Castro, who's now officially a married woman! In an exclusive interview with Jessica Soho, the actress revealed that it's been four months since she tied the knot with Irish husband David Rainey.

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The ceremony took place in a stunning seaside setting in Northern Ireland, just steps away from a castle that was once a shooting location for the hit series Game of Thrones. Glaiza looked ethereal in her long-sleeved dress with sheer overlay, while her beau kept it sleek in a classic tuxedo.

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The intimate affair was attended by only their closest loved ones. Glaiza and David also received a “Celtic blessing” as part of the ceremony, a symbolic ritual where the newlyweds’ hands are tied together to mark their union.

If the news comes as a surprise, you’re not alone. The couple is notably low-key when it comes to their relationship since they started dating in 2018. “We [were] just waiting for the right time,” the actress explains her delayed announcement. “David was a very private person. We just wanted to celebrate it for ourselves and with the family.”

Glaiza also shared that they have yet to exchange rings—a tradition that they’re saving for a church wedding in the Philippines.

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Female Network editors.

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