Roger Federer, Beyonce, Jay-Z, and Pharrell Williams all attend Alexandre Arnault’s wedding
Roger Federer recently traveled from Dubai to Venice to attend Alexandre Arnault and Geraldine Guyot’s wedding. Alexander Arnault, the groom, is the son of Bernard Arnault, the world’s third-richest man.
Federer is a brand ambassador for the luxury brand Mot Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH), which is owned by the Arnault family. The 20-time Major champion is also close with the Arnault family and was recently seen at Paris Fashion Week with Alexandre’s stepbrother, Antonie.
The wedding took place on San Giorgio Island, which is part of Venice. The guest list was as impressive as the venue, with Beyonce, Jay-Z, Pharrell Williams, Omar Sy, and a slew of other fashion industry heavyweights in attendance. Federer and his wife, Mirka, were in attendance at the wedding. However, so far, only one photo of the couple has appeared on social media.
Roger and Mirka in Venice 😍 pic.twitter.com/ZMH5JhhV3a— Dinora♥RF (@norinchi_df) October 17, 2021
Mirka appeared to be wearing a floral print dress with a partial jacket, while the Swiss singer looked as elegant as ever in his suit and black shades. The photo has also fueled suspicion that Federer is no longer using crutches, as he was seen doing at the Laver Cup.
The wedding’s main attraction was singer Beyonce Knowles. With the paparazzi hounding the American for photos, she deserved to be in the spotlight.
Beyonce & Jay-Z spotted attending a wedding in Vanice, Italy. pic.twitter.com/AHCO9BtrEP— Beyoncé Numbers & News. (@beyoncenumbers) October 16, 2021
Roger Federer is still on the mend after undergoing his third knee surgery.
Roger Federer had his third knee surgery just a few weeks ago. In the first part of 2020, he had two procedures on his knee, which forced him to sit out for more than a year.
Federer returned to tennis in March of this year, playing a few matches before injuring his knee at Wimbledon. This required him to have surgery once more, and he was seen using crutches afterward.
Despite his most recent setback, the Swiss have remained adamant about his desire to return to the tour. Nonetheless, the 40-year-old has yet to return to training. Given that he was still on crutches earlier this month, it’s safe to assume he won’t be returning to training any time soon.
Tommy Haas, Federer’s close buddy, has stated that the Swiss may have to wait until March of next year to learn more about his future.