Victoria’s Secret model Josephine Skriver marries Alexander DeLeon


Former Victoria’s Secret angel Josephine Skriver married her longtime boyfriend Alexander DeLeon in Mexico over the weekend.

The model and The Cab frontman tied the knot in an “intimate” ceremony in Cabo San Lucas on Sunday, a source tells E! News.

“All white all because it’s wedding weekend 🕊🤍 @bohnes can’t wait to finally be your wife,” the model wrote in an Instagram post on Saturday.

Skriver, 28, posed at the Cabo Azul Resort in a casual white outfit, including a crop top and jeans before a ‘welcome white party’.

Her husband, 32, who goes by the name Bohnes, planted a kiss on her cheek in one of the sweet snaps.

The couple got engaged in November 2018 when DeLeon got on his knees under the Northern Lights in Finland.

Josephine Skriver and Alexander DeLeon
The Victoria’s Secret angel first got engaged in 2018.
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“I SAID HELL-FREAKIN’-YES!!!! I’M ENGAGED 😱😍😆😱,” she wrote on Instagram at the time. “I have never been so sure of anything in my life. You are my greatest adventure. My fairy tale come true. My soul mate. My best friend.”

However, like many couples, their wedding plans have been put on hold amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We’re just happy that our family and friends are happy and healthy,” she told People in May 2020. “People all over the world are going through a lot worse than a wedding postponement. That would be selfish. on our part to complain.

Josephine Skriver and Alexander DeLeon
The couple married in Mexico, four years after getting engaged.
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She continued, “When you wait for a moment of your entire life and then have to postpone, it’s never easy.”

The model said she and DeLeon “debated it for weeks” but “the safety of our friends and family was most important.”

A Skriver representative did not immediately return our request for comment.

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