Sergio Ramos will have Aerosmith and AC/DC performing at wedding to Pilar Rubio

Real Madrid defender will tie the knot with his model girlfriend on June 15 in Sevilla in a star-studded wedding


Posted Thursday, March 14, 2019 by Thesun.co.uk

SERGIO RAMOS will pull out all the stops for his wedding with Pilar Rubio by entertaining his lucky guests with live performances from AC/DC or Aerosmith.

The Real Madrid defender will tie the knot with his model girlfriend on June 15 in Sevilla in a star-studded wedding.

Sergio Ramos will have Aerosmith and AC/DC performing at wedding to Pilar Rubio
Stunning Pilar Rubio and Sergio Ramos with get married in June

Ramos and Rubio will get married inside the cathedral in the city before continuing the party at the Madrid captain's estate.

The Spanish defender was born in the province of Seville and still holds estate around the city.

When they announced the wedding, Rubio hinted that a world-famous singer may join them to perform after they become man and wife.

She said: "There's going to be something very big but I can't say what.

"I'm as excited about putting on my wedding dress as I am about what's going to happen afterwards."

But now it has been confirmed by Spanish publication AS that one of Aerosmith or legendary rock band AC/DC will perform.

The couple had reportedly been in negotiations for months to hire one of the bands and it is likely to come down to the decision of the guests.

Ramos revealed they would ask their guests to leave phones and cameras at the door of the location, so the celebs attending the after-party could enjoy themselves without fear of being filmed or photographed.

Speaking of the wedding, the 32-year-old says: "We've decided to get married in Seville because we've been in Madrid for so long now, it means there'll be less people.

"It's going to be a special wedding because we're special.

"It's a very special moment for us after being together for so long and forming such a fantastic family with three little ones who fill our lives with passion.
"We felt it was the ideal moment and we wanted our children to enjoy it because when they were younger it's not something they would understand so much."



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