Gareth Bale moves his wedding to private island amid security fears and hires armed guards
GARETH Bale has moved his wedding to a private island and hired armed guards amid security fears.
The footie ace, 29, will marry Emma Rhys-Jones this summer on Tagomago in the Med, where he proposed.
Gareth Bale and Emma Rhys-Jones have moved their wedding to a private island in the Mediterranean following security concerns[/caption]
Wales winger Bale was due to marry at Vincigliata Castle in Tuscany last year.
But the £600,000-a-week Real Madrid ace was advised to book a highly-secure venue after being threatened over a missing suitcase containing £750,000 of drugs money.
A source close to the pair said he had recruited ex-SAS soldiers to secure the exclusive 148-acre island, which costs £500 an hour to rent. They said: “Uninvited guests have no chance of getting ashore.”
Just 150 people including sports stars will arrive by launch from nearby Ibiza.
Gareth Bale proposed to his wife-to-be on the island[/caption]
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Relatives of Emma, 28, were engulfed in a feud over missing cash in 2016. Cars belonging to her family were torched.
The couple, who have three kids, are planning a second wedding day in Cardiff later for those who cannot make it.
The Real Madrid striker has three kids with Emma Rhys-Jones and are planning a second wedding day in Cardiff for those who couldn’t make it[/caption]
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