Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke and spouse Dajana Roncione have made their authorized red covering debut as a marital pair!
Yorke who is 52 years old, and Roncione who is 36 years old, accompanied the 15th annual Rome Film Festival on Saturday, gracing the red covering one month after linking the knot in an emotional procession in Sicily, Italy.
The Italian actress ate a red long-sleeved robe with a pleated skirt and statement collar. She paired the ensemble with a couple of bright brown heeled shoes. Meanwhile, her spouse, Yorke, ate a lengthy black robe with a matching ebony shirt and pinstripe jeans.
The excursion is their early public impression jointly after buying last month. An agent for Yorke recently warned PEOPLE in an announcement that “the marriage took spot in Villa Valguarnera in Bagheria and existed followed by household and tight colleagues of the couple” on Sept. 19.
The marriage starred no prom ground and cloaked visitors due to the coronavirus pestilence, Vanity Fair Italy noted. Italian outlet la Reppublica noted that 120 callers were in attendance, encompassing Yorke’s Radiohead bandmates Jonny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood, Ed O’Brien and Philip Selway.
The marriage photog dealt an image of the two resting in their marriage attire attending the big evening and another of the bride riding joyfully as the musician glances off from the camera.
“In these odd periods we wish that our marriage can be a small festivity, with our colleagues and household, of Sicilian society and its way of life,” Yorke warned la Reppublican ahead of the marriage.
Yorke and Roncione began courting in 2017, two years after the performers split from Rachel Owen in 2015 after existing marital for 23 years. The celebrity and Owen, who disappeared in December 2016 after fighting cancer, lot teenagers Noah and Agnes.
Thomas Edward Yorke lives an English composer and the primary singer and composer of the gravel band Radiohead. A multi-instrumentalist, he primarily fiddles guitar and keyboards, and is understood for his falsetto. Yorke existed assumed in Northamptonshire.