POLITICAL power couple DK Duncan and Beverley Anderson-Manley exchanged wedding vows yesterday in a ceremony that was far from traditional at historic Devon House in Kingston.
To the strains of Sometimes Love, sung by jazz diva Myrna Hague, the bride was escorted up the aisle by her son David Manley and met half-way by daughter Natasha and then her groom.
Anderson Manley styled in an ivory column gown exquisitely accessorised with a choker. Her bouquet comprised white calla lilies and orchids. Her elegant locks held to the side by cascading orchids.
Duncan styled by Sophia Max Brown and opted for a chocolate fitted shirt and caramel trousers.
The ceremony conducted by Silvera Castro saw the groom escorted to the aisle by his family to the strains of We Are Family.
The grandchildren serenaded the couple with Acts Of Love to the sound of drums.
At left, the groom kneels as he places the wedding ring onto the finger of his thrilled bride, while Castro gives instructions.
At right, the happy couple walk down the isle after the ceremony.