“Happiest day, followed by happiest life”: David Tennant’s wife, Georgia, shares an unprecedented snapshot from their wedding day as the couple celebrate ten years of marriage
They got married in 2011 and now have five children.
And the 37-year-old wife of David Tennant, Georgia, celebrated on Thursday the tenth anniversary of her wedding, in an unprecedented way shared a rare acquaintance with their wedding.
The actress posted on Instagram a cute photo of the newlyweds and their son Ty Tennant, now 19, standing at the altar after exchanging vows.
‘Happiest day, followed by happiest life’: David Tennant’s wife, Georgia, shared an invisible photo on their wedding day as the couple celebrated their tenth anniversary
In the picture, the actress was in a wedding dress with a veil, next to David in a black suit.
Next to the charming photo, Georgia wrote: “The happiest day, followed by the happiest life. Thanks DT.
She added the hashtag “tenwithten” – a bold reference to David’s role as the tenth incarnation of the titular Time Lord in Doctor Who.
Anniversary: She made on Instagram when she shared a cute photo of the newlyweds and their son Ty Tennant at the altar (pictured in 2020).
Sweetheart: Next to the adorable photo, Georgia wrote: “The happiest day, followed by the happiest life. Thanks DT ‘
The couple met in 2008 when Georgia starred in the hit BBC series Doctor Who, in which she took on the role of David’s genetically modified daughter Jenny, and they married three years later.
David adopted a 19-year-old son Georgia Ty from a previous relationship, and they had three daughters: Olive, 10, Doris, six, and Birdie, 21 months, and a son, Wilfred, eight.
This is because David recently starred as the traveler Phileas Fogg in the new BBC adaptation of Around the World in 80 Days.
History: The couple met in 2008 when Georgia starred in the hit BBC series Doctor Who, where she took on the role of the genetically modified daughter of the character David.
The eight-part adaptation launched on Boxing Day, but a series of socially conscious changes to the legendary story left viewers choking on turkey sandwiches.
Two notable deviations from Verne’s original 1872 text: Passepartout, Fogg’s loyal valet, is played by a black actor – French star Ibrahim Coma – while Detective Fix is also given a modern makeover.
A traditionally suspicious Scotland Yard inspector, the male character transforms into aspiring female journalist and full-time feminist Abigail Fix Fortescue, played by French actress Leonie Benes.
But fans of the novel did not like the fresh look, and many were quick to express their displeasure with color blindness on social media.
Unhappy: David recently starred in a new adaptation of Jules Verne’s classic Around the World in 80 Days, which angry BBC license payers dismissed as “awake.”