Calvin Harris and Vick Hope tied the knot in an idyllic ceremony earlier this month.
Calvin Harris and his wife Vick Hope looked to be getting in the swing of happy married life as they stepped out in London on Monday, during which they gave a flash of their stunning wedding rings.
The Scottish DJ Calvin Harris, 39, cut a casual figure in a loose-fitting black tee and chinos while the stunning TV presenter Vick Hope, 33, flashed her abs in a chic coord.
For the coffee run, Vick Hope showcased her incredible sense of style in a tropical print bralet with a matching high-waisted skirt while she kept out the pending autumn chill with a cosy cardigan layered over the top.
For the look, she beautified with a pair of black army boots and added in chunky jewellery to perfect her edgy look.
As well as her stacks of necklaces and hoop earrings, she was also giving a glimpse of her stylish wedding ring and engagement ring from, when Calvin proposed underneath a tree at his 138 acre Ibiza farm, Terra Masia.
While Vick said she is keeping the details of her engagement private, she said it was a ‘very special moment’ and that ‘it was… perfect.’
Insiders revealed: ‘Although it is a stunning ring and extremely expensive, the couple aren’t going for a flashy or expensive wedding.
‘The extravagance of the rock will eclipse how much they’re going to spend on the big day itself as they want to keep it low key and simple with just a core of close friends and family present.’
Vick and Calvin went on their honeymoon earlier this month, where they were spotted boarding a £25million private jet as they flew to Brindisi in Italy.
The chart topping DJ and the BBC Radio host married in a lavish Glastonbury-themed wedding on Saturday, September 9.
The couple are yet to officially release any pictures from their big day, however photos from the morning after the wedding show a glimpse inside the luxury and picturesque venue.
Food stands were set up for the after-party, with one for pizza, one for burgers and a Nigerian stall, as Vick is half Nigerian on her mother’s side.
Calvin and Vick partied with their celeb pals, including Big Brother presenter AJ Odudu and BBC radio DJs Vernon Kay and Scott Mills and Vick’s Radio 1 co-presenter Jordan North.
Laminated signs placed around the grounds guided guests on where to go, while one declared mobile phones were strictly prohibited to ensure the couple’s privacy.
Nile Rodgers and Chic, who had been flown in from the US, performed at the raucous reception, with their equipment still left out.
A taped-up sign showed their setlist for the event, beginning with Luther Vandross’s 1981 song Never Too Much.
The rest of the set included classic dance anthems, including hits from Madonna, Beyonce and Sister Sledge.
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