Geraldine Guyot is a French entrepreneur and new wife of Tiffany & Co executive Alexandre Arnault. The couple’s second marriage ceremony took place at the weekend in front of an array of celebrity guests.
We find out Guyot’s age and meet the celebrity spouse on Instagram as we explore her upbringing, career path and relationship with the son of one of the richest men on the planet.
Geraldine Guyot’s age and career explored
Geraldine Guyot is an entrepreneurial businesswoman who founded French high-end accessories brand D’Estrëe.
She launched her brand, which produces hats, bags and jewellery, in 2015.
Born on 18 December 1992 in Paris, Guyot is 28 years of age.
Having studied at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design in London, Guyot was raised in the UK but returned to Paris in 2015 and now lives with husband Alexandre Arnault.
Over on Instagram @gguyot has more than 24,000 followers to accompany her current total of 721 posts, which document her brand, travels and personal life.
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In her bio Guyot describes herself as founder of @destree, which has an online following of more than 54,000 users.
Meet Alexandre Arnault’s wife
Aged 29, Alexandre Arnault is the second-eldest son of businessman Bernard Arnault and served as chief executive of high-end luggage manufacturer Rimowa. He is now executive vice-president of LVMH brand Tiffany & Co.
On 22 December 2020, @alexandrearnault announced his engagement to Geraldine Guyot via an Instagram post. The couple had been dating for more than a year.
The couple officially tied the knot in July 2021 during a ceremony in Paris in which they vowed to live together forever.
Explore their second wedding
The Arnaults held a second wedding ceremony in Venice on Saturday (16 October 2021), with incredibly prominent guests such as Beyonce and Jay Z in the audience.
In the first wedding ceremony, Guyot wore a dress designed by Jonathan Anderson, creative director of fashion house Loewe.
The vintage-inspired gown featured a high-collar neckline, long sleeves with puffed-shoulders and floral embroidery complimented by tied material at the back.
Although images of the second ceremony have yet to be shared on social media, press photographs show Guyot again wearing a long-sleeved gown with patterned embroidery.
This time, however, the dress featured a high V-neckline, fitted sleeves and a long veil with lace detailing.
Clutching a bouquet of cream flowers, the bride was pictured heading to the venue surrounded by family and friends.
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