Vick Hope stuns in canary yellow as she and husband Calvin Harris attend BBC Radio 1 DJ Arielle Free's wedding to George Pritchard in Ibiza SuperNayr

Vick Hope and Calvin Harris looked happier than ever at a friend’s nuptials on The White Isle, on Thursday.

The presenter stunned in canary yellow as she and her husband attended BBC Radio 1 DJ Arielle Free’s wedding to George Pritchard in Ibiza, Spain.

Vick looked sensational in her statement gown, which boasted a subtle cowl neck and sexy thigh-high split, while Calvin rocked a navy suit with a light grey T-shirt and white trainers. 

The famous couple weren’t the only notable faces at the exchanging of vows, with DJ Fat Tony lending his skills on the decks for the afterparty.

Former TOWIE star Jake Hall was also at the wedding, which was held at Cala Gracioneta restaurant overlooking the hidden bay of the same name in San Antonio.

Vick Hope and Calvin Harris looked happier than ever at BBC Radio 1 DJ Arielle Free's wedding to George Pritchard in Ibiza, Spain on Thursday

Vick Hope and Calvin Harris looked happier than ever at BBC Radio 1 DJ Arielle Free’s wedding to George Pritchard in Ibiza, Spain on Thursday

Arielle previously co-hosted the official Love Island podcast. She joined BBC Radio 1 in 2019. Her husband George is the director of events and talent at Defected Records and Glitterbox

Arielle previously co-hosted the official Love Island podcast. She joined BBC Radio 1 in 2019. Her husband George is the director of events and talent at Defected Records and Glitterbox

Vick looked sensational in her canary yellow gown while Calvin rocked a navy suit with a light grey T-shirt (Pictured with Dom Barklem, Ami Bennett and DJ Fat Tony)

Vick looked sensational in her canary yellow gown while Calvin rocked a navy suit with a light grey T-shirt (Pictured with Dom Barklem, Ami Bennett and DJ Fat Tony)

Superstar DJ Calvin and radio host Vick tied the knot in a lavish Glastonbury-themed wedding in September last year.

After their wedding, the couple jetted off to Brindisi in Italy on a £25million private jet for their romantic honeymoon.

Calvin and Vick were joined by their family and friends in an outdoor ceremony at Hulne Priory in Alnwick, Northumberland, before partying into the early hours.

The pair have been dating since January 2022, according to reports, and went public with their relationship at the Chelsea Flower Show in May that year.

Calvin then proposed to Vick with a huge diamond ring underneath a tree at his 138 acre Ibiza farm, Terra Masia, the same month.

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.’

She also revealed their love story actually goes all the way back to the early noughties when they first met when she was 19.

Vick said Calvin first made a move on her when he was enjoying his first flush of success with his hit Acceptable In The 80s back in 2007 – but she turned him down at the time.

The famous couple weren't the only notable faces at the exchanging of vows, with DJ Fat Tony lending his skills on the decks for the afterparty

The famous couple weren’t the only notable faces at the exchanging of vows, with DJ Fat Tony lending his skills on the decks for the afterparty

Former TOWIE star Jake Hall was also at the wedding, which was held at Cala Gracioneta restaurant overlooking the hidden bay of the same name in San Antonio

Former TOWIE star Jake Hall was also at the wedding, which was held at Cala Gracioneta restaurant overlooking the hidden bay of the same name in San Antonio

She told You Magazine of the twist of fate, saying: ‘It’s something that we laughed about on our first proper date. We still laugh about it now’.

Calvin went on to become one of the highest paid disk jockeys/producers, racking up an estimated £200-plus million fortune, with Vick previously admitting she was ‘shallow’ and had no idea he would turn into ‘an Adonis’.

The happy couple split their time between Calvin’s Ibiza farm and their London pad, and while Vick often follows her husband around the world for his DJ work, she admits she loves their ‘peaceful’ London life.

Who is Arielle Free? 

Scottish DJ Arielle, 36, famously co-hosted the official Love Island podcast Love Island: The Morning After since 2018.

She joined BBC Radio 1 in 2019 to host the early weekend breakfast slot and tours the world as a celebrated Electronic house DJ.

She now hosts Monday to Thursday earlies and is the voice of Radio 1’s Dance live stream and can be heard on the stage 35 hours a week.

In January 2022, she released the single Soul Full that she produced with Bristol music duo Mortimer. The song features vocals by Joe Killington

DJ Arielle co-hosted the official Love Island podcast Love Island: The Morning After from 2018 until 2023. She joined BBC Radio 1 in 2019.

Her new husband George is the director of events and talent at Defected Records and Glitterbox Ibiza.

Back in February, Arielle quit her early morning show on BBC Radio 1 and moving forwards will be on air only once a week.

The host, who previously presented Early Breakfast 5am until 7am Monday to Thursday, will remain at Radio 1 to host a new Dance Show on Thursdays from 8pm at the end of April.

Arielle was suspended from her early breakfast show for a week in July after fellow radio host Charlie Hedges was forced to tell her to put down the mic, ‘have some respect’ and get out of her DJ booth.

All had seemed well at first when Arielle came on the show and said to Charlie: ‘Hi, yeah I sound great don’t I? as Charlie laughed, because Arielle was losing her voice.

‘You’ve sounded better,’ Charlie responded. ‘But it’s OK.’

Seeming out of sorts, Arielle insisted: ‘Well this is what happened. You play on Friday and you play on Saturday and then your voice just goes.’

She then suddenly added: ‘Can I be honest with you Charlie?… I expected better of you… ‘ with Charlie interjecting: ‘What? To sound better, like you?’

Arielle said back: ‘I don’t like this song,’ referring to Charlie’s song choice of HorsegiirL’s My Barn, My Rules.

Charlie replied: ‘Oh really?’ to which Arielle responded: ‘I hate it!…[Interrupting further]. I’m sorrrryy.’

In that moment, an outraged Charlie said: ‘Sorry I’m taking your mic down, it’s my show Arielle, have some respect please. See you later. Get out of here,’ ordering her out of the DJ booth.

A spokesman for Radio 1 told MailOnline: ‘Whilst we would not comment on individual matters, we have strict codes of behaviour for staff and presenters, and any breaches are taken extremely seriously.’

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