Siddharth Mallya to get married at this picturesque location: Know more

Siddharth Mallya with his girlfriend Jasmine. Photo: Instagram/@sidmallya

Fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya's son and model Siddharth Mallya is all set to marry his longtime girlfriend Jasmine in an intimate ceremony. Siddharth recently shared a photo with Jasmine on his social media page, captioning it, 'Wedding week has commenced.' It looks like the couple has a floral-themed wedding as they pose alongside a beautiful frame decked up with elegant flowers. Many netizens couldn't help commenting that the wedding is giving out some serious 'Bridgerton' vibes. Siddharth, who studied in London, has been living there ever since his family left India in 2016 amid their legal and financial troubles.
The intimate wedding is to be held in London, which has many iconic, historic and royal venues that have posed as venues for the wedding festivities of many Indian celebs like Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, Asin Thottumkal and Rahul Sharma, Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja, and more. Here are a few of the most popular wedding destinations in London, which often host those like the Mallyas:

Kensington Palace
The regal palace, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, was a royal residence in the 17th century. Interestingly, Queen Victoria was born here. The Orangery in its premises are a popular location for receptions and ceremonies. It has classic English architecture and landscaped lawns and pathways, that couples love. 
Hampton Court Palace
Yet another palace blessed with historic grandeur, it also boasts of some stunning gardens, fountains and halls that offer versatile wedding venues. It also gives access to historic rooms and classy caterers. It is located in the suburb of East Molesey in Surrey.

The Shard
Built in 2012, The Shard of Glass is London's tallest building and offers a modern setting for a London wedding. Not only is it an iconic landmark, it also has a luxurious setting and is located in the heart of the city, near the London Bridge Station. Couples also love to pose against the panoramic view offered by The Shard. 
Kew Gardens
This southwest London royal botanic garden, otherwise known as the Kew has many smaller gardens of different varieties, like a Japanese garden, the Palm House which has many tropical plants, the Temperate House which has many endangered species and more. What's not for couples to love?
The Dorchester
This luxurious hotel in Mayfair, built in 1931, has a rich history of hosting the big names of the world. Its grand ballrooms, chandeliers, furnishings and ambience appeal to many celebrity couples and wealthy folk often to be chosen as the venue for their special days. Its personalised wedding planning service is also quite renowned. 

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