Eddie Murphy’s Bora Bora Symbolic Wedding

edie-murphy-and-tracy-edmonds.jpgborabora_lemeridien_waterbungalow_01.jpgGood God, how I would hate to be famous! – The newspapers have reported Comedian Eddie Murphy and partner Tracey Edmonds have ‘split’, two weeks after tying the knot in a symbolic ceremony in French Polynesia.They had a symbolic wedding guys! – That should explain that the two people in question are probably intelligent enough and perfectly aware that it was not going to be legally recognised and decided to have a symbolic commitment of their relationship in this idyllic location. Wouldn’t it be such a pain in the ass to have every aspect of your relationships and life dissected by the media and have to send out statements explaining your relationship?By the way this is what Murphy and Edmonds said!:“After much consideration and discussion, we have jointly decided that we will forego having a legal ceremony as it is not necessary to define our relationship further,” Murphy and Edmonds said in the statement.“While the recent symbolic union in Bora Bora was representative of our deep love, friendship and respect that we have for one another on a spiritual level, we have decided to remain friends.” If I had the money I would probably have symbolic weddings with ALL my friends (including my husband!) just for the excuse to have a party in such a gorgeous place – Blue lagoons, languid ocean breezes, swaying palms, soft white beaches, dazzling flowers, pinnacled mountain slopes, breathtaking sunsets. If you are looking for a gorgeous place to go on honeymoon Bora Bora is it.I often get calls from  couples who have heard of  Bora Bora’s magic but the first thing they ask  is where it actually is……well, Bora Bora is 150 miles north-west of Tahiti and lies anchored amid the very bluest of lagoons, with a necklace of tiny atolls, each fringed by a protective reef of coral. Timeless Huahine-Nui and Huahune-Iti, twin islands of legends, are a close neighbour of Bora Bora – while Manihi, Tikehau and Rangiroa, to the north east in the Tuamotu Atoll, are a bit  more remote and romantic desert island hideaways. The Robinson Crusoe lagoons are home to many pearl farms – and the idyllic setting for some of the South Pacific’s finest snorkelling and scuba-diving.The Wedding Planner (www.weddingplanner.ie) offers  Bora Bora as an idyllic honeymoon destination for those who seek that perfect paradise location and wecould arrange an Eddie Murphy style symbolic wedding ceremony too for any one who wants it (just don’t expect it to be legally recognised in your own country)!     

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