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LOOK: Glaiza de Castro and David Rainey get married with the 'Game of Thrones' castle in the background

By Camille Santiago Published Feb 17, 2022 6:50 pm

Game of Thrones fans, you have to see Glaiza de Castro's ethereal wedding in Ireland.

Over the week, the Filipina actress shared photos from her nuptial ceremony with Irish businessman David Rainey, which shows snaps of them kissing and holding hands against an oceanside backdrop. And if it looks familiar to you, well yes, it's the Dunluce Castle in Northern Ireland as seen in the hit HBO show.

De Castro, who wore a long-sleeved gown with sheer overlay and belt by Happy Andrada to the wedding, wrote: "After we got married, some people were asking when we are going to announce it and I honestly thought wether to share it or not since we are also preparing for a wedding in the Philippines."

Rainey also shared more snaps from the intimate wedding on his own Instagram account. He captioned it: "The most special day with the most special person @glaizaredux. And the most special family."

As it turns out, de Castro has been married to her Irish beau for four months already.

In an interview with Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho, the False Positive star revealed that they have been married since Oct. 21, 2021 and were "just waiting for the right time" to announce the news.

"We’re just waiting for the right time. David is a very private person. We just wanted to celebrate it for ourselves with our family," she said.

The couple also revealed that they received a "Celtic blessing," an Irish symbolic ritual where the hands of the newlyweds are tied together to mark their union, and are still plan on having a church wedding in the Philippines.

"Naisip ko na kung i-she-share man namin ‘to, gusto rin namin i share yung naging kwento at proseso namin. Maraming salamat @km_jessica_soho for perfectly telling our story and @sparklegmaartistcenter for being part of this process."

"It wasn’t easy for us, much like every relationship. We all have our own pattern and design. Marriage isn’t our end goal, it’s just a part of what’s to come. As what @karenthecelebrant had stated: 'Love is a temporary madness, it erupts like volcanoes and then subsides. And when it subsides you have to make a decision. You have to work out whether your root was so entwined together that it is inconceivable that you should ever part. Because this is what love is.'"

Congratulations and best wishes to the couple!