Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger’s daughter Ally finally wed with her long-time beau in Mustique, an island in Saint Vincent and Grenadines.
The 32-year-old tied the knot with her spouse Steve Hash, with whom she shares a two-year-old girl, Harley.
Naturally, her father helped design her one of a kind wedding gown that she wore as she walked down the aisle.
Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, who had surgery on a lung lesion just last month, played guitar for the happy couple’s wedding procession.
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Ally revealed in September of 2016 that she was working on her bridal wear with her dad. ‘I’m a bit of a bohemian, gypsy kind of chick,’ she explained.
‘He has a really great eye and [knows] what looks good on a woman – and I have a clear vision of what I want, so I think that combining those will make for a beautiful dress.’
Their daughter Harley was the flower girl. Her man, Steve wore a full white linen suit in an effort to match his wife’s gorgeous wedding gown.
‘Nothing like marrying your best friend and soul mate… I am so excited!!!!!!!’ she captioned her Instagram post stood next to Steve in a wedding pagoda.
Father fashion designer showed up to the wedding too, wearing an equally bright suit.
Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones was there too, as he played the guitar during the ceremony.
For the reception, she changed into a backless number with a leather belt around the waist.
Ally, who starred in the MTV reality show Rich Kids, has had a long and well-documented battle with Lyme disease since being bitten by a tick when she was seven.
She was finally diagnosed after 11 years of ill health and psychological issues, and was even admitted to a psychiatric hospital.
All the guests dressed in black and white for the Mustique nuptials.
Guests dined between the pool and the ocean among picturesque palm trees.
The table where all the guests sat was lit by tikki torches.
The two got engaged last July, and she posted this image on her Instagram prior to the wedding
She definitely inherited her father’s smile.
‘I was convinced that bugs were crawling in my body. I could feel them eating at my organs, my stomach and especially my brain,’ she wrote in her book, Bite Me: How Lyme Disease Stole My Childhood, Made Me Crazy, and Almost Killed Me.
‘I wasn’t me anymore. I was a weakly projected image of myself on a wall, crying out for someone to help me and figure out what was wrong’.
Lyme disease is ‘a multisystemic illness that can affect the central nervous system causing neurologic and psychiatric symptoms’, according to the National Institute of Health.