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Photos from the highly private Ange Kagame’s wedding

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The newlyweds Ange and Billy

Rwanda’s first daughter, Ange Kagame married the man of her dreams, Bertrand “Billy” Ndengeyingoma at a private ceremony on 6th July.

The couple’s church wedding over the weekend in Kabuga town comes after they exchanged vows earlier last month before a local government official in Kigali.

The wedding appears to have been highly private and only a few photos have since been shared:

Decor at the ceremony depicted royalty
Daddy's girl: President Kagame walks his Ange down the aisle
A euphoric Ange takes one for the 'gram
Just wedded: Ange and Billy feel every moment as guests applause
Ange and Billy flanked by the Kagames
Sibling love: Ange and Billy join their siblings for a pose

Late last year, the newlyweds had their traditional giveaway ceremony at President Kagame’s rural home:

Billy and Ange during their giveaway ceremony in December last year

Billy is a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) trained urban planner and architect and is currently a PhD candidate at the London School of Economics. Ange, on the other hand, holds a Master’s Degree in International and Public Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International Public Affairs.

(All photos courtesy)

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