The heavens may have opened, but nothing was going to stop Mr & Mrs Drysdale. Rowing champion Mahé Drysdale’s grin couldn’t have been any wider, as he watched his beautiful bride, Juliette Haigh, make her way down the aisle towards him. On a wet, windy and wild Waikato day, in the woolshed of their Cambridge farm, the Olympic heroes have finally married, after seven years together, in an intimate, rustic and ultimately perfect ceremony. With a face like a little boy whose Christmases had all come at once, the gold metalist looked as though he couldn’t believe his luck that he woman in white walking towards him was to be his wife.
The bride’s wore a Jane Yeh lace appliquéd, ivory silk and tulle gown.