Nana Mouskouri has finally decided to wear a wedding dress!
The worldwide famous singer revealed she wants to get married before God with her French husband, André Chapelle, whom she married in 2003 in Geneva with a civil marriage.
Mouskouri married Yorgos Petsilas in 1961, the leader of popular Greek trio “The Athenians,” who became her backing band for many years. Mouskouri and Petsilas had two children – a son, Nicolas, born February 13, 1968 and a daughter, Hélène, nicknamed Lénou, born July 6, 1970.
André Chapelle is a music producer, and has been her patient companion since shortly after her divorce from George Petsilas in 1975. Marriage has given the couple a surprise kick.
“My biggest dream is a church marriage. André and I wish to get married in a romantic church in my homeland,” revealed the famous singer in Frau magazine, adding that she and her companion have been looking forward to God’s blessing for forty years.
The precise date of marriage has not been announced. It’s been reported that the happy couple are planning a dreamy wedding near Mouskouri’s house in Vouliagmeni and a great “glenti” will surely follow the ceremony.
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