Holly Williams gets hitched to drummer Chris Coleman
Reality-show star Khloe Kardashian wasn’t the only celeb to tie the knot on Sunday, but it’s likely her wedding gown was still intact at the close of her nuptials, which his more than country singer Holly Williams can say these days.
The granddaughter of country-music icon Hank Williams Sr., 28, wed drummer Chris Coleman, 29, in Music City in a ceremony that, thanks to two weeks of near-nonstop rain in the area, had no shortage of mud.
Following the outdoor nuptials, Holly told PEOPLE magazine, “I’m looking at my Vera Wang exclusive gown on the hotel room floor and it is covered with mud and ripped to shreds.”
As for passing her designer gown on to the future generations, “The grandkids will think I was a wild one,” she says, laughing.
Nevertheless, bride Holly and groom Chris accomplished what they set out to do Sunday at Cedarwood, an 1830s farm estate in Nashville, where a nervous Hank Jr. walked his daughter down the aisle, as 10 bridesmaids, also clad in Vera Wang gowns of black, looked on.
On the music front, Holly’s latest single is “Mama,” a loving “thank you” to her own mom, that’s contained on the singer-songwriter’s still-new Here With Me album. After being proposed to in July, however, Holly’s had to make room for wedding planning, in between promoting her new CD and performing, including at the recent Americana Music Festival in Nashville. In the process, though, her tweets took a back seat, but fans likely understand.
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