Bar Refaeli will reportedly marry Adi Eztra in Haira, Israel in September.
Bar Refaeli is getting married in September.
The 30-year-old model will reportedly tie the knot with businessman Adi Ezra - who she got engaged to in March after around a year of dating - in Haira, northern Israel, after the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah.
According E! News, the couple will marry in a famous hotel in an ''extremely rich'' area of the city, while Israeli singer Sholmi Shabbat will perform at the nuptials.
Bar - who was previously married to Arik Weinstein and dated Leonardo Dicaprio recently admitted 40-year-old Adi's proposal came as a complete surprise.
She said: ''Obviously I said 'yes'! It was very surprising but we were very happy...Everything fits and everything is just right.''
The pair were introduced by mutual friends just over a year ago and have been inseparable ever since.
And while she may be one of the world's most successful models, Bar and her fiancé don't want a typically showbiz wedding.
She explained: ''[We want a] very simple wedding: not a lot of people, not in a big place, maybe outdoors, barefoot ...''
And the stunning star previously admitted she wants a large family with Adi, who is the chairman of food distributor Neto ME Holdings.
She said: ''I think this will be a decade of family...I come from a family of four children. A lot of mums could read this and think, 'Yeah, try having one first'. Hopefully, I'll have a big family, but I'll take it one by one.''
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