Bar Refaeli married businessman Adi Ezra in front of 300 guests in Israel earlier today (24.09.15).
Bar Refaeli has got married.
The 30-year-old supermodel and businessman Adi Ezra tied the knot in a traditional Jewish ceremony in front of over 300 friends and family members at the Carmel Forest Spa Resort near Haifa, Israel earlier today (24.09.15).
Rabbi Yitzchak Dovid Grossman, a famous rabbi, married the couple in a ''stunning'' outdoor ceremony.
A source told E! News: ''The ceremony was so magical, filled with close friends and family and a few notable names and models.
''The locations was stunning. Bar couldn't be happier!''
Bar - who was previously married to Arik Weinstein for two years and had an on-off relationship with Leonardo Dicaprio - wore a Chloé bridal gown, and walked down the aisle as Israeli singer Shlomi Shabbat performed his song 'The Beginning of the World'.
The ceremony concluded with Ezra - who started dating Bar in 2012 - stepping on a glass to seal the union as Bruno Mars' 'Marry Me' played.
The guests then entered a giant tent, decorated with purple spotlights and icicle lights for the reception, which saw the bride change into another dress by the same designer.
Ahead of the wedding, there had been a dispute over air traffic control.
Aviation authorities had last week granted a request to close the airspace above the venue, but Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz ordered the decision to be reversed.
In the end, only authorised aircraft were allowed to fly but a hot air balloon, a helicopter and several drones were spotted up ahead.
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