“Our wedding was in 2018, we met in Berlin, so you might think that would be the obvious choice. But my wife Nicole is American and since I’m British it was too complicated to get married in Germany like office buildings from the 70s, not very romantic, so we decided to go to Copenhagen instead. It turned out that Copenhagen is like the Las Vegas of Europe, the paperwork is super easy and the wedding ceremonies are pretty short. The town hall where we got married was beautiful, there were paintings everywhere – short ceremony but breathtaking. It was also like Las Vegas since we divorced a month later [laughs]. ”

“We kept the guest list short – we probably offended everyone [laughs]So it was just Nicole’s parents, my brother and my aunt and uncle. We just wanted it to be us, no stress, no wonder how everyone else likes it. We both wore black dresses, the concept of white dresses only came over black because of Queen Victoria’s morbidity. So I thought it was appropriate. ”

After that we had a good meal, we didn’t play electronic music or party songs – it was Fleetwood Mac, Bowie, the Rolling Stones. For me and Nicole this is our romantic music. There was no “after party” per se, but 3 days later I was playing at Awakenings in the Netherlands and my in-laws actually got into it. Nicole’s dad loved it so much that shortly thereafter and all the way from the US to ADE the following year. He’s 75 years old now and obsessed with techno – the day had a real impact on him. He will send a message saying, “Can you get me tickets to this festival, can I visit Charlotte? [de Witte]”And then at ADE he had a selfie with her, he’s so proud, bless him.”

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