Charlotte Flair, real name Ashley Elizabeth Fliehr, is a professional wrestler signed to WWE’s SmackDown brand. She holds the SmackDown Women’s Champion title for a record seventh time. She is the daughter of the professional wrestler, Ric Flair. She made her debut in the industry alongside her father in World Championship Wrestling in 1993 and is considered a second-generation wrestler.
In case you didn’t know, Charlotte Flair, the inaugural WWE Women’s Champion of the modern era, has been happily married to Andrade El Idolo, a former WWE star, and current AEW wrestler for several years. Fans are eager to learn the details of when these two tied the knot. This article delves into that very topic.
Charlotte Flair And Andrade El Idolo Got Married In May 2022: Details Inside
In January 2020, before the COVID-19 pandemic, the Queen and Andrade El Idolo announced their engagement. However, it took over two years for them to set a date for their wedding. In May 2022, they were married in a ceremony attended by approximately 160 people at Hacienda Mi Ranchito in Mexico.
Charlotte told People that before meeting her partner, she only had knowledge of her job and didn’t know how to balance work and personal life. However, her partner introduced her to new experiences such as travel, and different cultures, and taught her how to enjoy both life and work.
For the big night, Flair wore a lace-and-jewels dress by Galia Lahav that she describes as “vintage” and “romantic and flirty.” She says, “The little things are so lovely. It’s not even a starch white. It is cream and white. It has an old-world, vintage look to it.”
Flair, who is 36 years old, had eight bridesmaids who wore champagne-colored dresses designed by Revelry. They included her sister, sister-in-law, Andrade’s sister, and fellow WWE wrestler Nia Jax. Andrade’s eight uncles were groomsmen, and Flair’s father, wrestling legend Ric Flair, walked her down the aisle.
Know About Andrade El Idolo, Charlotte Flair Husband
Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza is a Mexican professional wrestler who goes by the ring name Andrade El Idolo and is currently signed to the American promotion All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He is also known as La Sombra, which is Spanish for “The Shadow,” for his work with Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre in Mexico and New Japan Pro-Wrestling in Japan. In the United States, he works for WWE as Andrade “Cien” Almas.
Andrade, now known as “Andrade El Idolo,” made his debut for All Elite Wrestling (AEW) on the June 4, 2021 episode of Dynamite. Initially allied with Vickie Guerrero as his manager, he made his in-ring debut in July and defeated Matt Sydal. On the October 6 episode of Dynamite, Andrade competed in a Casino Ladder Match for a shot at the AEW World Championship, but the match was won by Adam Page.