Ghana Black Stars player Kevin-Prince Boateng has become the first player to marry in the metaverse.
The metaverse is a virtual reality, where friends and family get to take part in a ceremony in an online form.
Kevin-Prince Boateng and his new wife.
The 35-year-old married his girlfriend Valentina Fradegrada on Saturday in Siena, Italy at a lovely ceremony.
Boateng and Valentina have been dating since he divorced ex-wife Melissa Satta.
The pair took marriage to a whole new level with invitation given via NFT's, with each costing 50 Euros.
The Ghana international and his girlfriend have shared romantic moments together since they started dating and crowned their relationship with a lovely marriage ceremony over the weekend.
Friends and family took part in the event through the metaverse.
Kevin-Prince Boateng spent last season at boyhood club Hertha Berlin, helping them survive the drop in the promotion-relation playoff against Hamburg.
The 35-year-old is yet to extend his stay with the capital-based club with new manager interested in engaging the experienced player before an agreement is reached.
He currently holds the record for the first player to wed a lady in the metaverse. All the best to Mr. and Mrs. Boateng.
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