After her marriage ceremony … Details of Mayar El-Ghaiti’s wedding: Next month in El Gouna


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Mayar Al-Ghaiti

In a white wedding dress, decorated with transparent sleeves, the artist, Mayar Al-Ghaiti, the daughter of the journalist Mohammed Al-Ghaiti, beautified during her marriage contract a short time ago with the engineer Sharif Al-Alamy.

Al-Watan learned that the artist is preparing for her wedding scheduled to be held next month at the “Open Air” place overlooking the sea in El Gouna, Hurghada, in the presence of family and close friends in the artistic community.

The source added that the wedding date has been set on December 4, but the newlyweds are thinking of postponing it for several days due to the lack of completion of the ceremony’s preparations, adding: “It may be on the 11th or 12th of the next month.”

The source indicated that the bride will wear a wedding dress signed by fashion designer Hani Al-Behairy, which will be embroidered and contain glossy inscriptions.

Marriage of Mayar Al-Ghaiti

The pioneers of social media circulated the first image of the marriage contract of the young artist, Mayar Al-Ghaiti.

The picture showed a simple celebration, where the bride shined in a white dress, slightly fluffy, with transparent sleeves of joubert, and the artist relied on wavy hair, with headpieces, and matte earthy makeup.

Information about Mayar Al-Ghaiti

It is noteworthy that Mayar was born on June 7, 1992, her father, journalist and screenwriter Muhammad al-Ghaiti, her media mother, Mona Baroumeh, and her sister, actress Mai al-Ghaiti, and her father refused at the beginning of her artistic career to enter the world of art and acting, to move away from the cinema for a period and went to television, where she appeared strongly in the TV drama Many roles, to prove her talent and her ability to perform.

She appeared for the first time on television, at the age of five, through the series “Al-Hasidah”, in 1997, written by her father, Muhammad Al-Ghaiti.

She participated for the second time in the movie “Captain Hema” with the artist Tamer Hosni, as “Tota”, his younger sister, in 2008.

She embodied the role of an educated, liberal university girl who is exposed to emotional trauma and changes her life to join one of the militant Islamic groups, and wears the veil during the series “Days of Love and Horror”.


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