From Ada Colau to Irene Montero and Pablo Iglesias: James Rhodes meets on the left on his wedding day
james rhodes married last May in Madrid, the city where he has lived for years, with his girlfriend Micaela Breque. The party was attended by a multitude of well-known faces from culture and politics, including ‘illustrious’ members of the left such as the Minister of Equality, Irene Monterothe former Vice President of the Government, paul churchesand the mayor of Barcelona, Ada Colau.
The English pianist shared in May with his followers that the actor Tamar Novas was the godfather of the link and that the Hollywood actor also attended Benedict Cumberbatch. Now, the writer has also shown new images of the party in which more names have been revealed on his guest list.
“I just received the photos of our wedding celebration. Here are some happy memories of a spectacular day. Unforgettable. Long live love,” the pianist writes alongside some black and white photos.
I just received the photos of our wedding celebration. Here are some happy memories of a spectacular day. Unforgettable.
Long live love ♥️ pic.twitter.com/HrZGhSfCp6
— James Rhodes (@JRhodesPianist) September 1, 2022
The comic couple also appears in the photo album Andreu Buenafuente and Silvia Aprilwho appear dancing very smiling, the actor Javier Camara with a very casual style and the mayor of Barcelona, who doesn’t miss a party and once again showed that she loves to dance.
In the photo with Montero and Iglesias, Rhodes appears holding the large knife with which he cut the wedding cake while the couple laughs. “For a moment Irene’s bodyguards seemed a little nervous,” the pianist wrote on Twitter jokingly.
The friendship that unites them goes back a long way, especially since Iglesias granted Spanish nationality to Rhodes for being “symbol of the new Spain”. The former leader of Podemos communicated it in 2020 in a message on his Twitter profile in which he praised the “artistic merits” of the pianist and, above all, “his commitment to the mistreatment and violence against kids”. “Congratulations, compatriot,” said the second vice president.
James Rhodes quickly echoed this message assuring that it was one of the best days of his life. “I’m shaking. I’m Spanish. I. AM. SPANISH. Thank you from the bottom of my heart,” the pianist celebrated on Twitter, citing Iglesias’s message.