The Manchester City star flew to France over the weekend, having been on the Greek island of Mykonos on Wednesday for another wedding to celebrate Hourihane’s marriage to partner Olivia Rose. As reported by the Sun, Grealish was soon partying in Burgundy as Maguire tied the knot with long-time partner Fern Hawkins at a romantic Chateau on Saturday.
After getting the Villa band back together in Greece for Hourihane’s bash, Grealish wrote on social media: “Thank you so much Conor Hourihane & Olivia Rose for inviting us to be part of your special day. Two special people. What a day it was!”
The England star then dashed north and enjoyed Maguire’s do, which The Mirror revealed exclusive details of. A £50,000 private jet flew the Manchester United captain in with around 30 family and friends before heading to a £250,000 party at the historic Chateau Varennes, once voted as one of the world’s top 10 wedding venues.
Maguire and Hawkins – now on their honeymoon with permission from new United boss Erik ten Hag – first exchanged vows at a register office in Crewe, Cheshire, in May to provide them with a UK marriage certificate. The trip to France included what the couple have labelled their official weeding day, though, as Maguire wrote on Instagram : “25.06.22. A day I’ll never forget.”
Grealish, too, has certainly had a summer to remember, having been on a lads holiday in Las Vegas after jetting off to Ibiza in the days following his club’s triumph. With his reputation as a party lover only growing, his main focus is still to keep improving on the pitch, despite admitting that he’s been nervous around manager Pep Guardiola during his first year as a City player.
“I don’t get nervous or anything with fans or stuff like that because I think people have seen what I can do,” Grealish told Sky Sports amid the celebrations last month. “But he actually makes me nervous sometimes, I swear. And I feel like sometimes I’ve had to impress him too much.
“Sometimes, because Pep doesn’t want you to lose the ball, I’m thinking, ‘I can’t lose this ball’. In the second half last week against West Ham, I felt like once I scored I was like, ‘come on give me the ball’, and I was running at people trying to create things. And I felt like myself. Hopefully I can bring that next season – I’m sure I will.”