A name is in the headlines and people are curious to know about the news, former American professional cyclist Lance Armstrong has married the knot with his longtime partner Anna Hansen. They tied a knot on 9 August. The 50-year-old player took his Instagram to handle to share a series of images from his D-Day alongside Hansen and his kids. Dubbing it the “Best. Day. Ever.” The star showed his love for his long-time partner and their kids. In a lengthy caption, Armstrong showed his feelings about getting married. We will tell you about the news below the article.
According to the report, Lance Armstrong said that their ceremony took charge by his friend “Reverend” Chadbourne Mountain, and the images were captured by Elizabeth Kreutz. If we take a look at the pictures, Hansen can appear donning a sleeveless decorate white gown. She has taken a look with minimal makeup and blue earrings. Lance Armstrong, on the other side, wore a black suit and clinched to wear a blue tie and gray shoes. Several things remain to tell you about the news and take a look at more information about the news.
The beautiful ceremony happened in Chateau La Coste, France, a massive park comprise of sculptures, art, and an organic winery. Anna Hansen is currently 41 years old if we talk about the age gap of nine years between both couples. Let us tell you Armstrong was born in 1971 and this time he is 50 years old at the moment. The newly wedded Mrs. Hansen Armstrong is a Yoga instructor by profession and is a native of Colorado. She has shared a video of instructional Yoga on her account of YouTube channel, Move with Anna, which she launched during the coronavirus pandemic. Scroll down the page to know more information about the news.
On her website, Hansen stated that she began virtual clips for those people who could not attend classes physically. Lance Armstrong and Anna began dating in 2008 and got engaged in May 2017 at Lake Austin, Texas, after being together for about 10 years. The pair also faced rough times together when the former cyclist accepted to consume performance-enhancing drugs. An investigation has been done by the United States Anti-Doping Agency in 2012 and found that the player had been using drugs throughout his professional career. Stay tuned for more updates.