Tuesday, November 14, 2023

Olympian Aleen Bailey and former American football player Joseph Taylor tied the knot Saturday last at the Scots Kirk Church in downtown Kingston. The ceremony, officiated by Rev Nigel Pusey and Minister Zara Northover, was certainly one for the books. Page 2 affords a sneak peek ahead of the great reveal on Pages 34-35 of Tuesday Style Vows (TSV).

Photos: Phillip Dennis, Raheed Bailey, Janell Henderson and Jhenelle Dillon from Bailez Multimedia.

Fellow OlympiansFlanking newly-weds Aleen and Joseph Taylor are (from left) Zara Northover; Omar Brown, his wife Veronica Campbell Brown; Elva Goulbourne; Yohan Blake; and Angella "Sandie" Richards.
Life-Changing PassIn a display of athletic prowess, track and field meets football when Joseph and Aleen enjoy a comical display of their former athletic lifestyle.
On Her MarksOlympian Aleen Bailey is all set to run the race of her life with hubby Joseph Taylor.
Eyeing The FutureThe Taylors look forward to the future as they bask in the moments following their nuptials.
Shoulder To Lean OnAnd there's no doubt that Aleen has found her security blanket.

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