Nick Kyrgios’ brother Christos FINALLY marries his longtime partner!

Nick Kyrgios’ brother Christos FINALLY marries his longtime partner!

Nick Kyrgios’ brother Christos has tied the knot.

The 34-year-old married longtime partner Alicia Gowans in an intimate ceremony at Tallagandra Hill Winery.

Aussie tennis star Nick was on board as Christos’ groomsman for the nuptials, rocking a beige suit while his older brother wore a cream suit jacket.

Tensions between tennis’ bad boy and Alicia reached breaking point two years ago when she was ordered out of his players box during the Australian Open.

In his first round encounter, Nick turned to his entourage and ordered Gowans, a world champion bodybuilder, out.

“Tell your girlfriend out of my box,” he proclaimed.

That’s all a thing of the past now with Gowans officially becoming a member of the Kyrgios family.

The newlyweds officially tied the knot in early February, sharing photos to their social media accounts in the days after.

“What a day,” Christos captioned his post on Instagram.

Alicia wrote: “The most incredible day of our lives. Saying ‘I do’ to the man I love surrounded by all of our closest family and friends.”

“Yesterday was nothing short of amazing. A day filled with so many beautiful moments and memories that we will cherish forever,” she added.

Alicia is a three time World Beauty Fitness and Fashion world champion and sports nutritionist with 498,000 Instagram followers.

The pair welcomed their first child together in 2022 when Alicia gave birth to a baby boy named George.

They shared the life-changing news in a joint Instagram post.

“2.98kgs of pure deliciousness!! It’s with the greatest pleasure that I get to introduce our precious little rainbow buddy… George,” Alicia wrote.

“What an honour it is to be your mama little man. You are already so incredibly loved and welcomed.

“Lord knows, we waited a long time for you. But our prayers were answered, you are better than perfect…and for that we are so grateful.”

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