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). Rafael Nadal couldn't take his eyes off his wife Mery Perelló during their wedding in Majorca on Saturday.The tennis ace, 33, and his partner of 14 years beamed with joy as they tied the knot in front of 350 guests at British-owned fortress La Fortaleza- Spain's most expensive property. The newlyweds were spotted sharing a special moment during the nuptials, with Rafael tenderly caressing Mery's face as they stood under a giant archway adorned with eucalyptus, fern and wild flowers. Rafael looked dapper in a navy tailored suit and white shirt, while Mery - also known as Xisca - is believed to have worn a stunning long-sleeved gown designed by internationally acclaimed bridal wear designer Rosa Clará. Share this article Share She wore her brunette locks in soft curls and decided upon a classic veil to match her elegant bridal gown. According to the Rosa Clará website, Mery's gown had a jewel neckline, and was made of beautiful Art Deco-inspired French lace with delicate patterning, flower motifs and microbeading on the hand-embroidered fabric. After the ceremony, Rafael chatted to priest Tomeu Catala, while a bridesmaid held Mery's long billowing veil.Nadal's sister Maria Isabel, meanwhile, looked beautiful in a red figure-hugging gown which featured intricate beading at the neckline. Maria looked over the moon to watch Rafael and Mery tie the knot and smiled as she chatted to fellow guests. The wedding party appeared enchanted by the castle, with many posing for photos against the stunning backdrop of the north west coast of the island. Juan Carlos I, the king of Spain from 1975 to 2014, was believed to be among those in attendance while the Michelin-star chef, Quique Dacosta, was reportedly in charge of catering.While he was rumoured to be attending by helicopter, Juan Carlos I of Spain made a relatively more low-key arrival to the ceremony in a Suzuki people carrier.The former king of Spain, who abdicated the throne five years ago, is a longstanding friend of the tennis ace and warmly greeted crowds with a wave as he was chauffeured to the glamorous event. Elsewhere, also making a sharp arrival was tennis player Feliciano López, who put on a dapper display in a slick three-piece navy suit as he was joined by his stunning other half, Sandra Gago. Former Argentinian tennis player Juan Monaco and his girlfriend Diana Arnopoulos cut a stylish figure as they left a hotel in Pollenca to make their way to the nuptials.Diana looked incredible in a flowing in a printed brown and black dress and dangling double gold hoop earrings. Spanish actress Carolina Cerezuela looked sensational in a plunging red satin midi-dress which she teamed with towering silver stilettos, while styling her locks in tumbling bl