Vanessa Williams and Jim Skrip Tie the Knot Again in a Catholic Ceremony – See Her Gorgeous Dress
Vanessa Williams wore a Pamella Roland gown to renew her vows with Jim Skrip
William and Skrip were first married on July 4 last year, but tied the knot again in a Catholic ceremony on Monday.
“Yesterday we took one last walk down the aisle – this time in my little church,” Williams wrote on Instagram. “Officially wedded Catholic. Amen! #MyJim.”
The 53-year-old picked a Pamella Roland dress for the occasion which featured a subtle v-neck and included a pink sash tied around her waist. Williams wore her hair in a wave and loose chignon, with oversized drop earrings.
Williams seemed in good spirits on her Memorial Day nuptials, goofing around in her gown in a video captured by daughter Jillian Hervey.
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The pair was wed last year in Skrip’s hometown of Buffalo, New York.
Married at the city’s St. Stanislaus church, Williams first walked down the aisle to Carmen Ruby Floyd singing “Ave Maria.”
The reception was held at The Statler City banquet venue and was decked out with gold and ivory tents, Moroccan lanterns and colorful flowers to match the event’s lavish Egyptian theme – a nod to where the couple met.
“Jim is a real man,” Williams told PEOPLE of her husband at the time. “You want somebody in your life who has integrity, who is solid, who knows who he is. He’s romantic and he’s a great guy.”
Williams was married twice before – first to Ramon Hervey II, and later to Rick Fox – and has four children.