Piero Ferrari, the King of the Prancing Horse of F1, the red most loved by Italians, proudly carries on the creature of his father Enzo, one of the Italian myths of the last century. Saturday afternoon the strongman of the Ferrari house got married at the Canzone del mare in Capri, managing to keep a strict top secret on the event.
The wedding celebrated with the civil ceremony took place together with another couple of a childhood friend of the young Romina. It is no coincidence that Ferrari chose an extraordinary and inaccessible location for his wedding: the private beach of the Song of the Sea where he said yes to his young wife Romina. After the short ceremony with the scenery of the stacks, the wedding party began, in the most reserved and exclusive space of the Song of the Sea that stands out in the bay of Marina Piccola. About 80 guests for the wedding ceremony of the two couples, with an exclusive dinner and buffet. Then the sudden arrival of the Scialapopolo folk band, managed with great skill by the leaders of the Costantino and Isabella group of the Scialapopolo family. Music and choirs of the Caprese folklore tradition with the unmissable tarantella del Saraceno. Another surprise when one of the great leaders of Italian song, the legendary, appeared on the scene To the bathroom, which together with Costantino and the musical group Scialapopolo gave the couple an extraordinary interpretation of the island hymn “Luna Caprese”While a real super moon lit up the stacks giving a touch of magic to the evening.
But the wedding evening of Piero and Romina, now Signora Ferrari, could not end without Al Bano’s singing show. The Apulian singer loved in Italy and abroad has climbed on the stage placed in a suggestive corner of the Canzone del Mare, chosen by Ilaria Iacono (of the family that owns the structure) who was the true hidden director of the extraordinary party evening. Then the singer gave away his repertoire by intoning his best known motifs by attacking with a good wish Happiness and continuing with Cierà and Nel sole, to continue with the folkloric group with Neapolitan classic songs O sole mio and or Surdato Nnammurato. A special wedding party on a full moon night in the bay of the Marina Piccola stacks under the sky illuminated by a carpet of stars. This was the wedding gift that Piero Ferrari, one of the greatest representatives of Italian style in the world, wanted to give to his young bride.