EVERYONE at her school wants to know how the wedding was. “I have become more popular now,” Collegiate grade 12 pupil Bronwyn Kemp, 18 said.
She was one of 16 girls from the Bay chosen to do synchronised swimming (hybrid form of swimming, dance and gymnastics) at the Gupta wedding.
She missed school to entertain guests at the most talked about wedding at Sun City.
“We went there all expenses paid. We arrived there the morning before the wedding. It was a sunny day. After settling in our rooms in the Cabana Hotel, we went to explore the city and the entertainment centre and then it was rehearsal time.
“After that we went back to our rooms. I was sharing with Gemma Neyers of Theodor High School.
“On the day of the wedding the weather was lovely. We got up early and did our own make up because no make up artists were hired for us. And spent time with the wedding planners.”
She said everyone at the wedding was accommodating. “They were nice. As I got out of the pool one guest said I performed excellently.
“I received an e-mail from my manager Kerry Norden a few months ago, about doing a 20-minute performance at the wedding of a well-known family, but I did not know which family it was.”