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LOOK: Cristalle Belo, husband Justin Pitt in awe while visiting landmarks in UAE

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Feb. 11, 19 | 1:02 pm

Cristalle Belo, together with her husband Australian hotelier Justin Pitt and son Hunter James Pitt, visited the UAE to attend a Hindu wedding which took place on February 4 at the Emirates Palace.

Belo, daughter of celebrity dermatologist Dr. Vicki Belo, took to Instagram to share some photos taken in some locations in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

Belo first announced that they have arrived in the country by posting a photo of her family with the towering Burj Khalifa in the background.

“Hello Dubai! The weather is perfect. It’s so nice to be here again now with Hunter in tow,” she captioned the photo.

Prior to the wedding they attended, they also visited the famous Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.

“The beautiful Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque – built to celebrate the diversity in the different Muslim civilizations,” she said.

“In awe of this mosque from floors, to walls, to ceilings. Just amazing! I’m so happy we took time to visit this!” she captioned another post.

The couple also indulge themselves in Hindu culture during the wedding. Belo uploaded a video of his husband during the first night of the wedding which was themed Arabian Nights wherein Pitt wore a keffiyeh which is a checkered scarf usually worn around the neck or head.

They also had a nice time at the party and shared videos of them dancing and jamming to the music.

After the wedding, their family also took the time to go around Abu Dhabi and visit other places including The Louvre and Warner Bros. World.

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