Lily Rose And Wife, Daira, Are ‘Loving’ The Newlywed Life
“…it’s just been so fun and full of joy,” Rose shared of married life.
Daira Eamon and Lily Rose attend the 2023 CMT Music Awards; Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for CMT
On Sunday, April 2, rising country star Lily Rose and Daira Eamon Williamson made their red carpet debut as newlyweds during the 2023 CMT Music Awards.
The couple stopped to show off their wedding rings from King Jewelers and donned huge smiles as they celebrate their new chapter together. Rose sported a black ensemble with accessories in the form of a brown suede jacket and a Nuthin Fancy hat. Meanwhile, Eamon stunned in a black blazer dress and knee-high boots to match.
“We’ve been together for a good bit now, and it’s just been so fun and full of joy,” the “Villain” singer-songwriter told PEOPLE at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas. “We’re kind of honeymooning in Austin, so we’re loving it.”
The last couple of weeks have been jam-packed for the lovebirds. They tied the knot in Nashville on March 25, made their way to South Carolina for a brief visit, and then landed in Austin. During the CMT Awards, Rose also made her first TV performance on the Ram Trucks Side Stage.
“We’ve been here for four or five days now, so we’ve just eaten all the good eats, drank the drinks and enjoyed downtown Austin,” said Rose, 29. “We went to Charleston for a couple days, and now we’re here. It’s been awesome.”
Their special day was held at Nashville’s The Bridge Building and beautifully decorated to fit their black-and-white theme.
“We wanted to get married in Nashville because it was ‘our’ home together, and we wanted all of our family and friends to come to celebrate us here,” the couple explained. “[The Bridge Building] had been a dream of ours since we first saw it.”
For their celebratory night, Rose wore a custom white and black Indochino suit, while Eamon wore a white, floral-detailed Galia Lahav dress from The Dress Theory in Nashville.
Once they met at the end of the aisle, the couple was married by their close friend Sydney Stroup.
“We asked Sydney because she met Lily shortly before Lily and I met, so she really saw our entire love story unfold,” Eamon shared. “She saw it firsthand from day one and really watched us fall in love. We then all became friends, and the rest is history! We have all been super close ever since.”
Their reception was held on the rooftop overlooking the Nashville skyline and included plenty of good food, dancing and their signature cocktail, espresso martinis. One of the most sentimental touches was a guest book made up of records of all the songs that hold significance to their relationship.
On Saturday, October 23, 2021 Rose popped the question to her longtime girlfriend. The memorable moment took place in Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood, which happens to be the location of their favorite restaurant, Mother’s Ruin, and their first-ever apartment.
Now that the big day has come to an end and they are officially partners for life, Rose is preparing to get back on the road for the remainder of her headlining dates in April.
Then, she will serve as a special guest on Sam Hunt’s Summer On The Outskirts Tour, which also features support from Brett Young on select dates. Once this trek wraps up on September 9 in Raleigh, NC, Rose will join Shania Twain’s Queen of Me tour from October 12 in San Antonio, TX to Nov. 5 in Fargo, ND.
In sharing the news of her upcoming dates with the “Man! I Feel Like A Woman” singer, Rose wrote, “Y’all…. What is my life? WERE GOIN ON TOUR WITH THE QUEEN @shaniatwain !!!!!!! Honored and excited doesn’t even begin to describe it 🤯”
Since her schedule is going to keep her busy for the remainder of the year, Lily Rose and Eamon hope to go on a longer honeymoon sometime next year.
Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.