She’s really in love with herself.
Cris Galêra, a voluptuous lingerie model and influencer from Brazil, recently married herself outside of a Catholic church in São Paulo in the name of “self-love.”
“I wasn’t ashamed, I went to church with determination,” Galêra told The Post about her wedding for one. “I did my own makeup and hair and everyone was watching because I didn’t have a fiancé.”
For the solo ceremony, Galêra sported a white dress with a “killer neckline” that flaunted her best features. She even tossed a floral arrangement in celebration.
She revived a trend called sologamy, in which single people wed themselves in the spirit of not needing a partner to find happiness.
“Most people loved it and found it interesting. They think I’m kidding, but I actually married me! And some women said they’ll do the same,” Galêra said, adding that she’s been courted by “thousands” of men on Instagram who have offered to marry her.
Thanks, fellas, but she’ll pass.
Galêra admitted that issues from previous relationships drove her to carry through with her recent nuptials, saying, “Men have difficulty being faithful or staying with just one woman. They want several [women] at the same time.”
“I like to be a priority and I am my priority.”
After all, Galêra left a small town in Brazil to make it big as an influencer in São Paulo some time ago — and she seems to be doing quite fine on her own.
The risqué model, who isn’t shy when it comes to posing in the nude, says she’s keeping an open mind to someday finding the (other) one.
“I will never divorce myself, but also if a new love appears, I will want to live the experience. I’ll put the person in second place, first it will always be me.”
Despite some calling Galêra’s wedding an attention-seeking stunt, the bride can’t hear the criticism over her own wedding bells.
“The offenses and criticisms do not reach me! When you’re happy, nothing shakes you, nothing affects you!”
Galêra, who will be self-honeymooning to both Paris and London in November, is confident in what will come after that lovey-dovey phase of marriage.
“The most fun was the feeling of fulfillment and pride in marrying myself…I will not be disappointed, I will not betray my trust and I will love myself above all.”