Katherine Jenkins just married her New Yorker beau Andrew Levitas in an upmarket ceremony at Hampton Palace Court in London. And you'd be forgiven for thinking pics from her latest ad campaign are straight out of her wedding album (they're not, btw).
The singer wows in the Citizen Watches A/W 2014 campaign and is wearing a stunning dress by designer Suzanne Neville, who incidentally designed Katherine's very own wedding dress, too.
According to Wales Online, Katherine is a huge fan of the designer and has the biggest private collection of Suzanne Neville evening gowns in the world.
Tracey Osborne, Marketing Manager at Citizen Watch UK, said of Katherine becoming the face of Citizan Watches: "As renowned for her natural beauty and flawless sense of style as her musical prowess, Katherine is ideally placed as the new face of Citizen Watch UK, perfectly embodying its new ladies' Citizen L Collection this Autumn/Winter 2014."
And we can't deny she looks absolutely stunning in the campaign images. The white gown features a beautiful embellished bodice with a plunging neckline, and her hair is worn in Hollywood starlet waves.
Katherine's also seen looking impossibly glossy in black and white pictures as she gets ready on the shoot.
The mezzo-soprano shared a picture of the new ad online just three days before her wedding, writing:
"Excited to share with you the new @Citizen_Watch advert!"
Katherine married Andrew on Saturday 27 September in a Christian and Jewish ceremony in Hampton Court Palace's Banqueting House before a reception in the venue's Great Hall.
Musical entertainment at the wedding was provided by a harpist, while the wedding breakfast featured black beef from North Wales, Welsh lamb and cheeses.
Wales Online reports that Buckingham Palace even granted the couple permission to fly the Welsh flag outside their wedding venue. How cool is that?
Katherine is now enjoying her honeymoon in an undisclosed exotic location. She's keeping her Instagram fans up to date and recently uploaded an idyllic-looking picture of two Champagne-filled flutes in front of an amazing pool.