A-LIST: Posh Beckham was among a list of stars at the wedding of Pilar Rubio (right) and Sergio Ramos (far right)

THE biggest wedding of 2019 was a who’s who of Spanish football, complete with a Michelin quality menu.

Real Madrid and Spain captain Sergio Ramos, 33, tied the knot with TV presenter Pilar Rubio, 41 at Sevilla Cathedral on Saturday.

Around 500 guests then celebrated with the newlyweds at a €500,000 reception on Ramos’s nearby La Alegria farm.

WHO WORE IT BETTER?: Pilar Rubio (left) took some wedding dress inspiration from Heidi Klum (right)

Rubio donned a €30,000 Zuhair Murad, V-neck, jewel-encrusted gown, with full train, which was previously worn by model, Heidi Klum at Cannes Film Festival.

Victoria Beckham, 45, made the biggest fashion splash, pairing her own chain link print dress with fuchsia pink high heels – a colour apparently banned from the wedding.

Her husband and former Los Blancos star David Beckham, 44, was himself joined by footballing royalty, including Luka Modric, Santi Cazorla, Alvaro Morata, and even Roberto Carlos.

BECKS: Victoria (left) and David Beckham (right) were in attendance at the bash on Saturday

The biggest snub was former Galacticos pal Cristiano Ronaldo, who instead jetted off to Greece for a family holiday, after failing to bag an invite.

Other notable absences included Real boss, Zinedine Zidane, who was in Bilbao, and Barcelona defender, Gerard Pique and his wife Shakira.

Those who did turn up were treated to a five-course masterclass from three-Michelin-star Marbella chef Dani Garcia.

SIGNATURE: ‘Frescor Andalusi’, the dessert of Dani Garcia’s special wedding menu

First up was salted lobster with mimosas and avocado, followed by spaghetti with truffled beef stew, and a third dish, ‘monkfish Dani Garcia-style’.

A kobe burger with togarashi chips rounded off the mains before diners tucked into ‘Frescor Andalusi’, a signature Garcia dessert, flavoured with tea, orange blossom, mint and pistachio.

Revellers washed it all down with plenty of Don Perignon champagne and €200-a-bottle Ribera del Duero from Bodegas Emilio Moro.

Soundtracking the day were band Ketama, Flamenco singer Niña Pastori, DJ Gianluca Vacchi and 17-time Latin Grammy Award-winner, who appeared via videolink.

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