Jenna Johnson and Val Chmerkovskiy's First Honeymoon Pics Shared

Junie Sihlangu
Apr 18, 2019
10:45 A.M.
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“Dancing with the Stars” professional dancers Jenna Johnson and Val Chmerkovskiy got married on April 13 at a resort in California. They took to social media to share images of their special day.


On Wednesday, Johnson took to Instagram to share an image of herself on their honeymoon.

Jenna Johnson, 25, captioned her post with one word - "Honeymoonin." The image showed the star relaxing at the beach while wearing a cheetah-print bikini and a brown wide-brimmed sun hat featuring the words “Mrs. Chmerkovskiy.”


She and her colleague on “Dancing with the Stars,” Val Chmerkovskiy, 33, got married last week at the Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. For her big day, the bride stunned in a fitted white wedding dress by Vera Wang.

The gown featured sheer sleeves and a turtleneck. Her husband looked dashing in a black classic tuxedo from Brooks Brothers.


Chmerkovskiy also took to social media to post a photo of his wife while they were at a honeymoon dinner. Johnson was seen smiling while wearing a tan dress with small white polka dots on it.

Her husband included the word, “Wife” on top of the Instagram Stories picture. Johnson also shared a video showing her twirling around on the boardwalk.


The couple’s wedding was attended by other “Dancing with the Stars” professionals. Emma Slater and husband Sasha Farber, and Witney Carson all got invites.

The dance competition’s former contestants, Laurie Hernandez, Normani, and Joe "Grocery Store Joe" Amabile, where all present. Amabile was also joined by his girlfriend, Kendall Long.


The couple got hitched while overlooking the Pacific Ocean in front of 200 guests. Chmerkovskiy’s brother, Maksim and his sister-in-law, another "Dancing with the Stars" professional dancer Peta Murgatroyd, were in attendance.

Chmerkovskiy’s and Murgatroyd were married in 2017. Johnson's former dancing partner, Adam Rippon, as well as Mark Ballas, Cheryl Burke, Artem Chigvintsev, and Brandon Armstrong all came through.