A few photos were released from the Saturday wedding. (Getty Images)

Rafael Nadal married Maria Francisca "Xisca" Perello on Saturday in Mallorca at La Fortaleza.

The notoriously private Spaniard gave away few details publicly, but HOLA! Magazine had some of the scoop.

The press in Spain did their very best to learn more about the wedding from a slew of dressed-up guests.

We do know that Perello wore a haute couture wedding dress designed by Rosa Clara.

Her mother, and Nadal's mother and sister, also wore Rosa Clara dresses. Perello and Nadal started dating in 2005 and got engaged in May 2018. 

According to AFP, the wedding guest list includes 350 people and allegedly one of them was the King of Spain Juan Carlos I. Michelin-star chef Quique Dacosta handled the dining. 

Roger Federer was notably absent from the event, but let's not forget he had Basel to prepare for. 

“I was not invited and I did not expect it,” Federer said to Yahoo Sport on Sunday. "That's not a problem at all. I congratulated him on his wedding day and I did not expect him to reply. I knew he had better things to do. Like celebrating in a big way. I am happy to see him and ask him how it went.”



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Other guests included Carlos Moya, David Ferrer, doubles player Marc Lopez, Fernado Verdasco and Feliciano Lopez, Nadal's uncle Tony, his coaches Tomeu Salva and Francisco Roig, his physiotherapist Rafa Maymo, his doctor Angel Ruiz-Cotorro and his agent, Carlos Costa.

Nadal has been recovering from a left wrist injury that forced him to withdraw midway through the Laver Cup in September.