Victoria Secret angels visit Quito before the wedding of supermodel Jasmine Tookes and Ecuadorian Juan David Borrero

Quito will be the setting for the wedding of American supermodel Jasmine Tookes and Ecuadorian Snapchat executive Juan David Borrero. Preparations for the wedding and its organizers have been handled with total secrecy, however, the couple’s own guests have been spotted on the streets of the capital, enjoying the tourist attractions before the ceremony, which is expected to take place in one of the churches in Quito’s historic center.

Portuguese model Sara Sampaio is one of Tookes’ closest friends. She posted on her social networks a photo of a Pacari chocolate tasting. Tookes shared a similar image on her account, in which she appears, apparently with her back turned and at one of the tables, part of her family.


Bride Jasmine Tookes shared photos of a visit to Ecuador’s vicepresidencia and a photo of Chocolate sparkling wine.


Another of the international models who shared her arrival in the capital is Brazilian Lais Ribero. She, who is also one of Tookes’s closest friends, visited tourist sites and uploaded an image to her social networks with a note welcoming the couple, showing toquilla straw hats, Pacari chocolates and traditional sweets from the Ecuadorian highlands.

Filipino-American Kelsey Merrit also enjoyed the capital city. She was among the guests at the bridal party held a few days ago. Jasmine and Juan David’s names were embroidered on napkins. Last night Merritt visited tourist sites, such as the Panecillo and some churches, aboard a chiva.


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Un post condiviso da Kelsey Merritt (@kelseymerritt)

The Australian model Shanina Shaik also posted her time in Quito, as well as her compatriot Jocelyn, who, through a video, shows her followers the different attractions of the tours of the capital they have done.

Josephine Skriver, a Danish model, is also in the country and was at the Tookes bridal party that took place a few days ago in Quito, with the utmost discretion of its organizers.