Pink Floyd star Roger Waters marries for fifth time as he shares love for new wife Kamilah Chavis: ‘I’m so happy’

Roger Waters and Kamilah Chavis have tied the knot (Picture: REUTERS)

Pink Floyd star Roger Waters has revealed he’s tied the knot for the fifth time, sharing the happy news of his wedding to Kamilah Chavis.

Roger, 78, is over the moon, sharing snaps of himself kissing his bride and writing: ‘I’m so happy, finally a keeper.’

Kamilah looked beautiful in a lace gown, holding a gorgeous bouquet and wearing her hair up and decorated with flowers.

She gazed up at the rocker, who donned a simple but suave black suit with a flower in matching flower in his lapel.

The happy couple posed together by the water after the ceremony at Roger’s Bridgehampton estate in New York, which he purchased in 2010 for for $16.2million (£11.8million).

The pair have kept their relationship incredibly low-key but were pictured together at Venice Film Festival in 2019.

Roger is one of the founding members of Pink Floyd (Picture: Getty Images)

Roger, who is one of the founding members of Pink Floyd, has been married four times before tying the knot with Kamilah.

He married his childhood sweetheart Judith Trim in 1969. However, they divorced in 1975.

Roger went on to marry Lady Carolyne Christie in 1976, with the pair sharing their son Harry, who has followed his father into the music business, and their daughter India. They divorced in 1992.

In 1992, he tied the knot with Priscilla Phillips, with the pair sharing their son Jack. Their marriage ended in 2001.

Then, in 2012, Roger married filmmaker Laurie Durning after they got engaged in 2004, with the pair filing for divorce in 2015.

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Roger founded Pink Floyd with Syd Barrett and Nick Mason.

He initially served solely as the bassist but, after Syd left, he continued as lyricist and co-lead vocalist.

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