Ahead of the civil marriage ceremony in Torhout, West Flanders a relaxed Ms Crevits spoke of how proud she was that her son Bram and her new daughter-in-law Eveline were getting married.
While family and friends obligingly posed for photographs, Ms Crevits said that she didn’t want to talk about politics today.
"Today I just want to enjoy myself, no politics. From tomorrow I will be fully available for the negotiations again."
After the ceremony the family went on to a quiet lunch. Today’s ceremony was a civil ceremony after which the couple were legally married. Next year they will have a church wedding followed by a big party.
Ms Crevits told the local newspaper ‘Krant van West-Vlaanderen that "We had wanted to keep the ceremony low key, but that has been a big failure. But it’s no problem. Good news ought to be shouted out from the rooftops".