“He’s a cool little guy and my only son,” says Anka, who also has five daughters — Amelia, Anthea, Alicia, Amanda (who is married to actor Jason Bateman) and Alexandra.“I wanted to make him be a part of it.” This is the third marriage for Anka, who met his wife Lisa at a friend’s wedding. “And a big animal lover like me.” The evening included a 21-piece orchestra and the newlyweds shared their first official dance as a married couple to Van Morrison’s “Someone Like You.” “It was a really special night,” says Anka.In wedding photos Anka posted to Instagram page, the newlyweds can be seen saying their vows under an arch drenched with blush and white roses.A chandelier also sparkled overhead and a carpet of flower petals lined the aisle of the beautiful outdoor ceremony space."Me and my beautiful bride Lisa," Anka captioned one of the snapshots. "To make the ceremony even more special, Anka's 11-year-old son, Ethan, walked the bride down the aisle."He's a cool little guy and my only son," explained the "Diana" singer.“They’ve been fighting like cats and dogs recently,” a source with insight into the relationships told the newspaper.Anna recently catapulted herself into Sweden’s celebrity spotlight through her starring role in the TV3 reality television programme Svenska Hollywoodfruar (“Swedish Hollywood Wives”).
Anna Anka has moved out of the couple's home, however, and is currently living in the Four Seasons hotel, where crews from TV3 continue filming her Christmas special."I wanted to make him be a part of it."See More: These Are the Top 10 First Dance Songs in the World, According to Spotify After the "I dos," the wedding party headed inside for dinner, dancing, and cake.Guests — who included famous friends like producer Brian Grazer, Warren Buffet, Bob and Tamar Manoukian, and Steve Wynn — dined on a four-tied wedding cake (also covered in dozens of roses, of course! And the couple shared their first dance to Van Morrison's "Someone Like You," played by a 21-piece orchestra."It was a really special night," said Anka. He was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame in 2005.In 1983, he co-wrote the song "I Never Heard" with Michael Jackson.