TV star Ant McPartlin has married Anne-Marie Corbett in a ceremony held in a church in Hampshire.
The Saturday Night Takeaway star exchanged vows in front of celebrity guests including Dermot O’Leary, Cat Deeley and David Walliams, and had his longtime presenting partner Declan Donnelly by his side as best man.
The wedding took place at St Michael’s Church in the village of Heckfield with guests being bused in by coach from the nearby Heckfield Place hotel, where the reception is being held, reports the Mirror.
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Ant and Anne-Marie were pictured leaving the church together afterwards and they could both be seen beaming with joy.
They were also pictured sharing a sweet kiss outside the church as they celebrating tying the knot.
Ant and new bride Anne-Marie Corbett after their wedding ceremony
Ant arrived up with his best man Declan Donnelly and they were seen flashing huge smiles outside the church before the service.
The groom looked dapper in black tie while Dec wore a matching suit – they even stood in the same positions they do on TV as they posed for pictures outside.
Shortly afterwards, Ant’s stunning bride Anne-Marie arrived wearing a beautiful white gown and carrying a bouquet of purple and while flowers.
Smiles all round
Other guests including their longtime pal Dermot O’Leary and his partner Dee Koppang, and Frank and Christine Lampard.
However, reports suggested music mogul Simon Cowell won’t be part of the couple’s special day.
Holly Willoughby had been rumoured to be attending, but she didn’t appear in any of the snaps taken outside the church.
Ant cheers to the waiting crowds after his wedding
Ant is said to have spent a whopping £100,000 to ensure 100 guests can stay with him and his new wife at the luxury hotel as he is going to pay for all the accommodation.
A source told The Mail on Sunday: “Ant is paying for 100 friends to stay at £1,000 per night and has told them to send the spa bill to his £5,000 per night honeymoon suite.”
A lorry full of flowers and vans were previously pictured arriving at the hotel as preparations for the big day kicked off.