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Coronation Street and Hear'Say star Kym Marsh has married her long-term partner, army major Scott Ratcliff, after announcing their engagement earlier this year.
In an OK! Magazine exclusive, Kym's wedding photos were revealed, as well as a behind the scenes glimpse at the star-studded wedding.
To see all of Kym and Scott's wedding pictures and watch their wedding video please visit OK.co.uk.
Kym, 45, and Scott, 33, got hitched at Sandhurst military academy in an intimate and romantic ceremony on October 17.
Wearing a classic white gown, Kym looked beautiful as she posed for her wedding snaps alongside her new beau.
Scott could be seen wearing military attire in both snaps – a black suit with burgundy cap for the day shoot, and a red jacket for the night photo.
Kym wore her hair in an elegant up-do with curls flowing down, framing her face.
The singer who found fame in the early noughties teamed the look with a thin, dainty necklace and small pearl stud earrings.
Posing for the snaps, exclusive to OK! Magazine, the newlyweds looked overjoyed, loved-up and ready to embark on their next chapter together.
Famous faces like Carol Vorderman attended the event, but masses of family members were in attendance too – including Kym’s dad David, who has incurable prostate cancer.
Former Hear'Say singer, Kym, had previously revealed that it was a dream of hers for her dad to walk her down the aisle and give her away.
The newlyweds got engaged earlier this year when Scott got down on one knee on Kym's 45th birthday after three years together.
The joyous news of the couple's romantic ceremony and nuptials was confirmed by OK! magazine the other week.
You can read all about Kym and Scott's romantic wedding in this week's Ok! magazine, on sale Tuesday, October 26.
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