Abbey Clancy marries Peter Crouch
Abbey Clancy tied the knot with Peter Crouch yesterday.
The stunning model and the football player - who have been together for six years and are parents to three-month-old daughter Sophia Ruby - married at the 18th century Church of St Mary Magdalene in the grounds of the luxury Stapleford Park Hotel, Leicestershire, and Abbey was so overcome with emotion she burst into tears during the service.
One guest told the Daily Mail newspaper: "The emotion of it all got to Abbey. They were both really nervous - and when she said 'I do' she just burst into tears."
The TV star showed she has regained her size six figure since the birth of Sophia Ruby and looked radiant in a white lace corset gown with a tiered silk skirt. Wearing her hair loose and wavy, the stunning blonde steered clear of traditional bridal make-up instead choosing dramatic smoky eyes and red nail varnish. She also sported a tan from a recent pre-wedding holiday to Sardinia with Peter, where he proposed in 2009.
Although notably absent from the ceremony, Wayne Rooney's wife Colleen tweeted her joy for the happy couple.
She wrote: "Congratulations Abbey and Peter on your wedding day!!! Look gorgeous x x. (sic)"
Abbey and Peter - who are believed to have signed a pre-nuptial agreement to protect the Tottenham Hotspurs striker's £7 million fortune - rented out the entire four-star Stapleford Park Hotel, where the reception was held, for nearly 200 relatives and friends.
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