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This Morning chef Clodagh McKenna and Downton Abbey star Harry Herbert are married after enjoying a star-studded ceremony.
The nuptials took place at Highclere Castle, which holds significant meaning for the couple as it's the setting for Downton Abbey and also the birth place of aristocrat Harry, 62, who is the Queen's godson.
Clodagh looked stunning on the day as she wore her blonde locks sweeped back with her signature fringe.
Her dress was a floor-sweeping lace gown and her bouquet was filled with white and yellow flowers. Meanwhile, Harry looked sharp in a suit with a cream waistcoat and a bright blue tie.
The star-studded ceremony was attended by Love Island presenter Laura Whitmore and her husband Iain Stirling.
Other guests who attended the ceremony include former Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, with his fiancée Thea Rogers and their son Beau.
Clodagh announced her engagement on Instagram back in October after the pair were set up by mutual friends.
Posting her joy, she told her followers: "We got engaged! We are over the moon with happiness and thank everybody for the lovely warm wishes."
She later told The Today Show on RTÉ One: "We are so happy, we got engaged about six weeks ago. We moved in together about two and a half years ago."
The pandemic has been understandably hard for everyone and Clodagh recently broke down on This Morning after admitting she missed her mum.
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The Irish chef was in the ITV studio on St Patrick’s Day to show Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield how to make an Irish feast but grew emotional as she spoke about missing Ireland.
The 45 year old revealed that she hadn’t been home to Ireland for over a year due to the pandemic and was missing her mum.
As she waved to her mum and blew her a kiss, she grew emotional and broke down in tears.
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