Bo Bruce weds Henry Binns
'The Voice's Bo Bruce has got married.
The 31-year-old beauty - born Lady Catherine Anna Brudenell - tied the knot Henry Binns in Savernake Forest in Wiltshire earlier this month and was keen to pay tribute to her late mother Countess Rosamond of Cardigan, who passed away four years ago after a battle with cancer, by opting to wear her former wedding gown for the ceremony.
She told HELLO! magazine: "It was pretty magical. I've always felt my mum is there in the woods and wearing her wedding dress meant she was with me all day.
"I married my best friend, we do everything together and are always in hysterics, which I think is important. It still feels a bit surreal that we are married, I feel very lucky."
The formal ceremony took place in St Katharine's Church on June 4 and the happy couple were joined by Snow Patrol drummer Jonny Quinn and Gabriella Wilde amongst others to mark the occasion.
Meanwhile, Bo previously gushed about her husband when she announced they were getting engaged.
At the time, she said: "I get to wake up next to my very best friend and wingman for the rest of my life. We couldn't be happier."
And Bo was reportedly keen to ensure her estranged father, the Earl of Cardigan, would not be in attendance at the event.
Reverend Michael McHugh, team rector at St Katharine's Church, said: "There is a legal situation, which is that, by definition, a church service is a public event and so no one can be barred from it.
"There will be private business. A lot of the service will not be held in the church. It will just be the legal bits we do in the church. Most of it will be out of our hands. They could just turn up in ordinary suits and T-shirts and get the legal done and it would be perfectly valid."