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Over 100 of the couple’s closest friends and family members were in attendance including Kate Moss’ half-sister Lottie Moss

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Nicola Hughes

Nicola Hughes

Nicola Hughes

Irish Made in Chelsea star Nicola Hughes has gotten married with a star-studded ceremony.

The Dubliner tied the knot with her businessman beau Charlie Tupper on Saturday 21st August at the lavish Botleys Mansion in Surrey.

Over 100 of the couple’s closest friends and family members were in attendance including Kate Moss’ half-sister Lottie Moss, and Nicola’s Made in Chelsea co-stars Tiffany and Lucy Watson, and James Dunmore.

Nicola shone as she walked down the aisle to Christina Perri’s A Thousand Years wearing a stunning Bon Bridé dress and Manolo Blahnik shoes, which she said were “absolutely ruined” by the end of the day.

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Nicola Hughes on her Hen

Nicola Hughes on her Hen

Nicola Hughes on her Hen

The newlyweds got engaged last year in Ibiza after dating for five years and were originally hoping to get married in France with a more intimate ceremony.

Speaking about their big day to OK! Magazine, Nicola said: “It was a little hectic but we made it happen in the end! I think it was meant to be.

“We were actually due to get married in France but because of the pandemic we moved it to the UK and did a really quick turnaround in six weeks. Our wedding in France was going to be a lot smaller, so it was nice we got to have everyone there this way.

“We wanted a three-day wedding abroad, near a vineyard, but the way it turned out it was so nice and I think it was meant to be.

“We had the best day, we were so happy,” she added.

Opening up about the couple’s plans for the future, the 31-year-old revealed: “We’re just really excited to plan our honeymoon and see where we can go, and then we’re going to buy a house and hopefully start a family one day.

“Obviously that’s something you can’t predict, but in the next year or so we’d love to start a family. Any number would be a blessing, but I’d love to have at least two.”

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