Sealed with a kiss! Dermot O'Leary gives bride Dee a smooch as pair wed after 10 years together
18:28 GMT, 14 September 2012
They got engaged in New York last November after 10 years together.
And today (Friday) Dermot O'Leary, 39, and long-term girlfriend Dee Koppang tied the knot at an intimate wedding in a Kent village.
After the ceremony, Mr and Mrs O'Leary marked their union by kissing outside St Mary's Church in Chiddingstone, where the pair had been worshipping for the past six months.
Mr and Mrs O'Leary: Dermot and new wife Dee kiss after tying the knot in an intimate wedding in Kent today
Puckering up: What better way for the pair to celebrate their marriage than with a tender kiss
Picture perfect: The pair posed up for a portrait shortly after their wedding
The bride wore a stunning cream
fitted gown with lace detailing along the neckline and on the sleeves.
The vintage-style dress also featured a fishtail kick, with appliqu
details on the bottom.
Dee wore her brunette hair pinned in a chic up do for the occasion, and wore a short veil pinned into the back of her hair.
The blushing bride finished off her outfit with pearl stud earrings and a dainty bracelet, while her shoes were hidden beneath her floor-length gown.
Beaming: The pair grinned with delight as they posed up for photographs ahead of the ceremony
Vintage style: The gorgeous bride wore a vintage cream satin dress with a front split and lace detailing
Congratulations! The pair looked more than happy to pose for snaps for the waiting crowds after exiting the church under an arch of flowers
Smiles all round: The pair's joy was clear to see as they smiled their way through the photo session
The X Factor host Dermot, meanwhile,
looked dapper in his midnight blue suit, paired with a matching
waistcoat, white shirt and grey tie.
While Dee clutched a bouquet of cream, pink and blue flowers, Dermot opted for a matching button hole to properly complement his new wife.
The pair beamed with happiness as they posed up for photographs after the ceremony, grinning with delight for the waiting photographers.
Taking the wheel: Dermot was seen driving himself to the church ahead of the ceremony
Excited Dermot struggled to control his emotions as he headed into the church
Preparations: Dermot was flanked by his best man and an usher as he prepared to become a married man
Romantic destination: Dermot and Dee wed at St Mary's Church in Chiddingstone
Ahead of the ceremony, Dermot chatted to guests
who had arrived early and gathered for a drink outside the local pub.
The presenter was then seen driving his own wedding car, a smart cream vehicle complete with celebratory ribbons, to the church while the guests made the short walk up a country road to the church.
Dermot made his way up the path of the church, flanked by his best man and an usher, and thanked the bystanders and media for coming.
Grand entrance: Dee was chaffeured to the church in a gorgeous cream car
Last minute tweaks: Dee looked thrilled, but nervous, as her car drew up to the church
Finishing touches: Dee was helped with her dress by a guest and her bridesmaids, who wore pretty pale blue minidresses
He then turned around and waved to the waiting crowds before heading into the church.
Shortly afterwards, Dermot's bride Dee was seen making her way to the church in a stunning cream car, similarly adorned with ribbons.
The film producer was given a hand out of the vehicle by her bridesmaids, who wore pale blue lace dresses.
Something borrowed, something blue: Dee clutched her bouquet of cream, pink and blue flowers as she smiled at the crowd
Last minute nerves: Dee failed to hide her nerves as she made her way into the church
Following the parish church ceremony, the congregation made their way to the nearby 15th century Chiddingstone Castle for the reception.
About 50 villagers and a few children
from the Chiddingstone Church of England Primary school lined the
streets of the Kent town to watch out for famous faces.
And they certainly weren't disappointed.
Beautiful in blue: Holly Willoughby highlighted her curves in a stunning blue jacquard dress
Blooming: Pregnant Fearne Cotton concealed her growing bump under her loose minidress as she arrived for the wedding with boyfriend Jesse Wood
Are shorts really appropriate Caroline Flack opted for her favourite wardrobe option for her friends' big day
Fancy seeing you here! The celebrity guests mingled ahead of the ceremony
Celebrity guests at the ceremony included James Corden, Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton, Bear Grylls, Gemma Cairney, Antony Cotton and Leigh Francis (aka Keith Lemon).
Comedian and actor James Corden chatted
to a few of the star-struck locals, while Holly Willoughby, who wore a
bright blue dress, appeared to swap jokes with her pregnant friend and
fellow TV star Fearne Cotton, whose metallic dress hid her baby bump.
Corden arrived with fiance Julia Carey, who he is set to wed in Somerset in the coming weeks.
You'll be next! James Corden and his fiance Julia Carey beamed as they arrived for the wedding
Newlyweds: Chris was accompanied by his new wife Dawn Porter, who showed off her legs in a black minidress
Also in attendance were newlyweds Chris O'Dowd and Dawn Porter, who looked chic in a tuxedo-style dress.
TV presenter Dawn admitted she was a
little nervous about her outfit, as she tweeted this morning: 'Going to a
very special wedding today. A very special wedding indeed!
'Whoops. Forgot the vital safety pin that turns this dress from too-much-tittie-ville to accept-a-ville.'
Representing the X Factor family was Xtra Factor presenter Caroline Flack, who wore a pair of signature shorts.
Suited and booted: Bear Grylls, Chris O'Dowd and Leigh Francis were among the famous faces at the nuptials
Famous friends: Coronation Street actor Antony Cotton (left) and TV and radio presenter Gemma Cairney also attended
Cheers! Leigh, Caroline and Holly were spotted chatting over drinks outside the entrance to the castle
Before the wedding, Dermot said in an interview that he couldn't wait to finally make Dee his Mrs O'Leary.
He said: 'Wedding plans are going well and engaged life is brilliant. We lived together for seven years and been going out for 10 years so we are settled down already.
'There’s no sort of raucous bachelor days to put behind me when we get married. I love my girlfriend and the woman that will be my wife and we are really relaxed with each other.'
Travelling in style: Traffic cones were put out on the road so there was room for the wedding party to park
Quaint: The couple married in the village of Chiddingstone
Moving on: The guests then celebrated the wedding with a reception at the nearby Chiddingstone Castle
Picturesque: The pair went all out for their big day, with the reception at the luxurious Chiddingstone Castle
Lounge suits and seasonal glamour: A guest clutches the invitation which states the dress code for the big day