The runners-up from the 2017 series of Love Island, Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt, have got married.
Thurlow and Jewitt stayed together after leaving the villa and have a child together.
Jewitt proposed in February by dressing up their daughter Nell with an outfit that said: “Mummy, will you marry my Daddy?”
Guests at the ceremony included former Love Island star DJ Marcel Somerville and Dancing On Ice winner Jake Quickenden.
Quickenden shared pictures on the day on his Instagram page, writing: “Wonderful day, and such a beautiful ceremony.
“You scrub up @jamiejewitt_ and @camillathurlow you look incredible.
“[Somerville] you’re punching with @rebeccavieirax just like I am with @sophie__church.”
Somerville also shared clips of the day on his Instagram story (which disappears after 24 hours), writing: “I’m so happy for these two. From the day they met to the day they married.”
Thurlow, 32, entered the Love Island villa on the first day of the show in 2017, and “coupled up” with other contestants before meeting Jewitt when he joined the show a month in – hitting it off immediately.
Originally from Scotland, Thurlow was accepted by The HALO Trust at the age of 23 to train in finding and clearing landmines in some of the most dangerous places in the world.
She also appeared in the first series of Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins in 2019 and has published an autobiography.
Actor and model Jewitt, 31, hosts a podcast called It’s Not All Dad alongside his wedding guests Somerville and Quickenden.