Media mogul Rupert Murdoch and actress and model Jerry Hall have celebrated their wedding with family and famous friends after tying the knot at their legally binding civil ceremony at Spencer House on Friday, 4 March.
Around 100 guests attended the star-studded nuptials in St Bride's Church, on Fleet Street which kicked off a little after 10.30am. Celebrities from the world of media including Rebekah Brooks, Alan Yentob and Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre were there, and comedian Barry Humphries, artist Tracey Emin, musician Sir Bob Geldof, actor Sir Michael Caine, were also turned up for their big day.
Hall looked stunning in an ice blue Vivienne Westwood chiffon gown, beaded veil and headband and silver flats when she entered the venue accompanied by her 30-year-old son James. Murdoch chose a blue suit and tan shoes for the occasion.
Hall's daughters, Georgia May and Lizzie, were their mother's bridemaids and wore matching blue dresses and carried bouquets.
The couple are said to have fell head-over-heels for each other after a whirlwind romance, announced the impending nuptials in nothing less than one of Murdoch's many publications.
"Mr Rupert Murdoch, father of Prudence, Elisabeth, Lachlan, James, Grace and Chloe Murdoch, and Miss Jerry Hall, mother of Elizabeth, James, Georgia and Gabriel Jagger, are delighted to announce their engagement," read a classified ad the couple posted in the births, deaths and marriages section of The Times.
Murdoch is not stranger to matrimonial affairs having been married three times. He has a total of six children, from his unions with first wife Patricia Booker, second wife Anna Maria Torv and his third wife Wendi Deng, who he split up with in 2013.
Although Hall was a first-time bride when she said "I do" to the billionaire, she was famously involved with rocker Mick Jagger from 1977-1999 and they have four children together: Georgia May, now 23, Elizabeth, 31, James, 30, and Gabriel, 18.