Gold Olympic medallists Jason Kenny, 28, and Laura Trott, 24, have secretly married in a private ceremony in Cheshire. Kenny uploaded a photo on Twitter of Trott and captioned it: " Good Morning Mrs Kenny." The pair married on Saturday, 24 September.
Trott won two gold medals in the Rio 2016 Olympics, one in the women's Omnium and the other in the women's team pursuit cycling events. Trott is Britain's most successful female Olympian with four gold medals. Kenny has won three Olympic gold medals for the Men's Keirin, the Men's sprint and the Men's team sprint cycling events.
Trott and Kenny have been an item since 2012. Laura's sister Emma was the maid of honour and posted a picture on Twitter of her sister in her wedding dress.
Dani King, a fellow Olympian, who was also Trott's teammate in the women's sprint, was a bridesmaid at the wedding alongside Trott's sister.
Trott posted a picture on Instagram and wrote her wedding day was: "The happiest day of my life. With all my family and close friends I married my best friend. We had the most amazing day and I'm so pleased to finally be able call Jason my Husband".
Trott and Kenny did not take presents for the wedding, instead asking that the money be donated to Dementia UK. Both Trott and Kenny's grandmothers have dementia.
Alzheimer's research states that the disease currently affects 46.8m people worldwide and 850,000 in the UK. The donation page has already raised more than £3,000 ($3,890) this much more than the £500 ($648) target.
The newly wed couple have stated on the site: "We would like to help and raise some money for Dementia UK. It is a charity which is close to both us and our families. Both of our Nan's suffered from the disease and we think it's about time that they find a cure."