Former footballer Jamie Redknapp and his model girlfriend Frida Andersson tied the knot in a low-key ceremony in London today.
The couple, who have been together for four years, are currently expecting a baby.
Jamie and Frida made their union official at the Chelsea Registry office today in front of their closest friends and family.
Frida opted for loose waves, no veil and a form-fitting white gown that hugged her bump.
The model donned white court heels to go with the bardot neckline gown.
Sport pundit Jamie put on a dapper display in a navy suit teamed with a crisp shirt and black tie.
The ceremony was attended by Jamie’s dad Harry and mum Sandra as well as his brother Mark.
The couple, who have been together since 2019, will welcome their first child together in November.
Back in May Frida confirmed reports that they are expecting a baby together on Instagram.
Her followers had left comments on one of her photos congratulating her on the news, and she responded with love hearts and prayer emojis.
Jamie’s dad Harry Redknapp recently told The Mirror that Jamie and Frida would be keeping their baby’s gender a secret.
He said: “Jamie is very happy and Frida is happy.
“We’re lucky that Jamie has two boys already, Charley and Beau, and our other son Mark has five children, so this will be grandchild number eight.
“We’ve got our hands full!”
Jamie is dad to two sons Charley, 17, and Beau, 12, with ex wife Louise, who he split from in 2017.
Meanwhile, Frida has four children from her marriage to US hedge fund manager Jonathan Lourie.
Jamie and Louise were married for nearly 20 years, but the marriage broke down and they divorced in 2017.
It came just months after Louise’s participation on Strictly Come Dancing and Louise later admitted in an emotional interview that her appearance on the show had made her re-evaluate her entire life.
Louise said she had grown tired of being a “Stepford wife”, striving to always be the perfect wife and mum.
She added: “I wanted kids so much, I was happy to put everything on hold for them.”
But as Jamie’s media career had bloomed, Louise admitted she had struggled with his success and missed being a performer.
She said: “Standing by and watching Jamie become this entertainment star was pretty hard.
“I was proud of him, but there was part of me thinking, ‘that’s my world’. I could see the excitement he got out of it and I knew how that felt. But it wasn’t me feeling it anymore.”