JACQUELINE Jossa has tied the knot with boyfriend Dan Osborne
The EastEnders actress has married her long-term boyfriend in a ‘fairytale ceremony’ at a Cheshire mansion.
After a two-year engagement, the pair have officially tied the knot. The lovebirds have said their “I dos” at the stunning Delamere Manor, in Cheshire, in front of family and friends.
The incredibly grounds, in Cuddington, used to be owned by Gary Barlow, who lived their for 10 years.
He later sold the property, where Samia Ghadie and Sylvain Longchambon also got married last year, for around seven million.
The couple – who have daughter Ella together – have kept their romance mostly under wraps until now so we’re looking at all the wedding details as they finally tie the knot.
Here’s what we know about Dan Osborne and Jacqueline Jossa’s wedding, from their engagement to the big day…
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Jacqueline and Dan both chose traditional vows.
Speaking exclusively to OK! magazine, Dan revealed why he didn’t write his own, he said: ‘I considered it but when it came to putting pen to paper I found it too hard.”
Jacqueline added: “Also, we read the ones they had and we really liked them.”
Jacqueline revealed the couple’s daughter Ella and Dan’s son Teddy had big roles in the wedding as page boy and page girl.
Dan told OK! magazine: “It was just the best. Our children are like mini-mes and I loved Ella’s little white dress! I hadn’t seen Ella for a while as she was staying at the venue with Jac.
“Just before the ceremony I saw her at the bottom of the stairs and she ran over to me shouting: ‘Daddy!’ It was so cute. Then I had a lump in my throat when I saw Teddya nd Ella walking down the aisle holiding hands.”
Jacqueline Jossa shunned tradition and wore white trainers on her big day.
The EastEnders star told OK! magazine exclusively: “I’m worried about walking in my shoes because they’re new.
She continued to say: “They are quite high and my dress is long. They’re not what I normally go for either, so I’m not used to them.
“But I’ve got white trainers that I will put on at some point. No one will even be able to tell with my dress, so I can get away with it.”
Changing her name
Taking to her official Twitter account, the EastEnders actress described herself as a wife and mother, with her bio reading: “Mother, Wife, Actress. views are my own.”
Meanwhile on her Instagram account, her bio now reads: “Jacqueline Osborne Mother to a beautiful cheeky monkey! Mrs O. Actress currently playing Lauren Branning in Eastenders.”
On Facebook she wrote: “Officially Mrs Osborne!!”, along with a series of wedding emojis.
The actress was recently spotted inside the bridal designer store Susan Neville, and recently told OK! magazine she’d “found the best dress in the world.”
Talking about the style, Jacqueline said: “I want it to be lace with an A-line skirt.”
She added: “I’m having it made, but it’s not finished.”
Taking to Instagram Jacqueline got pretty excited about her upcoming nuptials.
The actress shared a picture that read: “I can’t keep calm I’m getting married this year!!”
And fans were quick to congratulate the mum of one on her upcoming big day.
Speaking exclusively to OK! Online at the Beauty Awards with OK! and Debenhams Beauty Club, Dan said: “We’re getting a move on.
“I don’t know how much I can say. It’s getting exciting, we’re getting bits done.
“We’ve got a wedding planner which we need!”
Jacqueline has exclusively revealed to OK! magazine that she knows when the big day will be.
The soap star said: “We’ve got a date now, which means I finally have a vision of what I want the day to be like.
“I’m really excited and happy, I can’t wait.”
Giving fans an idea about the date, she also recently revealed: “I can’t wait to be Dan’s wife and to have the same surname as him. We were thinking September next year.”
Dan recently revealed that his future wife wants a “fairytale” wedding.
He told OK! magazine exclusively: “Jacqueline wants a huge, fairytale wedding day and we were finding it hard to find a venue that lived up to her ideas.”
Jacqueline added: “I want our wedding to be a real event for people, so having it abroad would be like a holiday for everyone.
“I do love the idea of getting married, here, though especially as I want a big ceremony.”
The 24 year old told OK! magazine: “We knew from the start exactly what sort of day we want. We want a nice formal meal followed by a big party with fun food stands.”
She added: “Our colour scheme is going to be pastel colours so I’ve already started looking at bridesmaid dresses, although at the moment I can’t find anything I like.
“I think I’m going to be worse with the bridesmaid dresses than my own – I’m so fussy!”
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