Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor, shared the first pictures from their lavish wedding on Social media to show “Love of her Life”.

The former Made In Chelsea stars celebrated at Whitehurst Park in West Sussex, which is owned by Hugo’s uncle, Richard. Millie gave a first glimpse of her engagement ring in an Instagram post while on holiday, which saw her commenting on her outfit, but showed off a diamond ring on her wedding finger. She captioned it: “Big sleeve obsession”

Millie Mackintosh Wedding

“The whole day has felt like an out-of-body experience,” the reality TV star, 28, told Hello magazine. “Even in my wildest dreams, I didn’t imagine it would be this perfect. I am so excited to finally be married to Hugo – he’s the love of my life.” Hugo, 32, said: “It’s been everything we dreamed of times a thousand. I’ve never been happier”.

The couple had a religious blessing at Whitehurst Park as they had married at Chelsea’s Old Town Hall in London three days prior to the big celebration. The reality TV star married musician Professor Green, real name Stephen Manderson, in 2013, but the pair announced their split in February 2016 after two-and-a-half years of marriage.

Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor wedding pictures

“It wouldn’t be right to get married without Mabel. She’s one of the family,” she said.

They were joined by Made In Chelsea stars Rosie Fortescue, Jamie Laing, and Oliver Proudlock, as well as model and TV personality Jodie Kidd, model Zara Martin, actress and model Poppy Delevingne and former Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts.

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