Big congratulations are in order for Joe Wicks, who just married his partner of two years, model Rosie Jones.
The couple, who are mum and dad to daughter Indie, tied the knot in a stunning woodland setting.
Joe Wicks, also known as The Body Coach, captioned the picture, 'Just married 👰🏼🎩❤️ Having such an amazing day so far with all our family and friends. Thank you@conormcdphotofor the wonderful photos ❤️'
And what a day for it! The pair look delighted to be walking down the aisle, their family and friends showering the happy couple with confetti.
And fans couldn't wait to express their congratulations on social media.
Fellow chef Jamie Oliver was one of the first to comment, writing: 'Congratulations ❤ to you both mate big love jamie and the clan'
Fans were quick to spot Joe's unusual footwear choice for the big day; some black and white trainers. 'Of course he’s wearing trainers!' one quipped.
'Amazing mate!! Super happy for you both 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽' wrote one, while another said, 'Huge congratulations! Gorgeous photos ✨💕'
'Congratulations! Rosie looks beautiful 💕' commented a third.
Joe recently revealed his wedding plans to Chris Evans on Virgin Media Breakfast Show, saying he'd love British band Bastille to perform on his big day.
"I am getting married this month, if Bastille played at my wedding it would be amazing," said Joe.
The post had already clocked up over 80K likes at the time of writing.
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