Secrets behind Dermot O'Leary's new wife's bridal look

Cheeky TV host Dermot O'Leary married long-term girlfriend, film producer Dee Koppang, with an intimate wedding on September 14.

The couple, who have been together for ten years, went for a quintessentially traditional celebration in a village in Kent.

And HELLO! Online can reveal the designers that Dermot and Dee chose to don for the day they would be the centre of attention.


The Bride

Dee chose London haute-couture designer Aimee McWilliams for the stunning satin cream fitted gown with lace detailing along the neckline and on the sleeves.

The vintage-style dress, complete with intricate appliqué detail and fishtail kick, was complemented by pearl stud earrings and Christian Louboutin heels that could be seen through the modest front slit of her dress.

Mrs O'Leary's long, brunette locks were pinned up for a sophisticated up-do, and fastened with a lace vintage veil, also by Aimee McWilliams, who is ex-creative director of French fashion house Balmain.

The Groom

Dashing Dermot looked dapper in a bespoke midnight blue suit and matching waistcoat by Thom Sweeney. He paired this with a white shirt by Emmet and grey tie by Brioni.

To walk up the aise in style Dermot went for Prada.

A mirror image of each other's delight, the couple also matched with their choice of cream, pink and blue flowers – Dermot wore a miniature version of Dee's bouquet in his button hole.

Beaming with happiness, the couple left the church delighted to pose for photographers, before heading off to celebrate with family and friends.