Jerry Hall and Rupert Murdoch were joined by friends and family for a lavish wedding blessing ceremony on Saturday. The newlyweds continued their weekend of celebrations with a service at St. Bride's Church on London's Fleet Street on Saturday.
The happy couple married in a low-key civil ceremony at Spencer House on Friday, but were joined by around 120 guests for Saturday's blessing at the 18th century church, which is known as "the spiritual home of the media".
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The newlyweds after their blessing ceremony
The bride looked elegant in a light blue Vivienne Westwood dress with her hair down in loose waves, and was followed by her six bridesmaids - her two daughters Elizabeth and Georgia May Jagger, along with Rupert's daughters Elisabeth, Prudence, Grace and Chloe.
A close-up of the blushing bride
Meanwhile Rupert looked smart in a navy blue suit and. He arrived flanked by his two sons, Lachlan and James.
While their civil ceremony was incredibly low-key, the newlyweds invited a larger group of guests for their wedding blessing. Along with their children – Rupert has six and Jerry has four from their previous relationships – the newlyweds were joined by a number of high profile guests including Jade Jagger, Tracy Emin, and Bob Geldof.
Rupert Murdoch arriving at St. Bride's Church on Fleet Street with sons Lachlan and James
One friend who was disappointed to be missing the nuptials was Dame Joan Collins, who told HELLO! magazine that Jerry had "an unmistakeable glow" after confiding that she had become engaged to Rupert in December.
"Well Jerry – I kept the secret – and despite being sad I cannot be there to celebrate with you, I'm wishing that radiant glow stays with you forever," Dame Joan said.
Bridesmaids Elizabeth and Georgia May Jagger and Grace Murdoch
Jerry, 59, and Rupert, 84, were introduced by Rupert's niece Penny Fowler in Australia late last summer. They confirmed their romance at the Rugby World Cup Final in October, and made their first red carpet appearance at the Golden Globes in January, before announcing their engagement in The Times newspaper the following day.