Jerry Hall and Rupert Murdoch spotted reading their HELLO! wedding feature on honeymoon

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Just a few days after tying the knot in a glamorous, romantic wedding, Jerry Hall and Rupert Murdoch were eager to relive their special day while on honeymoon in the south of France. Jerry was seen clutching her copy of HELLO! magazine, which starred the bride and groom on the front cover, as she walked hand-in-hand with her husband.

The couple's wedding was the focus of a 13-page spread that featured gorgeous photos from the big day.

Former supermodel Jerry, 59, cut a striking figure in an ice-blue silk dress, created by one of her favourite designers Vivienne Westwood. Rupert couldn't hide his pride as he escorted his new wife out of St Bride's Church in London.

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Newlyweds Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall starred on the cover of HELLO!

Rupert and Jerry's ten children from their previous relationships also featured in the pages of HELLO! magazine. Some sweet snaps showed Rupert's daughters Chloe and Grace - by his former wife Wendi Deng - enjoying their role as flower girls. Rupert's eldest daughters Prudence and Elisabeth acted as bridesmaids.

A roll call of famous faces from the worlds of music, arts and showbusiness were among the 100 plus guests - including Sir Bob Geldof and his wife Jeanne, former Rolling Stone Bill Wyman and his wife Suzanne, artist Tracey Emin and photographer David Bailey.

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Jerry was pictured clutching her copy of the magazine

David, who has shot some of Jerry's most famous poses, was also given the honour of photographing the wedding party on the big day.

Jerry later took to Twitter to share a photo of her new "beautiful family" – the first post she has tweeted since July.

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The couple are honeymooning in the south of France

As she and Rupert left the church on Saturday 5 March, the couple were met with flashguns and cries of photographers, but the newlyweds only had eyes for each other, locked in their private world.

Jerry and Rupert were then whisked off to a reception at Spencer House, the same venue where Jerry and Rupert said "I do" in a short and sweet civil service earlier that week.