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Kevin Costner's daughter Annie marries in beautiful outdoor ceremony

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Kevin Costner was a very proud father of the bride at the weekend. The 61-year-old star looked on as his eldest daughter Annie Costner tied the knot with her fiancé Danny Cox in a beautiful outdoor ceremony held at the movie star's estate in California.

Annie, 32, looked radiant as she exchanged vows with doctor Danny, surrounded by their family and friends.

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Kevin Costner gave away his daughter Annie at her wedding to Danny Cox

She chose the exquisite Vicenta mermaid gown from Atelier Pronovias' 2016 collection, which featured a sheer illusion tulle bodice and a crepe mermaid skirt, both embellished with rebrode lace appliques, and a narrow crepe belt. She completed her bridal look with a long lace veil, and carried a big bouquet of bright flowers.

Her handsome groom, meanwhile, looked dapper in a navy suit, while proud dad Kevin opted for a tan suit with a navy tie.

Also present at the wedding ceremony was Annie's mum Cindy. She was married to Kevin for 16 years, from 1978 until 1994, and the former couple have three children together; Annie, Lily, 29, and Joe, 28.

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The star with daughters Annie and Lily, and his wife Christine

Kevin has been married to Christine Baumgartner since September 2004, and they are parents to three children; sons Cayden, nine, and seven-year-old Hayes, and daughter Grace, six.

The star also has a son Liam, 19, from his previous relationship with Bridget Rooney.

Earlier this year, Kevin opened up about his youngest children during an appearance on the Today show. "I think there's a lot to be said with how you're raised – we're at all the Little League games, we're in that car constantly, we're trying to get the kids on the same team so we won't have to go to three different practices!" he said.

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Kevin and Christine have three children together

"So poor little Hayes, who's in the middle, is having to play with eight and nine-year-olds and he's like seven, but he can hack it. So there's gonna be this point where he's gonna go 'Why was I always forced into leagues?'"

Grace, however, isn't really into athletics: "She's my girly girl," Kevin said. "She's sewing and she's dancing, but when she sees the ball bouncing out in the backyard I can feel her gravitating out with the boys — but everything has to stop when she plays."