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We take a look back at the wedding of Rebekah and Jamie Vardy

Take a look back at Rebekah and Jamie Vardy beautiful day back in 2016

Emmy Griffiths

Rebekah Vardy was voted off I'm a Celebrity this week - meaning she has, at last, been reunited with her husband Jamie Vardy. The loved-up couple tied the knot in May 2016, and invited HELLO! to share their special day at Peckforton Castle in Cheshire. Guests including Louis Tomlinson, Tinchy Strider and Kasabian's Serge, along with Jamie's Leicester City teammates, attended the star-studded nuptials.

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Rebekah looked stunning in her gown

Speaking about seeing his little girl, Sophia, walk down the aisle as a flower girl, Jamie said: "I'd been holding it together so well until that point but when I saw Sofia's little face as she was walking down towards me, I felt myself starting to go. Then I saw Becky coming towards me and she just looked so incredible, I felt my composure going again. I knew she’d look amazing but it was more than I could ever have pictured."

HELLO! covered their beautiful day 

Of her new husband Jamie, Becky gushed: "I'm so proud of him and of what he's achieved, but most of all I'm proud of the man he is. He's the most brilliant father and partner and I know he is going to be the best husband I could wish for. He's not one for grand romantic gestures, but I don't need that. He shows his love in the ways that matter, by being there for me and the kids and making me feel loved."

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Following their special day, Rebekah told Good Morning Britain that footballer Jamie had remained calm and collected throughout the wedding preparations. She joked: "Jamie doesn't get excited about anything. He didn't even get excited about our wedding, that's just what he's like. Pressure? I don't think so, I think he thrives under that pressure, I don't think he ever shows it… sometimes I can't even watch."

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