It's been an incredible few days for Lisa Faulkner and John Torode, who tied the knot in a beautiful autumn ceremony at Aynhoe Park on Thursday. Since their nuptials, the newlyweds have been sharing sneak peeks into their glorious day with their followers - including a gorgeous photo of the happy couple looking picture-perfect against a stunning autumnal background, which also features in this week's HELLO! Magazine. "The autumn leaves... the colours… my husband @johntorodecooks and I smiling at each other under the tree," wrote Lisa in the caption.
"Can't stop reliving the memories. Thank you @jamesfearphotography for this banger!!! @aynhoepark." To which, her new husband John replied: "Love you my wife." The MasterChef judge also posted a heartwarming snap of the lovebirds gazing into each other's eyes. "Love this girl @lisafaulknercooks and now we are Married #married #love #bestday photo courtesy of James Fear Photography @jamesfearphotography."
John and Lisa - who announced their engagement in January - tied the knot in front of their close friends and family, where Lisa's 13-year-old daughter Billie acted as Lisa's "best woman". The following day, Lisa shared her delight over getting married to John with her followers, telling them: "The happiest day of my life!!! Cue the wedding spam for the next few weeks! Apologies in advance. Yesterday I married the man of my dreams @johntorodecooks and we had the BEST Day EVER, filled with all our family and friends and such Love." John added: "Officially married the girl of my dreams yesterday @lisafaulknercooks what a day!!"
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In July, the former EastEnders actress spoke about her wedding plans, confessing she and John "both feel lucky that we've found each other." She told HELLO!: "He's a very different person to me. He is an alpha male in that he's a leader and provider. But then I'm probably very alpha female, and fiercely independent. But he'd say we're a team now. We both love yoga and looking after our bodies and mindfulness, as well as walking, eating, chatting, cooking. We look after each other, and that's because of hindsight – when you don't look after each other, things fall apart."
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