Made In Chelsea star Lucy Watson has given fans a look at her breathtaking wedding dress after tying the knot with her co-star James Dunmore.
The happy couple said "I do" in Greece this week.
And while Lucy hasn't shared a lot of details about their big day, she has now posted two snaps showing her in her stunning gown, telling fans she "went big" and has no regrets.
The dress was off the shoulder and nipped in at the waist before flowing out and to the ground in a sea of luxurious looking ruffles.
Lucy, 32, had her dark locks swept off her face, with a long veil completing the elegant look.
The first picture is black and white and shows the newlyweds kissing by the water, while the second is in colour and shows James gazing at his bride with a look of wonder while she stares at the camera.
Lucy was inundated with gushing comments after revealing her dress, and later said on her Instagram Story that she felt "overwhelmed by all the love" from fans.
She also insisted she didn't have any regrets about picking such a huge frock for her nuptials.
"I went big with the dress and I have no regrets," she said.
Lucy and James fell for each other after meeting on Made In Chelsea.
They started stepping out together in 2015 and got engaged in Greece last year.
Fans had suspected the reality TV pair were husband and wife before they confirmed their marriage, because Lucy dropped a string of hints on social media.
On one occasion she shared a picture of James during a hike in Greece and captioned it: "With husby."
And she also shared a snap of them eating out together which appeared to show James sporting a gold wedding band.
Another Instagram image showed Lucy in a short, sparkly veil, which also got her fans talking.
She followed it up with a picture of her in a green dress and wearing a necklace that clearly said the word "Mrs".
Lucy and James left Made in Chelsea in 2016 after series 11, after starring on the show since 2012 and 2015 respectively.
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