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According to Hello! Magazine, the couple tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Scotland at Spencer’s family’s Glen Affric estate.
The couple were surrounded by close family and friends and Spencer’s brother James, Pippa Middleton’s husband, was the best man.
Pippa’s brother James also played a special role at the intimate wedding as he gave one of three readings.
Vogue, who is thought to be well over half way through her pregnancy, wore an off-white silk v-neck wedding dress that was designed for her by the Irish designer and friend Paul Costello.
Hello! Magazine report that Spencer was dressed in a bespoke three-piece midnight blue morning suit which was made by the famous tailor Tony Lutwyche.
Taking a lead from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s alternative wedding cake choice, Spencer and Vogue used a local bakery to create their three-tiered sponge cake with fresh raspberries, vanilla cream and a dusty-pink buttercream frosting.
The couple are yet to share any pictures from their special day, but fans have already started congratulating the pair on any photos they can.
Writing under one of Vogue’s most recent Instagram selfies one fan wrote: ‘Congratulations on your wedding this weekend 🥂’.
Another said: ‘Huge congratulations!!! Can’t wait to see pics xx’.
A third added: ‘Congratulations on your wedding news Vogue and Spencer ❤💙❤’.
Vogue and Spencer got engaged in January, after watching The Lion King in London’s West End. The couple met on the 2017 series of The Jump and instantly hit it off.
In an interview with Hello! Magazine, Spencer reveals that he has found more than just a partner in Vogue, but a best friend.
He said: ‘We’ve developed more than what a relationship to me is. She’s my best pal, I look up to her and I want to please her on a daily basis.
‘It’s very different to anything I’ve had before. We’re just completely equal and although we’re very competitive, everything is very playful. It’s a very straightforward, un-argumentative, simple life, which is what I’ve always wanted.’