Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor, who appeared on Channel 4 reality show Made in Chelsea, are officially married.
The news was confirmed by Hello! magazine, who reported that Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor tied the knot at Whithurst Park, a country estate in West Sussex, owned by Hugo’s uncle.
According to the publication, the pair exchanged vows in an outdoor ceremony, and then celebrated the special occasion with 200 wedding guests with a drinks reception, followed by a sit-down dinner and party.
Three days before the ceremony, Millie and Hugo made it official in an intimate ceremony at Chelsea Town Hall, which was attended only by their closest friends and family members.
The Made in Chelsea couple’s nuptials come nearly a year after they revealed they were engaged. A rep for Hugo told MailOnline at the time: ‘I can confirm that Hugo and Millie did get engaged whilst they were on holiday in Greece.’
They met on the Channel 4 reality show in 2011, when they dated for a few months before subsequently going their separate ways.
The 28-year-old went on to wed rapper Professor Green, in a stunning ceremony at Babington House in September 2013. Millie and Professor Green stayed married for nearly four years, but they decided to split in February 2016 and their divorce was finalised three months later, in May.
Speaking about their relationship brokedown, Professor Green told The Sun: ‘We had seen each other like ships in the night, but we weren’t getting any quality time together. It is good sometimes to have space, but it is also difficult when you miss someone for that long. It used to happen when I was touring.
‘You would have a day off and try and have the best day of your life, But then you’d just start arguing. That is a relationship. The best way is a balance and being really clever with the time you do have together and making the most of that.’
Rumours that Millie and Hugo were reuniting began to swirl later in 2016, and the pair became official in June. Hugo told The Mirror at the time: ‘This is my life, man. We’re happy. People are going to assume what they want. We had something before which was very public, but we’re both good.’