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Zoe Hardman and Paul Doran Jones marry in star-studded Ibiza wedding

The bride walked down the aisle in a gorgeous white Grecian-inspired gown.

Zara and Mike Tindall were among the famous guests at the wedding of TV presenter Zoe Hardman and rugby player Paul Doran Jones.

Hardman and Doran Jones tied the knot in Ibiza with the Queen’s granddaughter and her husband watching on, along with the likes of TV presenters Caroline Flack and Matt Johnson, Sky News anchor Sarah-Jane Mee and singer Heidi Range.

Doran Jones’ best friend and fellow rugby professional James Haskell, and his girlfriend Chloe Madeley, were also in attendance.

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Zoe Hardman and Paul Doran Jones are joined by Zara and Mike Tindall on their wedding day (Hello! magazine)

Hardman told Hello! magazine, who covered the big day: “Our friends are like family to us and we wanted everyone we love to be there.

“I wanted a relaxed, boho vibe, where family and friends could party until dawn.

“Marrying the man of my dreams on an island we both adore, was amazing.”

The Heart radio DJ added: “Our wedding day was absolutely perfect. It was so wonderful. Everyone told us they’d never been to a wedding so full of love.”

Rugby union player Doran Jones, 32, said he was excited to see his bride make her entrance.

“I couldn’t wait for Zoe to reach me,” he said.

“Instead of standing there in the traditional way with my back to her, I turned around so that I didn’t miss a second. She always looks beautiful, but in her wedding dress she was breathtaking.”

The sportsman added: “It was just as well I was wearing sunglasses. Behind them I was welling up.”

Hardman wore a one-shouldered Grecian-inspired gown by Pronovias for the day, with a flower in her hair.

The couple welcomed their first child together, daughter Luna, in September last year, and Doran Jones has daughter Isla from a previous relationship.

Read the full article in Hello! magazine, out now

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