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Dianna Agron lets friends leak photos from top secret Moroccan wedding

Published 17/10/2016

Dianna Agron and Winston Marshall
Dianna Agron and Winston Marshall

The former Glee star arrived at her wedding ceremony on a camel.

The first photos from actress Dianna Agron's exotic wedding in Morocco have appeared online.

The former Glee star exchanged vows with Mumford & Sons star Winston Marshall on Saturday (15Oct16), and now details of the top secret nuptials have emerged.

Photos posted on social media by friends and guests show the couple arriving at the wedding ceremony on camels, dressed in traditional Moroccan outfits.

The newlyweds hosted a candlelit reception for 80 guests at the Beldi Country Club in Marrakech.

Dianna, 30, began dating the Mumford & Sons banjo player last year (15) and they went public with their relationship in July, 2015, when they were photographed walking hand-in-hand in Paris, France.

Winston popped the question over the Christmas holidays (Dec15), although the pair never even confirmed the rumours of its engagement after the news hit headlines at the start of the year (16). Instead, the actress let her jewellery do the talking as she displayed a large diamond on her left ring finger during an outing for London Fashion Week in February (16).

The marriage is the first for both Dianna and Winston.

The blonde beauty clearly has a thing for British boys - she previously dated Magic Mike actor Alex Pettyfer, hunk Christian Cooke and director Henry Joost, while she has also been linked to movie star Sebastian Stan and actor Thomas Cocquerel. Marshall, 27, enjoyed a brief relationship with Katy Perry.

He isn't the first member of Mumford & Sons to find love with an actress - frontman Marcus Mumford is married to The Great Gatsby star Carey Mulligan.

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