Girls Aloud star Kimberley tied the knot with former Triple 8 band member Scott in Barbados on Saturday with her band mates Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Nicola Roberts as bridesmaids, and the couple's 17-month-old son Bobby as pageboy.
However, former bandmates - Londonderry singer Nadine (30) and Sarah Harding (34) - were not invited.
Kimberley recently told Closer magazine: "I can't have all the Girls Aloud girls, as it would literally start to feel like a football team behind me, but both Cheryl and Nicola will be bridesmaids for sure."
Nadine's daughter Anaiya turned two at the weekend, and the proud mum posted a photo of the extravagant cartoon cake she had bought.
"The celebrations started on Friday. It is a full weekend kind of thing," said Nadine.
The wedding celebrations kicked off with a beachside welcome party, before the couple, who have been together for almost 14 years, exchanged vows at St James' Parish Church. Walsh told Hello! magazine: "I might just push it to the limit on keeping him waiting, since he's kept me waiting pretty much our whole relationship.
"But it's been worth it. It's lived up to everything we wanted our wedding to be.
"Everyone we love has been waiting for this wedding for so long and are all the more emotional for that."
Fernandez-Versini told the magazine: "The way they've done it is so perfect and right for them. It's exactly the kind of place I envisaged them getting married - chilled and elegant - and I'm just so excited and ecstatic for them."
Speaking about their destination choice, Scott said: "I don't think either of us had ever felt that a wedding in the UK was for us, whereas everything about Barbados just felt so right."
Read the full article in Hello!, out now.
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