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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Jack Osbourne wedding photos released

Jack Osbourne and Lisa Stelly

Jack Osbourne's wedding day photos have been released.

The reality star married Lisa Stelly in Hawaii on October 7.

Only close family and friends were in attendance.

Britain's Hello! Magazine purchased exclusive rights to the big day.

Jack and Lisa cradle their daughter Pearl on this week's cover, which also features his overjoyed parents, Ozzy and Sharon.

Lisa wore a traditional white satin gown for the ceremony.

Five-month-old Pearl, held up by dad Jack, matches in white tulle and a tiny veil of her own.

It was a family affair, with Jack's sister Kelly serving as a bridesmaid and mum Sharon turning 60 during the Hawaiian getaway.

The matriarch recently admitted she was weeping as the couple exchanged their vows.

"Oh my goodness [I cried], people thought I was sad, but it was tears of joy!" she exclaimed to Australian radio hosts Kyle and Jackie O.

"All I kept thinking was, 'My boy's still 12 years of age! [And he's] getting married', then I realised, no he's not, he's 26, what am I doing!"

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