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Jerry Hall shares wedding day photo on Twitter

Published 14/03/2016

Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall outside St Bride's Church in London after a ceremony to celebrate their marriage
Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall outside St Bride's Church in London after a ceremony to celebrate their marriage

Jerry Hall has shared a wedding day photo of herself, new husband Rupert Murdoch, and their children on Twitter.

The 59-year-old star added the caption: "My beautiful family! Photo: David Bailey" to the post on her official account.

The photo by the renowned British photographer shows Hall's four children - Georgia May, Elizabeth, James and Gabriel - by rocker Sir Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones.

Also seen smiling are the six children of media mogul Murdoch - Prudence from his first marriage to Patricia Booker; Elisabeth, Lachlan and James from his second to Anna Torv, and from the third marriage to Wendi Deng, Grace and Chloe.

Murdoch, 85, and Hall celebrated their marriage in a private service at a Fleet Street church on March 5.

Scores of famous faces from the entertainment and media worlds attended the hour-long service, held just a day after the pair officially tied the knot at lavish Spencer House in London.

The former supermodel looked radiant in an ice-blue knee-length dress with long, sheer sleeves and her blonde curls pulled back off her face.

She paired her under-stated gown with silver flat shoes and cradled a small bouquet of cream flowers.

Her husband wore a navy blue suit and tan shoes.

Around 100 guests attended the service and on the prestigious guest list was composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, playwright Sir Tom Stoppard and Sir Michael Caine.

Paul Dacre, Rebekah Brooks and Alan Yentob also attended, as did British artist Tracey Emin.

This is Hall's first official marriage. During the course of her 22-year relationship with Sir Mick, the couple were wed in Bali, but the 1990 ceremony was not legally binding.

It is the fourth marriage for Murdoch, whose News UK company publishes The Times and The Sun newspapers.

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