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One Show's Alex Jones promises to embrace camping in wedding vows

Published 11/01/2016

Alex Jones married on New Year's Eve
Alex Jones married on New Year's Eve

The One Show's Alex Jones promised to "embrace the outdoors, including camping", in her wedding vows when she married on New Year's Eve.

Welsh TV presenter Jones married New Zealander Charlie Thomson in a ceremony at Cardiff Castle.

Talking about her wedding, she told Hello! magazine: "It was spectacular. Everyone says it's the best day of your life and it just exceeded my expectations. I enjoyed every single second."

She added: " I'd told myself not to let it pass in a blur, because it really is quite overwhelming and nerve-racking. But I really did love it, seeing all my friends' faces. And then once I held hands with Charlie, I thought, 'We're right'."

Thomson, who is an insurance broker, said he couldn't stop smiling as his bride walked down the aisle. He said: "Alex looked absolutely stunning."

During the ceremony the couple spoke in English and Welsh and their vows included a "personal touch", reports Hello!.

Thomson's vows included a promise to " stand by you, whatever the future holds, to cherish and care for you and always be there for you when you need my support", before adding: "I promise not to take too long in the shower and to be on time."

Jones' vows included: " I promise to try to develop patience and to embrace the outdoors and all it has to offer, including camping."

:: Read the full article in Hello! out now.

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