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Thursday 18 December 2014

Price's third wedding is sweet

Katie Price and her new husband Kieran Hayler had a sweet-themed wedding bash
Katie Price and her new husband Kieran Hayler had a sweet-themed wedding bash

Katie Price has revealed that "it's third time lucky" as she tied the knot to builder Kieran Hayler.

The former glamour model and her new husband treated guests to a Willy Wonka-themed reception, complete with giant lollipops and candy sticks as decorations, at the Rookery Manor hotel, near Weston-super-Mare in Somerset for the second part of their wedding, reported the Daily Mirror.

As she sat on a gold throne flanked by a giant packet of Love Hearts and a Sherbet Fountain, Katie - who is pregnant with her fourth child - said: "This is it. It's third time lucky. No more weddings for me. I've saved the best till last and it's until death do us part."

The couple, who have kept details of their wedding private, got engaged on Christmas Day and tied the knot in a beachside ceremony in the Bahamas on January 16. They reportedly renewed their vows in a mocked-up Indian temple with 12 bridesmaids and a gospel choir at the weekend.

The 34-year-old, who was formerly married to Peter Andre and Alex Reid, was joined by celebrity friends at the sweet reception including former The Only Way Is Essex star Lauren Pope, Liberty X's Michelle Heaton and The X Factor's Rylan Clark.

Lauren tweeted a photo of herself posing with her boyfriend Jake McClean and the groom, with the caption: "Wedding of the year."

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