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Zoe Salmon marries William Corrie in Barbados

Published 02/05/2016

Undated handout photo issued by Hello! of Zoe Salmon and William Corrie who have married in a secret ceremony in Barbados. PA
Undated handout photo issued by Hello! of Zoe Salmon and William Corrie who have married in a secret ceremony in Barbados. PA

Former Blue Peter presenter Zoe Salmon has married in a secret ceremony in Barbados.

The former Miss Northern Ireland tied the knot with William Corrie after eloping.

The 36-year-old told Hello! about her private nuptials at the exclusive Sandy Lane beach resort, which boasts A-listers like Rihanna and Oprah Winfrey as fans.

It is also the resort where golfer Tiger Woods got married in 2004.

She said: "I can't wait to get home and tell everyone. I didn't even tell my mum and dad, although running off to get married does run in the family so they will be thrilled for us.

"We'll have a big party when we get home, I'm sure of that."

She added: "I want an excuse to wear my dress and feel the magic again."

Revealing her wedding details exclusively to Hello!, she disclosed her dress of choice was a beaded gown with a long train from wedding designer, Berta.

"When I saw Zoe arrive I thought, 'Wow!'", Corrie said, of seeing his bride in her dress.

Salmon added: "What was so lovely was that every single conversation we had that day was with each other. It was really intimate and we had so much space to breathe and take in every special moment."

William Corrie and Zoe Salmon
William Corrie and Zoe Salmon
Zoe and William Corrie
Bangor-born TV presenter Zoe Salmon is getting married
Zoe's diamond engagement ring
Zoe Salmon
  • Read the full article in Hello!, out now.

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