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Trevor Eve's pride as daughter weds

Waking The Dead star Trevor Eve has described the "golden moment" he arrived at church with his film star daughter Alice on her wedding day.

The pair shared a white cab for the drive to the Brompton Oratory church in central London.

Trevor, who shot to fame playing private eye Eddie Shoestring, told Hello! Magazine: "It was a lovely little golden moment together, I was filled with such pride."

Alice, who recently starred in Star Trek Into Darkness, said she cried with happiness when she saw her fiancé Alex Cowper-Smith at the altar.

She said: "When we got to the church, I took a tip from the movies and just looked at my groom.

"I held eyes with him because I would have been overwhelmed if I had looked at everyone else.

"I was trying not to cry but by the time my blurry eyesight got him in full view, I couldn't help it."

The pair first dated as sixth-formers at Westminster School before rekindling their relationship at the start of 2014.

She said: "We fell in love when we were at school.

"Then life took its course and we both went out and pursued our careers. I always adored him and we were able to reconnect at this time in our lives and magically fell back in love."

Her mother, Holby City actress Sharon Maughan who famously starred in a string of coffee adverts, accompanied her to her dress fittings where she had a bespoke dress made by designer Alice Temperley.

:: Read the full interview in Hello! Magazine, out now.

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