Model Poppy Delevingne married James Cook in a star-studded ceremony at St. Paul's Church in Knightsbridge in London today (16.05.14).
Poppy Delevingne got married to James Cook today (16.05.14).
The British model, 27, and her long-term partner tied the knot in a star-studded ceremony at St. Paul's Church in Knightsbridge, London.
The blonde beauty, who wore a custom-made white Chanel wedding dress, was escorted down the aisle by her father, Charles, and 17 bridesmaids, including her younger sister, Cara Delevingne, who was the Maid of Honour, according to the MailOnline.
Cara, 21, also wore a white Haute Couture Chanel gown, and the bridal party got ready at Claridge's Hotel in Mayfair before the nuptials.
Guests at the event included composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, former Spice Girl Gerri Halliwell, her boyfriend Christian Horner, and TV presenter Trinny Woodall.
Cara's girlfriend Michelle Rodriguez, 35, was not spotted at the ceremony despite previous reports indicating she would be on the guest-list, amid rumours the actress and the model recently split up.
Poppy is also planning to have another ceremony in Marrakech, Morocco with James, who works for his family's aerospace firm.
The couple got engaged in October after seven years of dating and Poppy - who is eager to carve out a career in Hollywood - celebrated her hen party in December with pals, including Alexa Chung and Georgia May Jagger.
The actor says he isn't "holding out for more money or doing anything like that".
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