Peter Andre has revealed he paid tribute to his late brother Andrew, who tragically passed away in 2012, as he tied the knot with Emily MacDonagh.
Peter Andre paid tribute to his late brother as he tied the knot with Emily MacDonagh.
The 'Mysterious Girl' singer wed the ''love of his life'' earlier this month and made sure to make a special mention about his late brother Andrew, who died in 2012.
In his speech, he said the death had ''broken all my family's hearts'', adding: ''We're going to be positive about this and I'd like to raise a toast to my brother Andrew - we love him very much and we're thinking of him tonight, and miss him always.''
And despite the emotional speeches, the 42-year-old star has admitted the pair had ''the most fantastic day of our lives'' alongside their family and friends, including Peter's two children from his previous marriage to Katie Price, Princess and Junior, and daughter Amelia, who he has with the 25-year-old beauty.
He shared: ''I couldn't have wished for a better day. I've married the love of my life and I couldn't be happier.
''It's been lovely for my kids to be here and to be such a big part of our special day too - we really couldn't be any happier.''
The star also dished details about the wedding reception entertainment, which included plate smashing, African dancers and even a performance from the groom himself.
He told the new issue of OK! magazine: ''I wanted so much entertainment as I didn't want any waiting around or lulls in the day.
''I wanted people to be surprised the whole time!''
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