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& Kerry's Wedding Day...
first Irish ShowBiz wedding of the year took place
on Saturday in County Meath.
before 3pm in the tiny village of Rathfeigh Westlife's
Bryan McFadden married the former singer with
Atomic Kitten Kerry Katona is a star-studded
of the couple included the singer Ronan Keating
and his wife Yvonne, Westlife's manager Louis
Walsh, singer Brian Kennedy, UTV presenter
Gerry Kelly, Slane Castle owner Lord Henry
Mountcharles, the chief executive of BMG records
Freddie Middelton and the other four members
of Westlife Nicky, Shane, Kian and Mark.
couple six month old baby Molly was also at
the wedding in the care of Kerry's parents. Tight
security surrounded the church since the early hours
of Saturday morning after the couple sold the photo
rights of the wedding to Hello! magazine for
a reported 300,000 euros or just under £250,000.
the 200 guests who attended the wedding were allowed
to see the couple during the ceremony and reception
after. As the couple arrived at the church in two
separate cars both with blackened out windows a 20
foot high black curtain was draped over the cars to
ensure no photographers got a shot of the couple.
Both were escorted by motorcycle Gardai.
inside guests were surrounded by white lilies and
enjoyed a gospel choir who sang hymns chosen by the
couple. Bryan's childhood friend Eddie O'Loughlin
was his best man while the chief bridesmaid
was Natasha Hamilton, Kerry's former bandmate
from Atomic Kitten. The couple found the remote parish
church of Rathfeigh on a family outing and fell in
love with its romantic location.
100,000 euro wedding reception was then held in Slane
castle nearby where guests indulged in a luxurious
buffet followed by dancing until the early hours of
the morning. The wedding went almost without hitch.
However, the local priest had asked three local alter
girls to serve at the wedding but when they arrived
they were turned away.
for the couple told the girls that their had been
a mix up and Bryan and Kerry had brought their own
local priest. But, the girls went away happy after
they were offered concert tickets and a chance to
meet the band during their upcoming Dublin shows for
making the effort.
an hour later the couple emerged as man and wife and
over 100 Westlife fans and well-wishers cheered as
the couple left the church towards Slane in a blue
vintage Rolls Royce.
couple will now enjoy a weeks honeymoon in a secret
location before Bryan return's to work with the rest
of the band.
here to see the
exclusive photos from the day.