And the bride wore something blue!
Model Jerry Hall, 59, married Rupert Murdoch, the 84-year-old News Corp CEO and owner of 21st Century Fox Friday at a private ceremony in London. On Saturday, they celebrated their marriage at another service at St. Bride's church on London's Fleet Street, the historical home of numerous top media outlets, with their family and friends, including celebs.
Hall wore a tea-length, pale blue chiffon and silk Vivienne Westwood wedding shift dress with long sleeves, The Telegraph reported. She paired the non-traditional look with Roger Vivier silver jeweled flats and a short veil. Murdoch sported a navy suit, white shirt, brown shoes and a white rose boutonniere.
Hall was previously in a long-term relationship with Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger. Her and Rupert's wedding guests included the model's four children with Mick—Elizabeth Jagger, Gabriel Jagger, Georgia May Jagger and James Jagger, as well as the media mogul's six children from his previous relationships—Chloe Murdoch, Grace Helen Murdoch, Elisabeth Murdoch, James Murdoch, Lachlan Murdoch and Prudence Murdoch.
Their daughters served as bridesmaids and also wore pale blue dresses. Both they and the bride carried white flower bouquets.
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Celebrity attendees included former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman, actor Michael Caine, Irish rocker Bob Geldof and musical composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, British media outlets reported.
Rupert and Hall began dating last summer and got engaged in January. This marks his fourth marriage. Hall and Mick wed in a Hindu ceremony in Bali in 1990. The two split about a decade later and their marriage was annulled because it was not legally binding. At the event, she wore a knee-length, off-the-shoulder, short sleeve Antony Price lace dress, which was sold in 2008 at a charity auction for more than $3,000.