Andy Murray, Kim Sears

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Congrats to Andy Murray and Kim Sears!

The 27-year-old Scotland-born tennis star had wed his longtime girlfriend, BBC News reported on Sunday.

The British outlet said the two exchanged vows at the 12th century Dunblane Cathedral in his hometown of Dunblane before making their way to a small reception for family members, including Murray's divorced parents and his grandparents, and close friends, such as former British tennis No. 1 star Tim Henman and his wife, BBC News reported.

The groom wore a traditional Scottish blue and green kilt, paired with a black cropped jacket and matching vest over a white shirt.

Sears, who is English and also 27, looked like a princess bride in a white bridal ball gown with a thick, sparkling sash and matching crystal embellishments around the shoulders of her elbow-length sleeves. She also sported a cathedral-length veil and wore her wavy brown hair down, decorated with a jeweled side hairpiece.

Her dress was designed by Jenny Packham, a favorite designer of Kate Middleton. The U.K. newspaper The Independent added that she also sported silver Jimmy Choo sandals.

Sears had four bridesmaids, who wore magenta gowns and matching shawls. As they left the church as newlyweds, bells rang and guests showed them with confetti. One of Sears' bridesmaids carried her long veil as the happy couple made their way into a car and waved to a large crowd of fans that gathered outside the church, as seen in a BBC News video.

Murray and Sears got engaged in November after dating for about nine years. They met at the U.S. Open in 2005.

A day before the wedding, Murray posted an epic tweet that showcased his excitement. 

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