Love Island stars Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt look incredible as they get married in front of celeb pals
LOVE Island stars Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt have got married in a "beautiful" ceremony.
The pair, who got engaged in February, tied the knot in front of some of their celeb pals today.
Scots beauty Camilla, 32, was one of the first in the Love Island villa in 2017.
She seemed destined to be unlucky in love on the ITV show until Jamie, 31, came in after more than four weeks.
The adorable pair were a huge hit with viewers and were runners-up to Amber Davies and Kem Cetinay, despite only being together a short time.
But the foundations they built on the reality show have clearly been built to last after they said "I do" in front of their loved ones.
Camilla looked stunning in a gorgeous white fit and flare wedding dress, beaming as she held a glass of bubbly.
New hubby Jamie looked dashing in his dark three-piece suit, as he grinned from ear to ear while holding a beer.
Their celeb pal Jake Quickenden was the first to share snaps from the event.
He posted a series of pics on Instagram, including two which showed the happy couple alongside their fellow islander Marcel Somerville and his partner Rebecca, as well as Jake and his fiancée Sophie Church.
The X Factor singer wrote: "Wonderful day, and such a beautiful ceremony. You scrub up @jamiejewitt_ and @camillathurlow you look incredible."
Jamie used baby daughter Nell to help him propose back in February.
Camilla revealed her man "totally surprised" her with the proposal, where he gave her a stunning engagement ring after dressing their baby, Nell, in a T-shirt that asked: "Mummy, will you marry my daddy?"
Hunky Jamie said at the time he couldn't wait to be married to the love of his life – and now his dream has come true.
The pair welcomed Nell into the world in October, and were besotted from the very start.
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