Irish chef Clodagh McKenna wed English aristocrat Harry Herbert at St. Michael & All Angels Church in Highclere on Saturday, August 14.

The couple tied the knot in a traditional church wedding in front of family and friends including Irish singer Imelda May, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, actor Richard E. Grant, and TV presenters Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling.

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Following their vows, the newlyweds made a fairytale exit to Highclere Castle on a horse drawn carriage steered by the groom.

A well-known figure in the world of thoroughbred racing, Harry is also known for his connections to the award-winning British drama, Downton Abbey. Meanwhile, TV fans will recognise McKenna from her regular cooking slot on ITV's This Morning as well as RTÉ's Clodagh's Irish Food Trails.

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The Cork woman looked radiant in a full-length, white lace gown from Alice Temperley with floral embroidery added around the waist.

The Isabel Dress has a romantic, bohemian style inspired by love charm elements and lacework. Trimmed at the neckline and sleeve with a laurel leaf trim, the dress features a flattering v-neckline, bohemian bell sleeves and flows into a full skirt.

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The 46-year-old paired the dress with a matching floor-length, sheer veil and an eye-catching pendant. Her hair was pulled up into a loose up-do by hair stylist Maurice Flynn, leaving her blonde fringe to frame her face, while her natural look was applied by make-up artist Tasmin Roberts.

The bride carried a stunning bouquet of wild flowers.

Beside her, Harry looked every bit the Downtown Abbey star in an aristocratic suit including a morning tailcoat, pinstripe trousers, cream waistcoat and blue tie.

The two completed the looks with two interesting accessories - a pair of colourful leads attached to their two pups, Nolly and Alfie.

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Harry and Clodagh first met in October of 2017 following a lunch at Fortnum & Mason set up through mutual friends.

Announcing the engagement on Instagram in 2020, Clodagh posted a photo of the two snuggled up by candlelight, with the caption: "We got engaged! We are over the moon with happiness and thank everybody for the lovely warm wishes."

Following the announcement, Clodagh paid a virtual visit to The Today Show on RTÉ One, saying: "We are so happy, we got engaged about six weeks ago. We moved in together about two and a half years ago."

She revealed that Harry had invited her on a romantic stroll in the woods at the front of their home in Highclere Park before popping the question.

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Speaking with Sinead Kennedy and Dáithí Ó Sé, the celebrity chef explained that they planned to hold off on celebrating until family and friends could travel once again following COVID-19 restrictions.

"The most important thing for us is that my family from Ireland can travel here and Harry's got family abroad as well, so we want everyone with us."

"That is the most important thing. Even if it's just a table in the middle of the field and we're all together - that’s what is important. We’re going to wait until next year, fingers crossed."

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When COVID restrictions finally lifted, guests were treated to a weekend of celebrations at Highclere Castle, which has belonged to the groom's family since the late 17th century, and is the birthplace of Harry, who is Queen Elizabeth's godson.

The estate has a long and varied history, and was once used as a hospital for wounded soldiers during the First World War, and as a home for children evacuated from London throughout the Second World War.

Today, the castle is probably best known as the fictional estate of ITV's Downton Abbey.

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Harry and Clodagh currently live in Broadspear House, a 300-year-old cottage nestled on the grounds of Highclere Park, which they plan to transform into a sustainable working homestead in the coming years.

According to Clodagh's website, the two have been hard at work on the site, breathing new life into a one acre 18th-century walled vegetable and fruit garden, set up working bee hives, orchards, wormeries, wild flower meadows, and cutting flower gardens.

Despite being a cheffing "city girl" in London for years before relocating to Broadspear, McKenna told the RTÉ Guide that much of the last couple of years has been both a dream and a learning experience.

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Congrats to the happy couple!