Irish chef Clodagh McKenna wed English aristocrat Harry Herbert at St. Michael & All Angels Church in Highclere on Saturday, August 15.

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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Posting a series of photos from the big day to Instagram, Whitmore joked that she came "dressed as a Guinness" in a black and white Alessandra Rich dress, which she rented from luxury rental platform Hurr.

The one-shoulder dress was crafted in Italy from black lace and features a puff long sleeve on the left arm, contrast cream scalloped edges and trims throughout, and a front slit with four black bow embellishments at the side. Find it here for £109.

To complete the stout-inspired look, she wore a cream headpiece from Camilla Rose Millinery. The Volute Ivory is described by the designer as "a cream sisal straw button headpiece with matching structural folds". You can find it here for £80.

The Love Island host accessorised with a black Chanel handbag and a pair of statement cat-eye sunglasses.

Whitmore's husband, TV presenter and comedian Iain Stirling, wore a traditional Scottish kilt for the celebrations.

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Both Laura Whitmore and singer Imelda May were seen attending the Cork chef's hen party earlier in the week, with the bride-to-be posting videos to Instagram where all the women can be seen dancing to Madonna's Dress You Up.

Speaking on the Today Show on RTÉ One following her engagement, McKenna spoke about living away from home and why she "sticks together" with her Irish friends.

"Imelda May just lives down the road which is very comforting. It's so lovely to have her down the road."

"And Laura Whitmore is in London. Aren't we all so proud of Laura at the moment, she's doing so well."

"We are genuinely all very close friends and it is the most wonderful thing about being Irish is that when you are abroad we stick together like packs."

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