Fearne Cotton has got married to Jesse Wood.

The BBC radio presenter, 32, and the 37-year-old rocker, son of Rolling Stones star Ronnie Wood, tied the knot in a low key ceremony at a registry office in London today.

The duo exchanged vows in front of a small number of guests, including Ronnie, 67.

The blonde beauty, whose mother Krissy Findlay died of an accidental overdose in 2005, walked down the aisle with her father, Mick Cotton, in a heavily embellished, white Pucci wedding gown, trimmed with sparkly silver beads, after getting ready for her special day at The Ritz London hotel.

The couple, who have a 17-moth-old son Rex together, announced their engagement last Christmas and have been together since meeting on holiday in Ibiza in 2011.

Fearne recently admitted she couldn't wait to marry Jesse, who has daughter Lola, eight, and son Arthur, 12, from his first marriage to Tilly Wood.

She told the August issue of Red magazine: "I can't wait to be a wife. It just feels really solid. I want to have the same surname. I want to feel like we've done it properly."

Fearne was previously engaged to skateboarder Jesse Jenkins, but the couple called off their engagement and split nine months later in 2011.

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