Fergie thrilled to renew wedding vows

Fergie is “delighted” about renewing her wedding vows.

Fergie is “delighted” about renewing her wedding vows.

The Black Eyed Peas singer made a second commitment to husband Josh Duhamel on the eve of her first wedding anniversary in the last week and her mother Terri Ferguson has revealed the service went well.

Terri said: “I have spoken to my daughter since they renewed their vows and she is delighted about the ceremony.”

She also revealed the couple are happier than ever, adding to website RadarOnline: “They are in charge of their own lives and I’m sure things will be wonderful. From what I heard, the latest ceremony sounded like paradise to me.”

Fergie, 34, and Josh, 37, renewed their commitment to each other in a ceremony on a beach in California.

A source said: “Fergie was crying and seemed very emotional. They were both dressed nicely and walked right out to the bluff outside the hotel where weddings often take place. A minister was waiting for them.”

Following on from the renewal, the pair had dinner together at the Bacara Resort, where they had the restaurant to themselves.

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