So wild hen parties aside, we heard wedding bells in the wind during the weekend and they were ringing for none other than the stunning Saturdays starlet Una Healy and her groom Ben Foden (although we’re sure there were bells ringing for other lovely couples too!) Yes that’s right ladies the singer and her flashy (or should we say flashing?) husband are now officially husband and wife!

The happy couple were married last Saturday in Tipperary, Ireland and despite the location the event turned out to be a star studded celebrity fest with many of the couple’s celebrity friends flocking to the event to show their support.

Naturally the gorgeous Saturdays acted as Una’s bridesmaids and they all wore lilac off the shoulder gowns complete with silver Aldo shoes and a bouquet of white roses. Fiancé and groom-to-be of Rochelle, Marvin from JLS also scrubbed up a treat in a three piece dove grey suit (sadly lacking hevage.)

Oh and whilst we didn’t get to see Una’s full dress, the cameras did get a peek! Apparently Una and her husband signed a deal with OK Magazine so all the decent photos of the dress and the actual ceremony and reception are theirs.  However (from what we can see) she wore an ivory dress with embroidered silver and yellow roses on the train. We’re also told that she wore her hair in an elegant bun and clutched a bouquet of white roses.

Also her baby daughter Aoife was present at the ceremony but was said to be indoors with Una’s parents. Her sister Deirdre was chief bridesmaid and the groom and bride were said to arrive in impressive black Bentleys. We’re also told that the couple exchanged vows in a way that really celebrated Una’s traditional Irish roots too!

So if you ignore the fact that her husband got drunk, stripped naked and starting dancing around a pole with a stripper we’re sure these two will have a very happy marriage and from all of us here at Hen Heaven HQ we wish them all the best!

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