Published: 13th April 2015
Dunblane was gripped by wedding fever as tennis star Andy Murray married his long-time girlfriend Kim Sears.
The couple, both 27, tied the knot in the town's 12th century cathedral on Saturday.
Andy, who wore long socks to go with his traditional Scottish wedding attire, was greeted by a huge cheer as he arrived with his brother Jamie. Kim soon followed in her embroidered white dress with three-quarter-length sleeves and a lace veil.
The pair emerged 45 minutes later as newlyweds. They were showered with confetti by family and friends, before making the short trip to Cromlix House, the £1.8 million luxury country house hotel which Andy owns, for the reception.
It has been dubbed the Scottish wedding of the year - and those in attendance would certainly agree.
Hundreds of well-wishers braved the forecast rain to catch a glimpse of the duo on their arrival. The clouds had parted and the sun was shining by the time the new Mr and Mrs Murray reappeared, much to the delight of everyone.
Former British tennis number one Tim Henman and his wife Lucy were among the guests at the ceremony.
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