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Made In Chelsea Stars Jamie Laing And Sophie Habboo Marry In London

Made in Chelsea stars Jamie Laing and his partner Sophie Habboo have married in a ceremony surrounded by their friends and family.

The reality TV stars tied the knot on Friday (April 14) in London after announcing their engagement in December 2021.

The couple, who have been together since 2019 continued the celebrations at Stanley’s restaurant in Chelsea, with Laing, 34, posting an image of the three-course menu on his Instagram story.

Life begins today

— Jamie Laing (@JamieLaing_UK) April 14, 2023 The lavish spread included a pistachio smokehouse trout starter which was accompanied by asparagus, maltaise sauce, quail egg, burrata, beetroot, sour cheery harissa, blood orange and radish.

Their main was a capers onglet steak with an array of sides, including squash, kale and hazelnut roasted cod, and wedding cake to finish.

He also shared a photo of some of his wedding guests sitting outside at the venue enjoying drinks.

Made in Chelsea star Jamie Laing teased fans ahead of the wedding day Ahead of the day, Laing shared a sweet montage on Instagram of clips of him and Habboo, 29, laughing, dancing and hugging each other.

Alongside the post, he wrote: “I get to Marry my best mate this week and I cannot wait.”

Habboo also kept her more than 500,000 Instagram followers up to date on her wedding preparations ahead of the big day, which included hair styling, monthly hydra facials and treatments which help sculpt your body.

British jeweller Delaval Knight, based in Chelsea, said they designed the couple’s wedding bands.

The rings were 18-carat gold and had their wedding date engraved inside to remember the occasion.

The couple announced their engagement on Instagram in 2021, revealing Laing popped the question at the London hotel where they had their first date.

Sharing photos and videos of the pair together on Instagram, in which Habboo is wearing a baseball cap reading Mrs Laing-to-be, he wrote: “I couldn’t think of anything better than spending the rest of my life with you @habboosophie.”