Funnyman David Walliams is now officially off the market after marrying Dutch supermodel, Lara Stone, at the weekend. The Little Britain star, who in the past has been linked with countless beautiful women despite constant speculation over his sexuality, married the model on Sunday at Claridges hotel in London, after a nine-month whirlwind romance.
The bride's signature curves were on full display in a Ricardo Tisci for Givenchy cream dress with a thigh-high slit, trimmed with gold brocade and a lace gold train. The flamboyant groom, who might reasonably have been expected to wear a dress as well, chose instead a traditional grey suit with matching grey tie.
The ceremony took place in the ballroom of the hotel, which was filled with white roses and fairy lights. BBC producer Robin Dashwood, who was best man along with Matt Lucas, read Philip Larkin's poem First Sight and Lara's friend, fellow model Linda Jeuring, read Yeats' He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven.
The bride cried as she said her vows in front of the 200 guests: a mixture of close friends and family with a rather substantial smattering of celebrities, including comedy royalty Ronnie Corbett and his wife Anne, Tom Ford, Jonathon Ross and Jane Goldman, Denise Van Outen and Lee Mead, and James Corden accompanied by a pretty blonde. Lucas provided the laughs by wheeling out the cake dressed as Marjorie Dawes, the 'fat fighter' from the Little Britain sketch show. Guests then headed off to Shoreditch House for the after party, where Fearne Cotton provided the DJ set and bride Lara changed into a shimmering gold sequined number (pictured above).

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