Jeremy Kyle and Vicky Burton married in front of their close friends and family in a beautiful autumnal wedding in Windsor and he says his new wife saved him after a traumatic few years
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Jeremy Kyle and new wife Vicky beam as the TV star marries the woman who brought him back from “the brink”.
The happy couple finally tied the knot after being forced to cancel the ceremony six times.
Our pictures show Vicky looking sensational in her incredible gown as Jeremy, 56, flashes a big smile minutes after the nuptials in Windsor, Berkshire.
The telly host and his bride became Mr and Mrs Kyle during their secret ceremony.
The loved-up pair married in front of their close friends and family in a beautiful autumnal wedding.
Jeremy wore a smart navy blue suit and a purple tie and couldn’t stop smiling as they left the church on Friday.
Vicky’s stunning dress featuring a satin bodice and tulle skirt.
They said ‘I do’ after years of rescheduling and the recent loss of his dad Patrick.
The couple began dating in 2017 but met years earlier when Victoria worked as a nanny for the star’s kids from his previous relationships.
They got engaged in 2018 and welcomed a baby son in 2020. Along with his son with Vicky, Jeremy has four older children from two previous marriages.
Jeremy knew Vicky was the one after she helped him through a terrible period.
His popular talk show was dramatically pulled off the air in 2019 after guest Steve Dymond died just days after recording an episode.
After losing his job Jeremy opened up on battling with anxiety and depression and told how he had to take pills for the mental health conditions.
The star told The Sun: “Vick’s been my rock in my darkest times.
“So to see her today, having such fun enjoying the wedding of her dreams, was perfect.
“Thankfully, at what is our sixth attempt after all the Covid cancellations and postponements, we got to enjoy the big day we’d both longed for.”
Vicky helped “pull him back from the brink” during his lowest times, he said earlier this year.
“I could not have done it without her — she’s just been so balanced and grounded and supportive,” he previously told The Sun.
“She’s not from that TV world and her advice has really helped me find perspective.
“I would give Vic massive, massive credit for getting me back on my feet.”
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