TV star Jeremy Kyle has tied the knot with Vicky Burton in a secret ceremony in Windsor
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Jeremy Kyle has wed Vicky Burton.
The TV host and his bride became Mr and Mrs Kyle during a secret ceremony on Friday.
The couple tied the knot at Saints Church in Windsor, Berks, after several years of rescheduling and the recent loss of his dad Patrick.
Speaking after the nuptials, 56-year-old Jeremy 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 looked every inch the blushing bride on the day in an white gown featuring a satin bodice and tulle skirt.
She completed her bridal look with a veil and tiara and toted a bouquet crafted out of red, white and pink blooms.
Matching floral arrangements were also erected around the doorway to the church where the ceremony took place.
Jeremy sported a navy blue suit teamed with a crisp white shirt and patterned tie.
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.
Jeremy and Vicky 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.
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He shares 30-year-old daughter Harriet with Kirsty Rowley and son Henry, 11, and daughters Alice, 17, and 15-year-old Ava with Carla Germaine.
Jeremy was once one of the most-watched people on television.
However, 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.
And at the time of bravely speaking on his mental health problems he told how partner Vicky helped “pull him back from the brink” during his lowest times.
“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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