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Westlife’s Brian McFadden marries Vogue Williams in Dublin

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Former member of Irish boyband Westlife, Brian McFadden is all grown up now after signing the legal wedding papers at a registry office in Dublin over the weekend. McFadden is now married to supermodel Vogue Williams, and will celebrate the nuptials in Italy.

Brian McFadden and Vogue
RTE reports that McFadden and Williams made it legal on Thursday at Dublin registry office in front of a small group of family and friends.

Afterwards, McFadden tweeted ,"I am one happy camper,” which was followed by, “Look out Italy the Irish and Aussies are coming in hot!!!"

The couple, who mainly lives in Australia now, is having their wedding in Florence, Italy at Castello Di Vincigliata in Florence. McFadden’s two daughters, Molly and Lilly Sue, will serve as flower girls.

The newlyweds are said to have penned a deal with a glossy mag in Ireland that will get exclusive rights to their wedding photos and story. Thus, guests have been asked to not bring mobile phones or take pictures at the ceremony in order to honor the deal made.

A source said: "It's a very private compound which is perfect as all of the details of the magazine deal have been finalised.

"Brian and Vogue's guests will be brought to the castle by bus mid-afternoon on Sunday and it is a private estate.

"The magazine is well used to keeping events private and there won't really be a chance of catching a glimpse of the newlyweds in their castle in the Tuscan hills."

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