Loose Women host Andrea McLean recently tied the knot with Nick Feeney, and wore the most divine looking dress for her big day. 

 

And while the presenter gave us all a little peek at her dress in a post she shared on Instagram, her co-presenter Stacey Solomon shared a full length photo of the bride and we can't help but gush over her beautiful lace dress. 

 

The fishtail, the way it fits - it is simply gorgeous.

 

 

There nothing more beautiful than true love between truly lovely people #Andrea&Nick #JustMarried #Love

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The 48-year-old got engaged to her long-term partner at the start of this year, after meeting on a blind date four years ago. 

 

Andrea, who is mum to Amy and Finlay from a previous marriage, is clearly besotted with her new husband, and took to Instagram to express her love for the business man who got down on one knee in Paris. 

 

 

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"I’m so happy that from today Nick and I will be walking through life hand in hand, side by side," she wrote. 

 

"I didn’t dare hope that I would find love again when all seemed lost, and the world felt dark and sad... but four years ago today I reluctantly went on a blind date and the man who would change my life forever kissed my cheek and whispered “I’m so nervous” in my ear. “So am I” I whispered back.

 

 

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"In four years we have talked, listened, laughed and learned to love again. My broken heart is not only fixed, it is filled to bursting. I have learned that love in middle age comes with so much more... the past isn’t left behind, it travels with you, and teaches you what you don’t want as much as what you do.

 

"It brings baggage, history and scars, but over time it becomes something stronger and more solid because of all of that. I dared to dream, and today my dreams are coming true. I love you @lordfeeney."

 

Congratulations to the happy couple! 

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