Fearne Cotton has shared the sweetest photo in honour of her fourth wedding anniversary. The former BBC Radio 1 presenter posted a black and white snap of her and Jesse Woods sharing their first kiss as husband and wife.


“4 years married to this wonderful man. @jessejameswood A day of love all around,” the mum wrote.


Fearne wore a custom-made Emilio Pucci's Peter Dundas dress on her wedding day. The dress fell just before the ankle and featured a stunning sequin panel on the top.



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The 36-year-old married Jesse, who is the son of Rolling Stones member Ronnie Wood, married at a London registry office.


The duo were joined by an array of famous faces, including one of Fearne’s closest friends Holly Willoughby, Tom Fletcher and Dermot O'Leary.


Fearne and Jesse were joined by their son Rex, who was 17-months-old at the time, for their first dance. How adorable!



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Jesse recently opened up about the day he met Fearne in a touching Instagram post.


He shared a snap of the duo in Ibiza, where they were introduced during the summer of 2011.



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“Today is also the day seven years ago I & my double chin, in Ibiza, met this goddess of a woman named Fearne. I love June 11th for this, but not as much as I love her,” he wrote.


“Love you MRS WOOD @fearnecotton.”


Fearne and Jesse have two children together- a six-year-old son Rex and two-year-old daughter Honey. The presenter is also step-mum to Jesse’s two other children from a previous marriage.




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