Joel Dommett gets married | ...with Iain Stirling officiating © Joel Dommett/Instagram

Joel Dommett gets married

...with Iain Stirling officiating

comedyJoel Dommett has married model Hannah Cooper – with Iain Stirling officiating.

The pair tied the knot on a Mykonos beach on Monday after three years together.

They shared the news on Instagram– the very platform on which they first met – with both sharing the same picture of them beaming with joy beneath a shower of confetti.

Joel, 33, wore a grey T-shirt and trainers with his suit, while Hannah wore a lacy off-the-shoulder bridal gown.

The comedian wrote: 'BEST DAY EVER. Love you' while Hannah shared the same snap with the caption 'My heart'.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

BEST DAY EVER. Love you @hannah_cooper_

A post shared by Joel Dommett (@joeldommett) on

In another posted he thanked Stirling saying: 'A You made it perfect.. and a little like I was on Love Island.'

Hannah thanked both her new husband and Stirling in one of her posts saying: 'Thank you for being the most perfect combination of funny, serious and compassionate... to both @joeldommett and @iaindoesjokes that is. (possibly the only photo of me not crying my eyes out)'.

Stirling also posted pictures of the wedding party celebrating on a yacht:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Bride and Groom 👰 🤵

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Published: 11 Sep 2019

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