Kim Sears and Andy Murray FINALLY tied the knot in Andy's hometown of Dunblane after 10 years of dating this weekend and although the pair look absolutely smitten upon leaving the cathedral, the mood before hand was very different...
Getting hitched in Scotland definitely has its up-sides — the stunning scenery, the quaint villages and the grand castles, manor houses and churches that are the venues of every bride-to-be's dreams. However the changeable weather isn't one of them.
On the morning of the big day, the heaven's opened and unleashed a wrath of rain, snow, hail and wind of such epic proportions that not even the strongest roll and set hairstyle could withstand. And unfortunately 27-year-old Kim was another victim at its mercy.
Upon exiting her car with a host of bridesmaids in tow, Kim dashed her way into the chapel in a mist of slush and gale. Her hair remarkably managed to stay perfectly styled in the wind though, for a minute there, we thought we'd be seeing Andy's mum Judy running after her veil down the street. Yep, it was that bad...
To stop her gorgeous wedding dress from getting damp in the rain, her trusty, pink-hued bridesmaids were on hand to hold her voluminous frock aloft as she ran into the church — albeit with a huge smile still on her face. Atta' girl!
Luckily for Andy and Kim the rain stopped just in time for them to make their first public appearance as newlyweds as they made their way to into the people-lined streets of the Scottish village to give their supporters and well-wishers a wave (and us our first proper look at Kim's GORGEOUS gown).
A bespoke creation by acclaimed wedding dress designer Jenny Packham, it features a plunging neckline, a full skirt with layer upon layer of silk and tulle, a low back and show-stopping embellished 3/4 length sleeves.
With a matching beaded waistband which made its way round to the small of Kim's back, this has to be the ultimate fairytale wedding dress.
Co-ordinating her look with a bejewelled hairband and a full-length veil that romantically billowed in the wind, there's no wonder Andy can't stop smiling at his new bride — what a knockout!
The 27-year-old gloom looked dapper in his traditional garb with a kilt made from the Murray Clan tartan and a cravat in stylish dove grey — the accent colour of the entire wedding.
We're feeling all the feels for these two newlyweds. Major congratulations guys — we can't wait to see the honeymoon pics!