Made In Chelsea’s Lucy Watson confirms she’s married with sweet wedding snap

By Obiajulu Chiagoziem

Lucy Watson, Made in Chelsea star, has confirmed getting married to James Dunmore with a sweet wedding photo.

Lucy, 30, took to her social media to share shots of herself and the husband at the blissful event. She simply captioned the Picture which she posted on Instagram with the date of the wedding.

The couple tied the nuptial knot on the 12th day of September in a romantic ceremony in Kefalonia, Greece.

It was a glamorous event attended by both friends, family and business associates.

Lucy glowed in her flowing white wedding dress that featured ruffles that looked like the waves of the sea.

She had her hair tied up in a bun which was covered in a stunning veil. James, the man of the day, wasn’t left out. He looked dapper as ever in his black suit.

Congratulatory messages and comments came thropping in as soon as she updated her marital post.

“So beautiful!!! x” , Sophie Habboo commented, while her sister, Tiffany Watson simply added a few heart emojis.

“Oh this is stunning, congratulations!!!” Influencer, Grace Beverley commented.

Lucy and James Dunmore met themselves on the set of E4 show back in 2015, and last September , Lucy announced their engagement.

According to Lucy, James had put a lot of planning into the proposal, including booking a “yacht trip”.

She said: “He got the hotel we were staying in to send me a letter saying we were going on a free yacht trip (awkwardly I wasn’t that surprised). He had booked the boat and planned everything.

“The boat was stunning and I was trying to get content for the hotel. There was a full vegan meal and champagne and we went on a crazy beautiful tour of some private islands. Some of the prettiest scenes I’ve ever witnessed.

“We went to take a photo together and there he was on one knee. I was literally in shock, my heart didn’t beat for like three seconds.

“We then spent the day on the boat and had the best time with another couple we’re friends with, watched the sun go down. It was perfect.”