June 11, 2011 17:55

Lily Allen marries Sam Cooper at Gloucestershire ceremony

Groom also reveals Allen is 16 weeks pregnant at St James The Great church

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Lily Allen has married her fiance Sam Cooper at a wedding ceremony in Gloucester.

The singer tied the knot at the St James The Great church in Cranham this afternoon (June 11). She was escorted by her father and actor Keith Allen.

The ceremony included the hymn 'Lord Of The Dance' and the song 'Jerusalem'.



Fewer than 100 guests attended the tiny church including her younger brother Alfie, who was the subject of a single from her 2006 debut album 'Alright, Still' and her half-sister Sarah Owen, with whom she recently opened a Covent Garden boutique.

Comedian Harry Enfield and broadcaster Angus Deayton were also in attendance, reports the Daily Telegraph.

During his wedding speech, Cooper also revealed that Allen is 16 weeks pregnant with his child. Her pregnancy comes just seven months after she suffered her second miscarriage.

Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis recently claimed that the couple will spend their honeymoon at his festival over the weekend of June 24-26.

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