September 3, 2011 16:18

Mark Ronson marries French actress Josephine de la Baume

Lily Allen and Kate Moss are among the guests at south France ceremony

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Mark Ronson has married French actress Josephine de la Baume in the south of France today (September 3).

The couple tied the knot in Aix en Provence, with guests at the two-day ceremony including Lily Allen and supermodel Kate Moss, who also recently married The Kills' Jamie Hince, reports Holymoly.com.

The pair originally met in 2009. Ronson's wife also appeared in the video for his track 'The Bike Song', which featured The View's Kylie Falconer on vocals. The song featured on Ronson's 2010 album 'Record Collection'.

The producer and singer donned a candy-striped suit and Ray-Ban sunglasses for the big day while the French actress wore a low-cut Zac Posen wedding gown and cropped veil.

Ronson recently held a special tribute gig in London for late singer and friend Amy Winehouse, which saw The Zutons' singer Dave McCabe perform the song that she covered for the producer's 'Version' album, making it an international hit.


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