Cricketer David Willey said he was an "emotional wreck" when he saw his bride-to-be, former X Factor contestant Carolynne Good, walking down the aisle.
The Yorkshire County Cricket Club player married Carolynne during an intimate ceremony in Leeds.
The 36-year-old placed third in BBC's Fame Academy in 2003 and also went far in the X Factor two years in a row.
In 2011, she made it through to the X Factor judges' houses stage, but was sent home. The following year, she progressed to the live shows - but was sent home in a controversial deadlock that saw Rylan Clark remain in the singing show.
Talking about seeing his bride in the church, David, 26, told Hello!: "I was blown away. I was just an emotional wreck. She looked stunning. It was the best day of my life."
Carolynne wore a gown from Ellis Bridals and her close friend, Coronation Street actress Lucy-Jo Hudson, was her bridesmaid.
"It was perfect. When I got to the end of the aisle, I was so happy to see David," she told Hello!.
The singer said she knew immediately that David was "the one".
She said: "Meeting David, it was like suddenly the missing piece of me was found.
"We'd not long been dating and it was my birthday, so he'd taken me out for a meal and bought me some flowers. I remember feeling as if I'd known him forever."
The wedding reception was held at Wood Hall Hotel and Spa in Wetherby, and guests included Lucy-Jo's husband, Coronation Street star Alan Halsall and former Emmerdale star Natalie Anderson.
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