Hundreds of fans have turned out to watch Irish country singer Daniel O'Donnell marry Majella McLennan at a ceremony in his native Co Donegal.
Crowds lined the road to the church in the singer's home village of Kincasslagh as the couple got hitched.
Majella, 41, wearing a sleeveless cream embroidered dress with a veil, took the chance to shake hands and thank many of O'Donnell's fans before the ceremony.
Her daughter Siobhan, from her previous marriage which was annulled last summer, was a bridesmaid as were his nieces Patricia and Fiona Doogan.
Emerging afterwards to greet fans and pose for the media with his new wife, the 40-year-old singer said the wedding was a very emotional occasion.
"The music, the singing, the service - it was all lovely," he said. "There were many tears, it was very emotional."
When asked what would happen to the all the fans' hearts she had broken his wife, originally from Co Tipperary, said she was sorry and would look after them all.
"I feel wonderful, absolutely wonderful," she said.
Dorothy Moore, 81, who moved to Kenya 40 years ago, said she had timed her visit home especially to see the star marry.
"I've been a fan since he started," she said. "I think it's very exciting, I'm delighted for them."
Betty Canning, of Coleraine, Co Antrim, handed the singer a gift of a cut glass bowl as he arrived at the church.
"My heart is thumping," she said. "I'm absolutely over the moon.
"Daniel is wonderful, I would go to Timbuktu to see him."
Some 550 guests - including friends, family and neighbours - attended the traditional wedding at St Mary's Church, set at the water's edge on the rugged Donegal coastline.
As Daniel, 40, arrived at the church at 12.50pm dressed in a navy velvet suit and gold waistcoat, he shook hands and thanked some of the fans who had gathered.
Majella arrived shortly afterwards at around 1.25pm and greeted fans who sang It's a Long Way to Tipperary to her.
Earlier, Daniel's sister Margot, 51, said St Mary's Church had played a big part in the lives of the O'Donnell family, and that the wedding would be a very emotional event.
"This is the church where everything happened," she said.
"Daniel was baptised in this church, he made his Holy Communion and was confirmed there.
"Both our brother John and sister Kathleen were married there too.
"Daniel and Majella wanted the church to be the most important part of the day, that's why all the 550 guests are invited to the church as well as the reception."
She said that although there would be many fans present the day was mainly the couple's.
"This is Daniel and Majellas' day more than anything else," she said.
O'Donnell began singing as a teenager before touring the Irish expatriot clubs in the UK and eventually playing to packed concert halls and arenas around the world.
He was made an honorary MBE for his services to the music industry in the Queen's New Year Honours List this year.