Hall’s daughters Georgia May and Elizabeth Jagger kept to their mother’s palette of choice in matching aqua bridesmaids gowns and metallic shoes, just like mom.
Even the flower girls followed suit, adding to the fairytale vibe of the day as they toted their blossoming wicker baskets in Cinderella-esque blue satin gowns and dainty sterling slippers.
In addition to Murdoch and Hall’s combined ten children, plus their spouses and children, the guest list included such recognizable names as actor Michael Caine, musical theater composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, model Kristen McMenamy, and the impossibly chic Bianca Jagger.
A reception is expected to follow this morning’s service.
Original Post, 3/4: Media mogul Rupert Murdoch and model Jerry Hall have officially entered wedded bliss. The couple tied the knot on Friday after a whirlwind romance; they announced their engagement in the births, marriages, and deaths section of The Times newspaper, owned by Murdoch, this January.
The couple married in a civil ceremony at Spencer House in London, according to the BBC. They’ll have a private “ceremony of celebration” on Saturday at St. Bride’s Church on Fleet Street, which is considered the “journalists’ church.” According to the Sydney Morning Herald, all six of their daughters will be bridesmaids, and Hall is rumored to be wearing a dress designed by Vivienne Westwood.
Murdoch, 89, and Hall, 59, were introduced by Murdoch’s relatives and dated for four months before getting engaged. They went public as a couple back in October at the Rugby World Cup, and have posed together on red carpets during this year’s awards season. Murdoch has six children and three previous marriages, most recently to Wendi Deng. Hall had a longtime relationship with Mick Jagger, though their marriage ceremony was never legally enforced, and the two share four children.