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Newlywed Cat Deeley shows off bridal look for fashion awards
She recently wed her Irish comedian love Patrick Kielty in Rome.
And it looks like Cat Deeley is still is in wedding mode, rocking a bridal look as she stepped out at the WSGN Global Fashion Awards on Monday night.
The presenter wore a silk ivory Charlie Brear 1930s dress, complete with an ostrich feather overskirt.
She paired the eye-catching ensemble with a white blazer, which managed to steer the outfit away from total bridal territory.
The 36-year-old, who wore her hair straight and sported natural make-up, was hosting the ceremony at London’s lavish Savoy hotel.
The awards show recognises and rewards brilliance in fashion and retail design across the globe.
Cat was joined by Downton Abbey star Joanne Froggatt. The actress, clad in a simple orange dress, looked appropriately glammed up for the event as she posed for the cameras.
And songstress Pixie Lott was also in attendance. The popstar showed off her svelte frame in an off-the-shoulder black dress that she spiced up with a lemon-hued oversized floral headpiece.
Fans were surprised when Cat's ten-year friendship with Patrick Kielty turned into love. And the couple did it again by marrying quietly in Rome.
It's thought that the bride wore a ruffled dress, with flowers in her hair . Meanwhile, her 41-year-old groom was dashing in a black suit.
They tied the knot in St Isidore’s College Church, with Patrick's parish priest Father Gary Donegan officiating. Such was the secrecy surrounding their big day that some guests only learned about the wedding at the last minute.
The British TV presenter has been radiating contentment since they were first linked after holidaying with her Irish comedian beau in February.
Soon afterwards the funnyman moved into her Beverly Hills Mansion, and rumours of an engagement began to circulate.
These were denied, but it was clearly serious as Patrick hinted last year that it wouldn't be long before he had a ring on his wedding finger. "I think that might be my New Year's resolution... to get married," he said.