Take That fans met outside a famous church in a Scottish Highland village in a hope to catch sight one of thier idols, the singer Mark Owen as he marries his long term fiancee Emma Ferguson at Cawdor Village Church.
After a long engagement when Emma was presented with a stunning loose diamond for her to set into the ring of her choice, the couple spent some time planning where and how to marry.
The former Take That star planned a low-key wedding, with the couple refusing offers from a number of celebrity magazines to photograph the wedding in return for a large pay day. The couple and their children, Elwood and Willow Rose, were joined by a 50-strong wedding party, including fellow band members Jason Orange, Howard Donald and Gary Barlow.
Their wedding party was held at the nearby Cawdor Castle after the service.
The Highlands are known for high-profile celebrity weddings. In 2000, Madonna and Guy Ritchie tied the knot at Skibo Castle, and had their son Rocco christened at nearby Dornoch Cathedral.