Too cute! The first snap from Rylan Clark’s STUNNING wedding day

He married former police officer Dan Neal earlier this month in what was evidently a stunning ceremony. 

And with Rylan Clark returning to the day-job as a showbiz reporter on ITV's This Morning today, he offered viewers the very first sneak-peak snaps of his Big Day.

Surrounded by no fewer than 10 bridesmaids dressed in full-length white gowns, one image shows the happy couple signing the register together.

In another, Katie Price, Eamonn Holmes and Claire Richards from Steps are captured puckering up for a selfie. 

The 27-year-old reality TV star also told presenters Holly Willoughby and Phil Schofield that he and his new husband shunned a lucrative magazine deal in order to maintain privacy. 

Indeed, the day itself appears to have been refreshingly laid-back – with some key elements being left very much to the 11th hour.

"We left our outfits right to the last minute," Rylan admitted on air. 

"It was the one thing we forgot to do… and this amazing company made our outfits in two weeks! I drew up what I wanted and they made it.

"I literally couldn’t thank them enough."

As well as Katie, Eamonn and Claire, other well-known names in attendance included Amy Childs and Gok Wan.

He and Dan wed in his native Essex on November 7, surrounded by friends and family. They were engaged for a little over a year, with the former Mr Clark also now changing his Twitter handle to Rylan Clark-Neal. 

The couple have been dating since 2013, after Rylan interviewed the father-of-one on Big Brother's Bit On The Side

He and Dan honeymooned in the tropical island nation of the Maldives following their nuptials. 

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