Tom Odell has married Georgie Somerville.
The 'Another Love' hitmaker, 32, and the model, 22, said their vows at church with friends and family on Sunday (25.11.23).
Tom's songwriting pal, Tom Rosenthal, shared a blurry picture of the couple from inside the church and captioned it on his Instagram Story: "Congratulations to the brilliant duo @meme.devil and @tompeterodell. This is the only shot I got but I think we can all agree I nailed it."
More photos shared by Georgie showed the bride's beautiful long-sleeved ivory gown with a matching floral headband.
Tom opted for a traditional tuxedo and had a miniature version of his wife's bouquet in his top pocket.
The happy couple have been engaged since 2020.
The British star has been honest about his dating life in the past and hasn't had the best of luck with women and has even resorted to desperate measures like climbing out of a toilet window in order to cut short one evening.
He told Cosmopolitan in 2016: "I've been on some bad dates. One was so bad I actually climbed out of the toilet window.
"I've definitely come up with a few excuses too, like, 'My friend is going through something, I've got to go' or 'My house is burning down'. There's only so many times you can use that one though."
Tom once attempted to write a song in a "cheesy" attempt to apologise to a girlfriend.
And he thinks the most romantic gift he could ever give someone would be a book.
He said: "When I was 19, I made the awful mistake of writing a song for someone.
"I was in the doghouse because I'd forgotten to get her a Valentine's Day present and I wrote a song because it was the quickest thing I can do.
"It wasn't very well written and was so obvious and cheesy.
"Now I think that the best gift you can get someone is a book inspired by that person."
Tom went on to explain that he has never singled out a single physical feature that he finds attractive but admits he is unsure exactly what it is that draws him to someone.
He told the publication: "I've never said that someone has great hair or a lovely [bottom].
"It's like a symphony... it's the violins, the piano, the percussion, and when they all come together, it's attractive even though you don't know why."