The Diversity dancer tied the knot on 14 August, a year later than originally planned after the COVID-19 pandemic cancelled the original date in 2021.
Banjo shared highlights from the wedding on his social media including a picture of them hugging at the reception accompanied by the caption: "Forever and ever. Mr & Mrs Banjo."
The dancer and TV host also posted a picture of him celebrating with his two children with the caption "Wedding? Completed it mate."
The celebration was attended by Banjo's brother and fellow dancer Ashley and their Diversity colleague Perri Kiely.
Banjo originally proposed to Courts back in 2020 while they were holidaying together in the Maldives. Banjo had "WILL U MARRY ME" lit up with candles on the water.
The professional dancer who also hosts a show on KISS radio, has previously discussed having to postpone his wedding to Courts.
He said: "Fingers crossed we'll get there. At this point, she'd get married in the kitchen to say we are actually married."
Banjo also discussed his frustration with trying to find the right moment to propose with his busy schedule: "It was the same case when I proposed. I wanted to propose for a while, but something kept happening and now there's a pandemic, it's had to push all the plans back a bit."
Banjo originally rose to fame as a member of dance troupe Diversity who won Britain's Got Talent in 2009.
Since then, he has continued to perform with the troupe while also making multiple TV appearances including a stint on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here and The Masked Dancer.
Banjo also co-hosted the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards three times and has presented on Got to Dance and Dancing on Ice.
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