Emma Bunton marries Jade Jones after 20 year relationship

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Watch: Emma Bunton and Jade Jones have tied the knot!

Emma Bunton has married Jade Jones - her partner of more than 20 years. 

The Spice Girls singer, 45, made the announcement on Instagram on Tuesday. 

Bunton captioned the photo simply “Mr and Mrs Jones”. The pair, who share two children, have been together since 1998 and got engaged 15 years ago. 

Emma Bunton marries Jade Jones after 20 year relationship (PA)
Emma Bunton marries Jade Jones after 20 year relationship (PA)

Baby Spice wore a white mini dress, with long sleeves and train, while the groom sported a Gucci blazer and black t-shirt for ceremony. 

The moment was captured by London photographer Andrew Timms who posted a photo of the couple standing under a leaf and white flower arch and wrote: “Thank you for trusting me with your special day.”

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Louise Redknapp, Keith Lemon and Ashley Roberts were among the celebrities who congratulated the couple. 

Bandmate Victoria Beckham said: “Congratulations. Love u both so much!”

Holly Willoughby wrote: “Aww my beautiful Baby! Stand up Mrs Jones… love you both.” 

I’m A Celebrity winner Giovanna Fletcher added: “Huge congratulations! What gorgeous news.”

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In 2007 the couple welcomed their first son. They announced they were expecting a second son in May 2011 - Tate. 

Bunton became engaged to the former Damage singer shortly after. 

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