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Stephen Fry has married his partner Elliot Spencer at a registry office in Norfolk.
The actor and presenter posted a picture to his 8.5 million Twitter followers of the couple signing a marriage register, tweeting:
Earlier this month Fry, 57, tweeted that a "certain cat is out of a certain bag" after details of his planned marriage to 27-year-old Spencer became front page news.