Cycling star Mark Cavendish has married his sweetheart Peta Todd in a glamorous ceremony in London.
Todd, 26, who predicted on Twitter that she would "allow a little cry" as she walked down the aisle clearly managed to pull herself together for the wedding snaps.
The former glamour model beamed in her white strapless dress with lace detailing at the bodice.
Cavendish, 28, swapped his skintight racing lycras for a smart blue suit with a black and white spotted tie and a white rose in his lapel.
The pair tied the knot at One Mayfair, a former church in central London.
As a wedding gift, the couple asked for donations to be split between two charities - Help For Heroes and Right To Play - instead of presents.
Isle of Man-born Cavendish, dubbed the Manx Missile, is one of the world's greatest road racers with a host of Tour de France stage victories to his name.
His most successful year on his bike was 2011 when he became the first British cyclist to win the Points Classification at the Tour de France winning the Green Jersey. He also won the UCI Road Race World title, ending Britain's 46-year wait for a champion in the event.
His Omega Pharma racing team congratulated the couple on Twitter:
The couple, who met in 2010, have a daughter called Delilah Grace born in April last year. She has a son, Finnbar, from a previous relationship.