THE TIMES & THE SUN Publisher, 84-Year Old Rupert Weds Former Model, Gifts Her £2.4m Diamond Ring (Photos)

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Rupert Murdoch planted a smacker on new wife Jerry Hall’s
cheek after they tied the knot on Friday at an aristocratic palace.
The 84-year-old media mogul, whose News UK company publishes
The Times and The Sun newspapers, posed for photographers next to the former
supermodel, who couldn’t stop smiling.
He looked proud as punch after the ceremony was held at
Spencer House in London, a venue which is described on its website as “one
of the most sumptuous private residences ever built” in the capital.


The ceremony was witnessed by Mr Murdoch’s son Lachlan, 44,
who was joined by his wife Sarah, and one of Jerry’s closest friends Suzanne
Acosta, wife of Rolling Stones star Bill Wyman. Murdoch’s daughter Elizabeth, 47,
and other son James, 43, were also there.
Earlier in the day a car-load of lavish bouquets of white
flowers were seen being delivered to Jerry’s house along with designer dresses
from Max Mara and Vivienne Westwood and hat boxes.
The pair had a romantic lunch at swanky restaurant Scott’s
in Mayfair and she flashed her wedding band and £2.4million diamond engagement
ring.
The businessman and blonde beauty, 59, are reportedly
holding a service today at St Bride’s Church on London’s Fleet Street – a
fitting location in the home of journalism.
After yesterday’s midday ceremony, Murdoch announced he was
taking a break from social media after his big day.
He posted on the site: “No more tweets for ten days or
ever! Feel like the luckiest AND happiest man in world.”

Last month the couple announced their engagement following a
whirlwind four-month romance.

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