Jerry Hall tweeted a sweet photo of herself with her large family and it looked “beautiful,” indeed.
Hall shared a photo of her and her new husband, media mogul, Rupert Murdoch, surrounded by their children from previous relationships.
She captioned the snap: “My beautiful family! Photo: David Bailey.” Hall and Murdoch married at Spencer House, a property owned by the late Princess Diana’s brother Earl Spencer, on March 4.
My beautiful family!
Photo: David Bailey pic.twitter.com/FnzkhPgf3E
— Jerry Hall (@JerryHall_) March 14, 2016
On March 5, they had an hour-long blessing at St. Bride’s, dubbed as the “spiritual home of the media.”
Murdoch’s four daughters from his previous three marriages were present: Chloe 12, Grace, 14, Elisabeth, 47, and Prudence, 57 as well as sons, Lachlan, 44 and James, 43.
Hall has two daughters with Sir Mick Jagger: Georgia, 24 and Lizzie, 32. Her sons James Jagger, 30 and Gabriel, 18 were also in attendance.
— VOGUE.CO.UK (@BritishVogue) March 12, 2016
The wedding was attended by many famous names in the entertainment and media industry. Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sir Michael Caine, and Bob Geldof were among the famous faces spotted at the event.
This is Murdoch’s fourth marriage, while this is the first official marriage for former supermodel. She and Jagger had a Hindu wedding ceremony in Bali, Indonesia in 1990, but the British court declared it invalid.
My favourite wedding pic. Jerry Hall & Mick Jagger get hitched: Bali, Nov 1990. pic.twitter.com/EYs7ChsLva
— Mark Colvin (@Colvinius) March 5, 2016
Murdoch, 85, and Hall, 59, reaffirmed their wedding vows at an hour-long church service, while music by Vivaldi, Wagner, and Schubert and the hymns “Jerusalem” and “Amazing Grace” played.
Jerry Hall looked happy and radiant in her flowing powder blue dress.
“Jerry has simply not stopped smiling. She was ecstatic – they both were – it was a fantastic service,” Rolling Stone Bill Wyman observed.
Murdoch took to Twitter to announce that he was the “happiest and luckiest man in the world,” on the big day.
No more tweets for ten days or ever! Feel like the luckiest AND happiest man in world.
— Rupert Murdoch (@rupertmurdoch) March 4, 2016