The Great British Bake Off star has tied the knot!
Ruby Tandoh, famed for her culinary talents as part of the Great British Bake Off alumni, has tied the knot to her partner Leah Pritchard.
The pair, who announced their relationship in 2015 after Ruby came out as bisexual, opted for a very private occasion - inviting just a few friends and family members to attend.
The duo celebrated their big day near the chef's hometown of Sheffield - deciding to hold their reception in their favourite old school cinema, Abbeydale Picturehouse.
Pictures shared at the event reveal Ruby wore a stunning ivory floor-length vintage-style gown, whilst Leah opted for a fabulous midnight blue suit and graphic shirt combo.
While Ruby hasn't posted any snaps from the ceremony, the 26-year-old took to Instagram to share a photo from their glittery reception.
In the snap, the couple are pictured in a heartwarming embrace following their special day.
The couple have been inundated with well wishes from followers.
One user writes: 'So unbelievably happy for you both. You truly deserve to enjoy a beautiful, harmonious and joyous life together.'
Another shares: 'Congrats! May your lives together be filled with love!'
Ruby and Leah found love after meeting on dating app Tinder back in 2014, following Ruby's stint on Bake Off.
However, the couple decided not to go public with their romance until 2015, after Ruby decided to address her bisexuality on social media.
Tweeting a link to Diana Ross’ disco hit I’m Coming Out, Ruby confirmed that she had told her parents and was 'feeling lucky and joyful and free'.
In the same message, Ruby also slammed the flirting allegations regarding her onscreen relationship with Paul Hollywood - labeling the speculation 'misogynistic'.
A massive congratulations to Ruby and Leah on their very happy news!
Words by Alice-Rose Perry
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