Janice Dickinson marries Dr Robert Gerner in romantic Beverly Hills ceremony

'He's the brightest and the best and the funniest and the most exciting man I've ever met in my life'

Supermodel Janice Dickinson has tied the knot with her fourth husband.

The 61-year-old tied the knot with Dr Robert Gerner, whom she affectionately nicknames 'Rocky', in a romantic ceremony at a friend's home in Beverly Hills.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Janice said: 'I am so delighted, ecstatic, over the moon, out of body, a runaway bride. When Rocky first introduced himself to me, I felt like I had seen a unicorn, a one of a kind. He's the brightest and the best and the funniest and the most exciting man I've ever met in my life.'

Janice wore a long-sleeved empire line bridal gown by designer Jane Booke for the occasion, whilst Rocky also stuck to tradition in a smart black tuxedo.

Guests were treated to a meal of grilled chicken skewers, mini quiches, sandwiches and salads, and a three-tiered wedding cake with layers of red velvet, chocolate fudge and vanilla.

The wedding marks a happy point at the end of a difficult year for the former I'm A Celeb contestant, who revealed in March that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer.

She later confirmed that she had undergone treatment and was now cancer-free, and used her own experience to raise the importance of women checking their breasts regularly.

Janice credited Rocky and their upcoming nuptials for getting her through her illness: 'I am finally over the hump and the fright for myself and my family from the most horrible word in the world, cancer,' she said previously to Entertaiment Tonight of her big day.

'I've been reborn and the days are much bluer, the clouds are much brighter, roses smell rosey-er, and I finally heard from my betrothed that we are going to do this now, we will be tying the knot this year.'


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