B*Witched star Keavy Lynch ties the knot with partner Nathaniel Corner

Congratulations to the couple!

B*Witched songstress Keavy Lynch has married her partner of two years, Nathaniel Comer.

The popstar told OK! Magazine, who has exclusive access to the event: 'The ceremony was so emotional, I almost lost it a couple of times.'

Software specialist Nathaniel added of his bride: 'I just lost my breath. I had planned not to cry but the tears just started rolling down my cheeks. Keavy looked like she had just stepped out of a fairy tale.'

The smitten couple weren't shy of their plans to start a family, and stressed how important it was for them to all have the same family name. 'Most of our friends are already there, and we love children,' said Nathaniel. 'I finally feel mature enough to be a father!

Keavy was joined on her big day by her bandmates, twin sister Edele, Sinéad O'Carroll and Lindsay Armaou, who is currently expecting her first child. Big brother Shayne Lynch from fellow 90's pop group Boyzone was able to make it to the wedding, despite the relaunch of his music career meaning a very busy schedule.

'He was there and hugely supportive and expressive about our special day,' says Keavy. 'We were just pleased that he was there as he's been so busy with work.'

Keavy herself reunited with the rest of the B*Witched girls on ITV show The Big Reunion in 2014, and since then the Irish favourites have gone from strength to strength, having just completed a tour or Australia and New Zealand. The quartet are also now back in the studio creating new music.

Multi-talented Keavy has also established a successful career as a counsellor, and admits that whilst filming The Big Reunion she was writing her dissertation on the tour bus! 'I have my own counselling practise and I specialise in helping survivors of rape and sexual violence.'

See all of the pictures of Keavy's wedding in this week's issue of OK! magazine, on sale now


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