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Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall have commemorated their marriage with a service of celebration at a religion in London.

Friends and family of the media mogul and the former supermodel gather together St Bride’s Church near Fleet Street a daylight after their civil ceremony.

St Bride’s is known as “the journalists’ church” after the area’s connection with the profession.

Around 100 guests attended, including the couple’s 10 children from previous relationships.

It is Mr Murdoch’s fourth union and the first for Miss Hall, 59, after her 1992 Bali wedding to Sir Mick Jagger was later deemed legally void.

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Image caption Rupert Murdoch, 84, is complemented by his sons Lachlan( liter) and James( r)

Australian-born Mr Murdoch 84, whose News UK company writes The Times and The Sun newspapers, tweeted he was “the luckiest and happiest boy in world”.

St Bride’s suggests it offers “a spiritual residence to all who work in the media” lying in the very heart of an sphere which was once the residence of most UK national newspapers.

But Mr Murdoch’s decided not to dispense with his Fleet street newsroom in the late 1980 s was a prominent part of the defection of the place by the media industry.

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Image caption Rebekah Brooks, chief executive of News UK, and her husband Charlie were at the service
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Image caption Australian comedian Barry Humphries, known for his persona as Dame Edna Everage, posed for photo with his wife Lizzie


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