Jessica Jane-Clement from I’m a Celebrity has just tied the knot

jessicajane and husband

Our warmest congrats to the newlyweds Jessica Jane Clement and her hubby Lee Stafford, who have just said yes and officialise their love.

The two met during a reality show in 2008, Celebrity Scissorhands. That’s right: a reality show. To all of those who thought relationships formed on such shows are doomed to perish, here is an example to prove them wrong.

The Real Hustle presenter Jessica and her hairdresser, Lee, have said their vows in an extravagant ceremony at the Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire, in front of their friends and family, and a lot of famous faces, like Joe Swash, Nicky Clarke or former I’m a Celebrity campmate Willie Carson.

The former contestant of ITV’s “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here” show, has made the public announcement that she is no longer Jessica-Jane Clement on Twitter: I’m now Jessica-Jane Stafford!! We had a magical wedding, pics up soon! Thank you all so much for your lovely messages 😉 x.

She then revealed that she is going away for her honeymoon, but doesn’t know where because her husband planned the whole thing and kept it a surprise: On our way to the airport to go on our honeymoon!! Mr & Mrs Stafford!! Still don’t know where I’m going 🙂

Lucky for her the destination was sunny Dubai, where they enjoyed a three day escape. We are off to Dubai!! My darling husband @leestaffordhair has surprised me!! But where will the second part be!!?  Jessica tweeted.

Jessica looked amazing in her wedding dress was a beautiful strapless beaded gown, with her dark hair down in ringlets and a bouquet of yellow roses.

Their wedding was filmed for a reality show in order to keep up with their love story.

Jessica has participated in the eleventh series of the ITV competition “I’m a Celebrity …Get Me Out of Here”, and she left the show just five days before the series ended. She has spent fifteen days (out of the nineteen) in the jungle, and she returned with all of her mates for the “Coming Out” episode.