Celebrities who got married in 2012**... - Saturday 17th September 2011

Celebrities who got married in 2012** **File Photo** British singers Marvin Humes and Rochelle Wiseman aka Rochelle Humes sealed their match made in pop heaven by tying the knot on Friday (27Jul12). The JLS hunk and his bride, a member of U.K. girl group The Saturdays, married at the historic Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, England. The ceremony was a veritable who's who of the British music scene, with One Direction's Harry Styles, Olly Murs, Tulisa Contostavlos and Pixie Lott among the guests. The couple began dating in March 2010, but ended their romance eight months later and blamed their hectic work schedules for the split. They rekindled their romance last year (11) and became engaged during a December (11) vacation in the Caribbean. After the ceremony, Wiseman took to Twitter.com to share her happiness with fans. In a series of posts on Saturday (28Jul12), she writes, "Yesterday was literally the best day of my whole life. I'm so happy to have shared it with every1 (sic) I love my friends and family are priceless. Me and Marvin feel so blessed I felt like a princess all day. You can now call me Mrs Humes no longer a Wiseman." The couple asked for charity donations instead of wedding gifts and by Saturday, they had raised over $4,800 (£3,000) for Marie Curie Cancer Care. Celebrity donations came from Wiseman's The Saturdays bandmates, Harry Styles, Liam Payne and Niall Horan of One Direction and Pixie Lott. Wiseman added on Twitter.com, "Thanks to everyone that donated... it really means a lot best gifts ever." Rochelle Wiseman and Marvin Humes London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012 - Roberto Cavalli boutique launch afterparty held at Battersea Power station - Arrivals. London, England - 17.09.11 (1 image)

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