EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa has married fiance Dan Osborne in a lavish ceremony at Gary Barlow's former home in Cheshire.

EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa married former TOWIE cast member Dan Osborne in a lavish ceremony yesterday.

According to the Daily Mirror, the couple tied the knot at the stunning £7million Delamere Manor in Cuddington, Cheshire, formerly owned by Take That frontman Gary Barlow.

The pair had been keeping their wedding plans quiet, but a source previously told The Sun: “Jacqueline and Dan have been looking for a wedding venue for a while but nothing had really caught their eye. Then when they saw Delamere Manor they fell in love with it.

“Like any couple, they want their big day to be perfect, even if it does mean their entire families travelling from their homes in London to Cheshire.”

The lavish home is set in 100 acres of countryside and can host wedding parties of up to 180. It boasts stunning views over a six-acre lake and a series of luxurious bedrooms perfect for newlyweds and their guests.

Dan and Jacqueline began dating in 2013 and announced they were having their first baby together in August 2014.

Their daughter Ella was born in February – a baby sister to Dan’s son Teddy from a previous relationship.

Earlier this month, Dan, 25, shared a picture of the moment he proposed to Jacqueline – two years to the day he got down on one knee.

Dan proposed to Jacqueline, 24, while they were on holiday with their family.

Using an enormous banner on a boat to pop the question, Dan asked the EastEnders star to be his wife and she joyfully accepted.

Sharing the adorable picture on Instagram, Dan wrote next to it: “Two years ago today…I proposed to my best friend. Can’t wait to make this woman Mrs Osborne. Love you darling.”