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Dermot O’Leary secretly marries girlfriend Dee Koppang! Aww!

Dermot O'Leary and his girlfriend have been together for what feels like about a hundred years, but have always been a super private couple.
Dermot O'Leary and Dee KoppangRumours are rife that Dermot O'Leary has married his long-term girlfriend Dee Koppang today. Copyright [WENN]So when we heard the rumours that Dermot O'Leary has got married to long-term girlfriend Dee Koppang in secret today, we were 'awww'-ing all over the place.
Dermot O'Leary and Dee Koppang have been together for nine years, with The X Factor host popping the question last November.
It makes sense for the pair to get married now, just before Dermot's work schedule gets insanely hectic what with The X Factor live shows only a few weeks away.
Caroline Flack gave the game away on Twitter yesterday, by tweeting Dee Koppang: "1 more day beautiful lady."
Dermot O'Leary and X Factor judgesDermot O'Leary is about to start X Factor again. Copyright [WENN]And now it seems that Dermot and Dee have indeed tied the knot surrounded by a whole host of celebrity guests.
The exact location of the nuptials has been debated, but it turns out the pair got married in a cute ceremony in Kent today.
Dermot O'Leary and Dee KoppangDermot O'Leary and Dee Koppang have been together for nine years. Copyright [WENN]However, one thing that is clear is that the guests included Caroline Flack, Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton, James Corden and even One Direction.
Dermot has already admitted that he and Dee will have to have two honeymoons because of X Factor.
The TV presenter said: "It will have to be a mini-moon because of X Factor and then we'll have another afterwards. But that's no bad thing as we'll have two honeymoons!"

Pregnant Fearne Cotton shows off her baby bump at the launch of her new Very collection

Fearne Cotton launched another amazing collection for last night but all eyes were firmly on bump watch!
Fearne was looking very bumpy last night! Copyright: [PA]

omg! were there and can confirm the Radio One DJ was looking absolutely swell, in all senses of the word.
We wonder if her next collection will include maternity wear because pretty soon she is going to need it!
Bumps aside, we also got a glimpse of the latest collection and we just hope our bank accounts are ready: it looks seriously amaze.
Fearne's collection looks fab. Copyright: [PA]
Fearne describes her newest collection as perfect for an edgy English rose:
She says: "For Spring Summer '13, I imagined my collection being worn by a classic English rose in a beautiful country garden but I also wanted her to be edgy."
The collection is inspired by her imaginary English rose's style and sounds fab, featuring girly prints with an edgy twist.

Fearne says: "My designs are based around the eccentric pieces I think she would wear; floaty dresses, but with bold and bright prints and girly floral jeans teamed with tough tailored peplum tops."
"My goal was to create clothes to look both beautiful in and have fun in."
The celebs were out in force to check out Fearne's new collection, Professor Green was there with his beautiful lady Millie Mackintosh.
Yes, we always had him down as an edgy English rose.
The pair were being super sweet with each other and Pro Green was in good spirits, posing for photos while we overheard Millie asking 'Where's Stephen?' as soon as he left her side.
We also spotted Louise Thompson from Made in Chelsea and Jordan from Rizzle Kicks outside having a smoke, the naughty thing.

Strictly 2012′s Kimberley Walsh tells omg!: I’ll outdo Cheryl Cole’s swan dive

Kimberley Walsh says she can definitely beat Cheryl Cole's famous swan dive on this year's Strictly Come Dancing.
Kim is rocking those sequins! Copyright: [wenn]

Speaking to omg! the star revealed that she might try the swan dive - which Girls Aloud bandmate Cheryl Cole famously perfected on The Voice - but if she does she will dive just that little bit higher!
Kimberley says: "Maybe I'll try and do the Cheryl swan dive but just do it a little bit higher."
And when we asked whether she reckoned she could get one up on Cheryl the Girls Aloud singer replied: "Too right."
Cheryl Cole famously did a swan dive on The Voice. Copyright [Wenn]
[Related article: Girls Aloud reunion confirmed by Nadine Coyle]
[Related article: The full Strictly line-up revealed!]
Kimberley also told us that she reckons the famously skimpy Strictly outfits are looking like they might be more revealing than anything she ever wore in Girls Aloud.
Kimberley says: "I think they're going to be saucier than in Girls Aloud, I think they already are!"
Kimberly is feeling self conscious about the skimpy outfits! Copyright: [BBC]

Well, all we know is that so far Kimberley has looked beyond amaze in her sequins and really does have a body we would even give up cake for.
Just look at the pictures from the red carpet launch, Kim is looking super hot.
However, she admits that despite her evident killer bod, she still gets self conscious like everyone else and even upped her exercise regime ahead of the show.
The singer says: "I get a little bit self conscious about the outfits, yes, but I think it's part of the whole thing and I have to go with it.
"I upped my workouts a bit the last couple of weeks but it was a bit late for that."
Honestly, we don't know quite how she could improve that bod — it basically is womanly perfection!

United down Wigan with second-half blitz

Four goals in an inspired second-half showing gave Manchester United a comprehensive 4-0 victory over Wigan Athletic in their Premier League encounter at Old Trafford.
A missed spot kick from Javier Hernandez in the fifth minute after a very dubious penalty was awarded left the match goalless at half-time, but goals from Paul Scholes, Hernandez and debutants Alexander Buttner and Nick Powell gave United all three points.
It was a landmark day for three United players: Scholes made his 700th appearance for United, Ryan Giggs became the first player to feature in 600 Premier League games, and Rio Ferdinand hit the 400 mark, and it would prove to be a fine afternoon for all three after an unconvincing first-half showing from the hosts.

Manchester United's Alexander Buttner celebrates his goal against Wigan Athletic during their English Premier League soccer match at Old Trafford in Manchester, northern England, September 15, 2012 (Reuters)
Eurosport - Manchester United's Alexander Buttner celebrates his goal against Wigan Athletic during their English Premier League soccer match at Old Trafford in Manchester, northern England, September 15, 2012 (Reuters)

Robin Van Persie and Shinji Kagawa were both confined to the bench for United as Sir Alex Ferguson handed a debut to defender Buttner at left-back and Danny Welbeck and Hernandez were paired together in attack.
Anders Lindegaard was again preferred to the dropped David de Gea between the posts, and the Dane was left flat-footed early on as Ivan Ramis rose above Ferdinand to head narrowly wide of the far post from a corner.
Welbeck was very lively early on, and he won his side a penalty in just the fifth minute as he stormed forward and took a dramatic fall as Ali Al Habsi closed him down. Replays showed that there was little or no contact, and Wigan were furious with the decision from referee Michael Oliver.
The visitors’ sense of injustice did not last long, however: Hernandez planted a dismal penalty tamely to Al Habsi’s left, and the Oman goalkeeper was able to make a comfortable save down low with the Mexican left to bemoan his effort.
United, who had won all 14 meetings in all competitions with Wigan prior to their defeat in April last season, did not have things all their own way in the first half as striker Arouna Kone fluffed his kick at the back post after the excellent Jean Beausejour curled over a pinpoint cross.
Nani and Welbeck each managed to get in behind the Wigan back four courtesy of sublime through balls from Scholes, but the Portuguese was too cute with an attempted chip which drifted over the bar, while the latter was denied by an impeccable last-ditch challenge from Maynor Figueroa.
Neither manager made any changes at the break, and Wigan continued where they left off in the second half, building from deep and breaking at pace with Beausejour and Kone using their speed to good effect, stretching the United back four.
But Scholes marked his landmark match with a tap-in from the six-yard box after a fine cross from Nani which Al Habsi could only parry to the midfielder. It was the 37-year-old’s 155th goal for the club, and turned the match decisively the way of the home side.
Just seconds later, Nani roared down the right once more and cut the ball back for Welbeck, whose first touch left him with his back to goal, and his inventive overhead kick just drifted the wrong side of the far post.
Roberto Martinez introduced Jordi Gomez at the expense of Shaun Maloney on the hour mark in an attempt to inspire a fightback from his side, but United continued to dominate the play from midfield, and they made it two as Wigan lost their composure in the penalty area.
Welbeck won the ball back for the hosts superbly in the Wigan box, before debutant Buttner's shot was turned past Al Habsi by Hernandez, who was played onside as he stole in to grab an opportunist goal.
Minutes later, it was game over as the provider turned goalscorer: Buttner rampaged down the left and brushed past both Boyce and Ramis before driving a low shot past the helpless Al Habsi. It was an inspired strike from the defender.
The old guard were withdrawn after 71 minutes as Scholes and Giggs made way for 18-year-old Nick Powell and Van Persie, who had scored four goals from just six shots on target so far for United before the game and netted a staggering 52 goals in his last 58 Premier League games.
Van Persie missed from close range two minutes later as Nani forced his way down the right once more and cut the ball back, but the Dutchman got his feet tangled up and failed to convert from the six-yard box as Al Habsi swooped to gather.
But Powell added more gloss to the scoreline in the 82nd minute. Wigan failed to clear a loose ball on the edge of their own box, and Hernandez found Powell who jinked inside a challenge from Caldwell with real poise before firing an emphatic finish inside the near post.
Ferguson called for his side to be more solid defensively before the match, and he could hardly have wished for a more convincing display from his side at both ends of the field ahead of the Champions League clash with Galatasaray on Wednesday.
Paul Scholes – Manchester United: On his 700th appearance, it was the midfielder who broke the deadlock with an opportunist close-range finish, and his creativity from deep that kept Wigan on the back foot for most of the game.
MANCHESTER UNITED: Lindegaard 6, Rafael 6, Ferdinand 6, Vidic 6, Buttner 8, Nani 7, Scholes 8, Carrick 7, Giggs 7, Hernandez 7, Welbeck 7. Subs: Van Persie 6, Powell 7, Evans 6.
WIGAN: Al Habsi 6, Boyce 5, Caldwell 6, Ramis 5, Figueroa 6, Maloney 5, McCarthy 6, McArthur 6, Beausejour 7, Kone 6, Di Santo 5. Subs: Jones 6, Gomez 6.

Royals want photographer charged

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to make a criminal complaint against the photographer who took topless pictures of her, St James's Palace has said.
Lawyers for the pair will make the complaint to the French prosecutor on Monday. The couple want the photographer or photographers responsible to be charged with a criminal offence for invading their privacy.

Lawyers for the Duke and The Duchess of Cambridge will make a criminal complaint against the photographer who took topless pictures of her
Lawyers for the Duke and The Duchess of Cambridge will make a criminal complaint against the photographer who took topless pictures of her
A palace spokeswoman said: "We can confirm that a criminal complaint is to be made to the French Prosecution Department tomorrow. The complaint concerns the taking of photographs of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge whilst on holiday and the publication of those photographs in breach of their privacy."
Once the complaint is made, it is up to the prosecutors to decide whether to investigate and pursue it.
The news comes as royal lawyers prepare to attend the Tribunal de Grande Instance de Nanterre in Paris on Monday where damages and an injunction will be sought against France's Closer magazine, which was first to publish the notorious images.
The legal action aims to prevent further publication.
Closer is published by the Mondadori media group which also publishes Italian gossip magazine Chi which has promised a 26-page special edition featuring images of the royal couple on holiday but the palace said no decision has been taken on separate legal proceedings in Italy.
The case will begin in the afternoon and is expected to be held in public.
A palace spokesman said earlier on Sunday: "The court hearing is in France tomorrow when the official proceedings will start at a court in Paris as the papers have been served. It is the first airing and we will be seeking an injunction from them using the pictures and it will lead to a longer court case where damages will be sought."
French Closer, which is run by a different company from the British version, caused outrage earlier this week when it published the images of the couple enjoying private holiday moments at Chateau d'Autet, near Aix-en-Provence.