By EMILY SHERIDAN and ANDREA MAGRATH
We've done it! Supermodel Kate Moss and her new husband Jamie Hince pose outside St Peter's Church in Little Faringdon in the Cotswolds
Newlyweds Kate Moss and Jamie Hince are officially husband and wife after tying the knot in the Costwolds this afternoon.
Following their wedding at a village church, the bride and groom happily posed outside with the supermodel's 15 bridesmaids, including her eight-year-old daughter Lila Grace.
The bride, 37, looked stunning in a vintage-style cream dress and matching floor-length veil, designed by close friend John Galliano.
Presenting Mr and Mrs Rock 'N' Roll: The couple strides into the village after marrying in a Church of England ceremony
The model showed off her slim figure in a cream bias-cut dress with sheer skirt with gold leaf embroidery and rhinestones.
Moss's choice of designer is somewhat of a reprieve to disgraced Galliano, who is currently on trial in Paris for allegedly making anti-Semitic remarks.
Her hair is styled in loose waves by Sam McKnight - not James Brown as previously thought - and she appears to have resisted her usual cat eye make-up in favour of a more natural look for the big day, created by Charlotte Tilbury. Her head piece features floral detailing on either side of an off-white headband.
'Come here hubby': The blushing bride pulls her new husband in for a passionate kiss
Large bridal party: The bride poses with her 16 bridesmaids, including her daughter Lila Grace
Manolo Blahnik designed a special pair of wedding shoes that include a blue insole as Kate's 'something blue'.
Her new husband Hince shunned traditional dark colours and opted for a light blue Stefano Pilati for YSL suit, giving his ensemble a rock twist with a pair of sunglasses.
The bridal party included 14 young bridesmaids in white chiffon dresses with a gypsy-style neckline and matching ballet pumps, with maid-of-honour, Moss's former casting agent Jess Hallett in a blue Stella McCartney creation.
So happy: The bride has never looked happier as she smiles for the cameras
Now it's time to party: Photographer Mario Testino looks on as the bride heads into the Rolls Royce to return to the reception
Cover up: Kate's hair was styled in loose blonde waves underneath the 1920s-style cap veil with flower embroidery on the lace
After posing up for a public shoot outside the church, the couple then got into a waiting Rolls Royce to head back to Moss's £2million Cotswolds home for the first of a three-day reception.
Moss is expected to change into a McCartney oyster silk chiffon dress for her first dance, then a micro mini bodycon dress for the after party and a third Stella creation, a three piece off-white wool suit for her going away outfit, according to Grazia.
Wedding bling: The couple exchanged simple gold bands, which Kate wears with her diamond engagement ring
Ahead of the ceremony, Moss arrived at the church accompanied by her daughter Lila and father Peter in a silver Rolls Royce.
Kate smiled serenely as her luxury car was driven through the cordoned-off streets, trailed by six other Rolls Royces ferrying the bridal party.
Matching: Kate's ex-partner publisher Jefferson Hack - father of her daughter Lila - wore a grey suit, which looked similar to the one worn by the groom
Celebration: A local villager throws confetti at the bride as she walks towards her Rolls Royce
Close friends Naomi Campbell, wearing Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci, Bryan Ferry in a Gucci suit and US Vogue editor Anna Wintour are understood to have attended the ceremony.
One of the guests, reality TV star Kelly Osbourne was clearly moved by the ceremony.
She Tweeted: 'This is the most beautiful, loving, amazing wedding I have ever been to. it's magical when you see people really in love!'
Rock 'n' roll wedding: Kate giggles as Jamie and the bridesmaids pull their rock poses for the cameras
Moss's ex-partner Jefferson Hack - father of her daughter Lila - also attended in a light grey suit.
Socialite Jade Jagger and Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie were pictured arriving at the local Swan Inn earlier in the day to get ready for the A-list nuptials.
Locals are facing extensive road closures and footpath blocks ahead of the nuptials, as VIP guests arrived in town.
Drawing a crowd: Locals gathered on the street to catch sight of the supermodel as she and her husband headed back to her £2million home for the wedding reception
Vintage bride: The first look at Kate Moss as she arrives at St Peter's parish church for her wedding, wearing a vintage-style lace veil while her dress is covered in rhinestones
Memories: The supermodel smiles as her good friend, famed photographer Mario Testino snaps pictures
Disgruntled villagers were pictured being stopped at roadblocks and being redirected this morning by security staff manning the vicinity near the supermodel's property and St Peter's parish church.
A document from Gloucestershire county council reveals that the main road through the small town will be blocked for almost 700 metres, with police redirecting traffic.
'Mosstock' will kick off later today following an intimate church wedding and is set to continue throughout the entire weekend with food provided by The Dorchester and Ritz Paris hotels and entertainment rumoured to be by Iggy Pop, Beth Ditto, Snoop Dogg and Carl Barat.
Stylish: Jude Law got a lift to the wedding with his ex-wife Frost, while Stella McCartney - who designed Kate's post-ceremony outfits - wore a white trouser suit from her own collection
Beefy security guards are roaming Kate's property to keep out photographers and potential party crashers.
But despite the heavy security surrounding the A-list wedding, the couple were only too happy to pose for photographers as they arrived at last night's rehearsal dinner.
The Kills rocker Hince looked a little uncertain as he was guided by his then-fiancée, but good friend, Primal Scream bassist Mani insists there are no nerves ahead of this afternoon's nuptials.
Stylist en route: Kate's friend and hair stylist James Brown was driven separately
'He's all right, he's marrying a supermodel,' the rocker told Metro of Hince. 'What's there to be nervous about?'
Mani will be joining 300 guests at Mosstock, expected to be the party of the year - but he won't be giving the couple anything in return.
'They don't need anything,' he said. 'They are rich. Anyway I've let her in my gigs for free often enough, so that's present enough.'
Lockdown: The small village is overrun with police and private security guards
You shall not pass: Local residents of the village Southrop talk to security guards ahead of Kate's wedding on Friday afternoon
Sorry for any inconvenience: Residents are facing road closures and redirections as the A-list guests descend on the quiet village
Clearly excited ahead of their impending wedding, the couple gave paparazzi a rare treat by actually posing up for photographs outside The Swan pub in the Cotswolds village of Southrop before their rehearsal dinner yesterday.
The beaming bride-to-be opted for a hippy-style turquoise dress, which looked like it could have been borrowed from her mother Linda's old clothing collection from the 70s.
The supermodel, 37, had co-ordinated her eye-catching dress with a pair of turquoise high-heeled boots.
Flouting the dress code? The casual guests, including Jade, Fran Cutler, Katy England and Bobby Gillespie, arrived in plenty of time to put on their party wear
Sorry, you're not on the list: Security guards discuss the lockdown with villagers
Here come the boys: Security stuff were plentiful as the roamed the parish vicinity
The pair cuddled up and smiled outside the pub, one of the rare times they have actually posed for photographs as a couple.
Moss and her 42-year-old rocker groom headed to the 17th century, award-winning pub for dinner after attending a rehearsal at the St Peter's parish church in the village.
The pub was voted Best Restaurant in Britain last year by readers of Which? Good Food Guide and is famous for its signature dish, chargrilled 28-day hung Cotswold rib-eye steak with thrice cooked chips.
'Special event': A copy of the Gloucestershire county council document outlining the closures
We're getting married the morning: A beaming Kate Moss snuggles up to her future husband Jamie Hince outside The Swan pub in Southrop in the Cotswolds
On Thursday afternoon, Hince and Moss were joined by their bridal party at the Grade II-listed, Norman church for a rehearsal of their ceremony with their vicar Rev Harry MacInnes.
When asked about whether or not he would be officiating recently, Rev MacInnes told the Mail: 'I couldn’t possibly comment. But I do know Kate and she is very much part of our community.'
Spotted outside the church were Moss's actress friend Sadie Frost with her 10-year-old daughter Iris, who is one of the bridesmaids, while her youngest son Rudy, seven, will be a page boy.
Something blue: Moss was going for a hippy, vintage style as she arrived at the pub
Also seen walking through the churchyard was Hince's 'best woman' and The Kills bandmate Allison Mosshart and Moss's hairdresser pal James Brown.
Moss and Hince are expected to wed in a Church of England ceremony on Friday afternoon, before retreating to the model's £2million mansion for the first of a three day £500,000 celebration.
Dubbed 'Moss-stock' by some of the locals, the newlyweds are expected to celebrate their nuptials with a festival-style reception lasting the whole weekend.
Idyllic: The couple are expected to tie the knot in a Church of England ceremony at the Norman, Grade II-listed St Margaret's parish church, in the village of Little Faringdon
Getting ready: It was all happening as organisers set up for the event with marquees galore
Also in the wedding party will be Moss's eight-year-old daughter Lila Grace - from her previous relationship with publisher Jefferson Hack, who will serve as chief bridesmaid.
Party planner Fran Cutler's daughter Mercy, Kate's half-sister from her father Peter's second marriage and artist Jake Chapman and model Rosemary Ferguson’s three children will complete Moss's young attendants.
During the religious ceremony, Hince's sister Sarah and Frost will do readings.
Meanwhile, the huge marquees are already in place for the big event in Moss's extensive back garden.
Ready for the party: The three-day celebration on Moss's Cotswolds estate is rumoured to be costing £500,000
Village: An aerial view of St Peter's parish church where Kate and Jamie will wed today
Providing the catering over the weekend will be the team from Moss's favourite London restaurant China Tang at the Dorchester and the Ritz in Paris, while lorries of Grey Goose Vodka, Red Bull and Dom Perignon champagne have been ordered in to stock the bar.
The entertainment is rumoured to be provided by Iggy Pop, Beth Ditto, Snoop Dogg and Carl Barat - former Libertines bandmate of Moss's ex-boyfriend Pete Doherty.
Among the 300-strong guestlist will be Naomi Campbell, Vivienne Westwood, Stella and Mary McCartney retail tycoon Sir Philip Green, artist Tracey Emin, Rhys Ifans, Jude Law, Jo Wood and Jade Jagger.
Supporting the newlyweds will be Kate's father Peter, her mother Linda and her partner Geoff Collman and Jamie's parents William and Carole.
Keeping watch: Moss has enlisted tough security to keep out wedding crashes from the festivities