Love Island couple Jess Shears and Dom Lever got married live on GMB on Wednesday morning.

Live on Good Morning Britain, the reality stars were wed by Richard Arnold  – who had been ordained ahead of the ceremony – the pair wearing white swimwear for their romantic nuptials.

It certainly made for a rather interesting Valentine’s Day edition of the show – the first Love Island wedding!

Love Island’s Jess Shears and Dom Lever get married live on TV
Love Island’s Jess Shears and Dom Lever get married live on TV (Picture: ITV / Good Morning Britain)

Richard Arnold officiated the wedding in front of an arch of flowers, saying: ‘It’s a beautiful thing we’re doing this morning, honestly.

Jess, 24, spoke her vows, with the words: ‘I, Jessica Shears, take you Dominic Lever, to be my husband.

Love Island’s Jess Shears and Dom Lever get married live on TV
Jess places the ring on Dom’s wedding finger (Picture: ITV / Good Morning Britain)

‘I will not pie you off, even if Muggy Mike comes along.

‘In the presence of TV’s Richard Arnold, I make this vow.’

Richard declares: ‘I know pronounce you the first couple from Love Island to get married, you may now kiss the bride on the lips!’

Love Island’s Jess Shears and Dom Lever get married live on TV
You may now kiss the bride! (Picture: ITV / Good Morning Britain)

Jess and 27-year-old shared a cheeky kiss in front of Richard, before the GMB crew came and congratulated them.

And lucky Nadia Essex caught the bouquet of flowers after the pair wed.

Jess Shears recently revealed that her and Dom are desperate to start a family.

The couple’s relationship has gone from strength to strength since they left the villa and Jess is starting to get broody.

GMB airs weekdays at 6am ITV.

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