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Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel's Los Angeles backyard wedding on Saturday was an intimate, family affair.
The model, 34, and the Snapchat billionaire founder, 26, said "I do" in the garden of their $16 million Brentwood home with Kerr's son Flynn, 6, from her first marriage to actor Orlando Bloom, 40, by their sides.
It's believed that Flynn played an integral role in the big day and, according to E! News, he was spotted in a three-piece suit "running around the property with a group of flower girls, having a great time".
About 50 people attended, including her mother Therese, father John, brother Matthew and his husband James Kerr (nee Wright).
Drinks were served before the ceremony inside the marquee covered in pink blooms, while Disney's When You Wish Upon a Star played. The ceremony lasted just 20 minutes and guests cheered at the end.
In one of the speeches, Kerr's aunt was heard advising Spiegel, worth an estimated $5.4 billion, on what it takes for a happily married life: "Remember the woman is always right," which got a laugh from the crowd.
A number of speeches referred to Flynn, with one of Spiegel's friends toasting the new family, saying: "Congratulations you three."
Later in the night, Kerr showed that you can take the girl out of Gunnedah but you can never take Gunnedah out of the girl when she serenaded her new husband with Shania Twain's hit, You're Still the One.
TMZ was outside the mansion, previously owned by Harrison Ford, in the leafy westside suburb and managed to record the special moment, albeit with some authentic, shaky notes.
The tabloid had their cameras at the ready to capture any high-profile guests or app moguls in attendance, but they said the couple "pulled out all the stops to keep the lid on the ceremony".
"All guests arrived in black limos and vans with tinted windows. The guests were picked up at secret checkpoints and driven to the home in the blacked-out vehicles," it was explained.