It has been revealed that pregnant actress Halle Berry wore a Jenny Packham wedding dress to marry Olivier Martinez in France last week.
While no official pictures have emerged of the private ceremony, which took place at the beautiful Chateau des Conde in Vallery, just south of Paris, Brides magazine managed to obtain a blurry snap of the bride and identified the designer and style of the dress.
Entitled the Blaire gown, the stunning creation boasts a ruched, plunging neckline with an empire line that would have allowed room for Halle's burgeoning baby bump.
The shoulders and waistline are adorned with hundreds of delicate Swarovski crystals. A full skirt completes the fairytale effect.
The dress is part of British designer Jenny Packham's latest bridal collection and can be seen here on a model during a catwalk show.
Just 60 guests were present at the intimate ceremony. Six-months-pregnant Halle, 46, is said to have stepped out of a vintage Citroen DS, at the small but picturesque chateau in Burgundy.
Halle and Olivier, 47, who became engaged in March 2012 after meeting on the set of the 2012 film Dark Tide, officially wed in a civil service at followed by a religious ceremony.
Halle's five-year-old daughter, Nahla, was said to have had a starring role in her mum's big day after the youngster was seen joining her mother and stepfather on their flight to France on Tuesday.
Halle, 46, has been married twice before. The Ohio-born star tied the knot with baseball player David Justice in 1992 before the couple split in 1996. In 2003 Halle ended her two and half year marriage to American soul singer Eric Benét, whom she wed in 2001.
Several years later, in 2008, Halle and Canadian model Gabriel Aubry welcomed their daughter Nahla, although the couple went their separate ways in April 2010.
Olivier, who has never married before, has previously been romantically linked to actress Mira Sorvino, singer Kylie Minogue and British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
In June Olivier let slip that the couple are expecting a baby boy. It was widely thought that the couple were preparing for a boy, but the French actor confirmed their child's gender when speaking at the Champs-Elysées Film Festival.
"My son will be an American, but I remain French," Olivier told People magazine at the opening night of the festival on 12 June, where he was serving as the event's honorary president with Halle attending as his guest of honour.
The couple plan to move back to Olivier's home country when Nahla turns 18. They had wanted to move to France sooner, but a US judged ruled against this as it would prevent Gabriel from having regular access to his daughter.