Gogglebox’s Stephen Webb gets married
Gogglebox star Stephen Webb has married his partner Daniel Lustig at a wedding in France.
The couple tied the knot at Chateau de Lisse in Lot-et-Garonne, and are currently spending their honeymoon in the South of France.
Following their wedding, Webb simply wrote on his shared Twitter account with his mum and fellow Gogglebox star Pat: “Just married @chateaudelisse #france #gogglebox #wedding @lustig75.”
In a later tweet, he wrote: “Honeymoon time #lesrochesrouges #gogglebox #honeymooners @lustig75 @chateaudelisse.”
Lustig, meanwhile, posted on Instagram that the wedding was the “happiest day of my life.”
The Chateau’s staff also posted a photo of the wedding cake on Instagram, with the caption: “Mr and Mr naked cake, chocolate,lemon and vanilla with some bling for lustig and webb wedding.”
The pair got engaged more than two years ago, when Webb popped the question on holiday in Agra, India.
Announcing their engagement in 2016, the Brighton hairdresser wrote on Twitter: “I asked the lovely @lustig75 to marry me and he said yes!”
Webb stars on the popular Channel 4 show, which is currently in its eleventh series, alongside his mum.
— GOGGLEBOX STEPHEN AND MUMMY PAT (@Stephenwebb71) July 23, 2018
However, he originally found fame on Gogglebox by appearing with his then boyfriend – and later friend – Chris Butland-Steed.
Webb and Butland-Steed remained starred together on the show after their break-up, and remain on good terms.
Butland-Steed, however, left the show in February this year, saying he wanted a “new start.”
— GOGGLEBOX STEPHEN AND MUMMY PAT (@Stephenwebb71) July 24, 2018
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“There was so much love in the room – everything went perfectly and I am the happiest man alive,” Butland-Steed said at the time, adding: “I was a blubbering mess.”
Webb also attended Butland-Steed’s wedding as an usher.
“Stephen and I are still incredibly good friends and he summed it all up for me when he said that the whole day was magical. He was an usher and also did an amazing reading which made me cry,” Butland-Steed explained.