Ant & Dec Suprise Bride In Brand New Suzuki Vitara
They've enjoyed an exciting weekend after being awarded OBEs in Her Majesty's Birthday Honours for their services to charity and the entertainment industry.
But presenting duo Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly made a fan's wedding complete when they surprised a bride on her special day in Repton, Derby, earlier this month.
The Geordie twosome turned up to collect super-fan Charlotte at her home on the morning of her wedding, before driving the thrilled bride to St Wystan's Church to tie the knot.
Ant and Dec- both 40, surprised the bridal party, who were posing for pictures outside the bride's home.
Pulling up in a brand new Suzuki car and honking their horns loudly, their identities didn't stay secret for long.
stars were soon swamped by the excited bridal party, keen to take selfies with the pair.
Much to their excitement, the twosome were there to drive Charlotte and her father to church, where she was due to exchange vows with fiancée Andy.
Attending as special guests, Ant and Dec were joined by film crews who were filming the surprise as part of a Suzuki advert.
And it looks like Ant was keen to give the blushing bride one last wedding present- in the shape of a pom pom waving special dance.
Filmed by an excited onlooker outside the church, Ant danced through the crowd brandishing pink and silver pom poms as the party cheered him on.
One eyewitness told the Burton Mail: 'I think they are here filming a Suzuki advert, but there is also a genuine ceremony going on.
'I think it's a local wedding but there is a PR element to it. It looks like they were the drivers of the wedding party.'
On Friday, an elated Ant and Dec took to Twitter to proudly announce they were being awarded an Queen's OBE.
'We are thrilled, honoured and humbled to receive OBEs in Her Majesty's Birthday Honours. Not to mention very shocked!! #BirthdayHonours', they wrote.
'We LOVE what we do and have since we started aged 13 so to receive this for services to broadcasting and entertainment is a HUGE honour...
'We are just 2 lads proud to come from the west end of Newcastle. We hope us receiving this inspires young people that dreams are possible.
'A huge thank you to all of you who have shown us love and support. We will be eternally grateful. Cheers!A&D'.
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