Miranda Kerr looks like a 'princess' as she marries Snapchat's Evan Spiegel 2 years ago

Miranda Kerr looks like a 'princess' as she marries Snapchat's Evan Spiegel

Mega congratulations to Miranda Kerr and husband Evan Spiegel - the lovebirds have now said 'I do' in front of just 50 guests.

The pair first met at a Louis Vuitton dinner in New York, have been dating for close-to two years, and announced their engagement last summer.

Miranda, 34, and Evan, 26, were married yesterday at their stunning home in the upmarket area of Brentwood near San Francisco with the 20-minute long ceremony kicking off at 4.40pm.

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"It was a small intimate wedding," a source tells E! News. They add that the supermodel bride looked regal and like a "natural princess".

Both Ms Kerr and Mr Spiegel had tears in their eyes and the vows "were beautiful," the source furthermore explains.

"The decor was rustic chic with farmhouse tables, white benches and chairs and light pink garden roses," E! reports.

TMZ reports that the ceremony was very hush-hush, with guests being told to congregate at a secret location before being shuttled up to the Kerr-Spiegel home for a cocktail reception in advance of the ceremony.

The site also says that during the reception, Miranda performed "a somewhat shaky" karaoke version of Shania Twain's You're Still The One.

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At least MUA-to-the-stars Lisa Storey - who regularly works with Ms Kerr - was on hand for expert touch-ups throughout the evening.

Evan is the founder and CEO of Snapchat and has a net worth of billions.

Miranda was previously married to actor Orlando Bloom. They have a child - Flynn - who is now five, but the high-profile couple split in 2013 after three years of marriage.

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Since pairing off with Mr Spiegel, the Victoria's Secret star has admitted that she's at  least considering having more kids.

"I am very content with having just one, but I am definitely open to the possibility of having more," Miranda has said.

She added that Flynn will also often ask: "My friends have brothers or sisters, will I have a brother or sister one day?"