GRANGE Hill's Zammo actor Lee MacDonald has "finally" married his girlfriend Jess.
The TV star, 54, who also played Terry in an EastEnders cameo, uploaded a sweet shot showing the newlyweds walking out of their ceremony to his Twitter page.
Proud groom Lee can be seen flashing a beaming smile while wearing a smart grey suit and pink shirt.
He finished off his look with brown shoes and a corsage pinned to his blazer lapel.
Meanwhile blushing bride Jess opted for a stunning white fishtail gown with matching flowing veil.
She clutched a bouquet of flowers and shared a giggle as they exited their wedding venue, surrounded by loved ones throwing confetti.
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Lee wrote in his Twitter caption: "Finally got hitched ❤️❤️❤️ xxx"
Fans and friends were quick to send their support, with one writing: "Congratulations Zammo! Pleased you said yes this time. 🥂🍾."
A second put: "Wishing you both many years of happiness x" as a third celebrated: "Congrats mate.💒🤵👰♂️"
One then posted: "Finally! Congratulations to you both! ❤️x."
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Earlier in the day, Lee revealed his son H would be his best man.
In a proud father and son image, which saw them posing on a bench, the actor fizzed: "I’m so proud of my boy “H”! He did an amazing job as my best man ❤️❤️❤️ x"
Earlier in the month, an excited Lee wrote: "'Just say yes!' So glad she did!
"I’m marrying this lovely lady later this month ❤️ xxx."
Meanwhile after his Grange Hill fame as Zammo – short for Samuel 'Zammo' Maguire – Lee bagged a role on BBC soap EastEnders in 2019.
The former child star made his acting comeback 32 years since retiring from telly.
The show, which kicked off in 1978, spawned lots of young actors who then went on to have TV careers in adult life, with many of them joining the cast of EastEnders.
Last month, Zammo and his ex BBC co-stars looked unrecognisable in a throwback picture.
They starred in the hit BBC school-based show back in the late 70s and early 80s.
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