It's been 15 years since Katie Price and Peter Andre tied the knot - and 11 years since they went their separate ways.
Who could forget their pink fairytale ceremony in a romantic castle complete with any and every kind of celebrity guest?
But despite the pair's marriage only lasting four years, their big day was one to remember for various reasons.
In fact, their wedding almost didn't happen after the pair's guests were held up by a nearby gas leak that kept the happy couple waiting for nearly an hour before it was sorted.
Guests were stuck in traffic waiting for police and firefighters to sort out a huge tanker that sprung a leak.
And it seems as though when the pair managed to overcome one obstacle on their big day, another problem arose.
The ceremony still couldn't get underway as many of the guests weren't there yet - despite it being more than 90 minutes since the start time.
And just when the pair managed to get their ceremony going, another interruption brought everything to a halt. Workers rolled out the Portaloos to the venue - prompting a huge cheer from guests when they arrived.
What's more, members of Liberty X - Michelle Heaton, Tony Lundon, Kevin Simm, Jessica Taylor and Kelli Young - arrived more than an hour after the other guests... causing yet another interruption to the ceremony.
Later on, guests including Charlotte Church, Jennifer Ellison, Wayne and Coleen Rooney and Paul Gascoigne dined on foie gras and lobster served by opera-singing waiters.
But Katie and Peter also received some nos in their RSVPs... and even some snubs.
Their absent invitees arguably even overshadowed their big day as many reports focused on them not being there.
Those who boycotted the wedding included Denise van Outen, who refused after only meeting the pair for five minutes, Friends actor David Schwimmer, and the Beckhams.
Davina McCall and Simon Cowell also decided to skip the celebrations.
But what had everyone scratching their heads about was Katie's bold decision not to invite her estranged dad Ray Infield, aunt Renee, Renee's daughter Sally, son Jack and other family members.
Opening up about the wedding snub, aunt Renee said at the time: "We haven't been invited because she would rather have so-called celebrities there than her family.
"She's got a new manufactured life now and she has left us behind."
And the pair's big day was shrouded in secrecy, thanks to a lucrative £1.75million exclusive deal with a glossy mag.
With the financial stakes so high, the couple reportedly hired a team of ex-SAS soldiers and intelligence officers to ensure the exclusive seven-figure mag deal wasn't compromised.
Although the security that night was top notch, it seems that no-one could do anything about the several news helicopters that watched the ceremony from above from start to finish.
And who could forget Pricey arriving in a Cinderella-inspired carriage pulled by six white horses down the estate's mile-long drive?
Not one to shy away from making a statement, she wore a princess-style pink tulle and satin dress designed by Isabell Kristensen, which boasted an epic seven-metre train.
And her headwear was equally as impressive thanks to her foot-high tiara.
Pete also went all-out, wearing an ivory Venetian wool suit with a glittering waistcoat adorned with Swarovski crystals. His blushing bride would later claim he even had hair extensions fitted.
Looking back on her big day - which took place at Highclere Castle in Berkshire - Katie told Loose Women in 2017: "When I look back at it, I didn't enjoy the day.
"One, I had postnatal depression and also because we did it for a magazine I wasn't allowed to be in certain places in case someone got a picture.
"It was that extravagant - I remember people just chucking Swarovski crystals onto the tables. We had a carriage, we had a tunnel, special lighting, pink carpet... I mean, what didn't we have?
"[But] I didn't see it! Because of doing the photos I didn't even see all of the wedding. I enjoyed marrying him, but I didn't get to enjoy the wedding."
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