Greg Shepherd’s sweet wedding speech to new wife Billie has now been revealed.
The Mummy Diaries star – formerly Billie Faiers – wed her long term partner in a stunning Maldives wedding, and then the pair threw a fun-filled party
Now, the contents of Greg’s speech has been exposed – including the very cheeky joke he made in front of 95 of their closest friends and family.
According to OK! magazine , Greg said: “Billie, thank you for my two beautiful children. I can honestly say I’ve married my best friend.
“We laugh, we joke, we argue like you wouldn’t believe but I can honestly say I wouldn’t change you for the world.”
He went on: “You’re beautiful inside and out, and your bum is incredible. The best a**e in the business!”
After the end of the speech, the crowds are said to have chanted: “Billie is a Shep, Billie is a Shep,” in excitement.
The speech was one of many, as Sam and Billie’s step-dad also spoke, and Greg’s three best men even worked with The Mummy Diaries crew in order to make a spoof episode to tease him with.
Their civilised reception, equipped with a saxophone player and champagne, came before the guests partied the night away in celebration of the the nuptials.
However, their wedding was plagued by reports of their nearly 100 guests running amok through the five-star resort and infuriating the other holidaymakers with their loud noise and selfish drunken behaviour.
One non-wedding guest said it had turned into the ‘Costa Del Sol’ as ITVBe cameras roamed the resort and parts of the island were restricted to allow Billie and her friends to let their hair down without prying eyes watching them.
But Billie has slammed the claims, insisting she and Greg didn’t receive any complaints about their party’s conduct.
“The hotel manager hasn’t had any complaints about our party,” she told the magazine.
“I was half expecting some loudness as there are 95 of us out here celebrating [but] we have always been very respectful of the island and the other guests holidaying here.”
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