Kate Moss and Jamie Hince wedding shuts roads

Jamie Hince and Kate Moss Kate Moss wore a sleeveless ivory dress with gold detailing

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The wedding of supermodel Kate Moss to rockstar Jamie Hince in the Cotswolds caused roads to be shut off to residents.

Villagers and guests had to use permits to enter Little Faringdon, Oxfordshire, and Southrop, Gloucestershire.

Gloucestershire County Council confirmed it had closed the road outside St Peter's Church, Southrop. There was also a large police presence.

The couple are said to be holding a festival-themed, three-day party.

Some residents were reportedly upset by the tight security and road closures yet a large group of people waited to catch a glimpse of the wedding party.

Moss wore an elegant sleeveless ivory dress, with gold detailing, and a long veil, accessorised with a floral headband.

Hince, guitarist with rock band The Kills, who she met in 2007, wore a pale grey suit.

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The ceremony saw Moss's daughter, Lila Grace, as one of 15 bridesmaids, all dressed in ivory.

The wedding party was cheered by residents as it left the church, before posing for pictures for the waiting media.

World-famous photographer Mario Testino photographed the couple, reportedly as part of an exclusive deal with Vogue magazine.

It is understood that a reception and wedding party will take place in a series of marquees which have been erected behind the model's mansion, with a metal fence outlining the perimeter of her estate.

Local residents were given permits so they could reach their homes

Among the expected party guests were fashion designers Stella McCartney and Dame Vivienne Westwood, supermodel Naomi Campbell, actor Jude Law and his ex-wife Sadie Frost and Topshop boss Philip Green.

Gloucestershire Constabulary said: "The bride and groom have agreed to pay towards additional policing in order to reduce the impact on the taxpayer."

The spokesman added: "Our priority is to ensure there is minimal disruption to the village due to this event.

"This is due to the potential for a large increase in numbers of people and vehicles in the village."

The Civil Aviation Authority denied press reports of a no-fly zone in effect around the property.

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