Inside Jeremy Kyles marriage to his former family nanny Vicky Burton

Jeremy Kyle described how there are 'two sides to every single story' after he faced criticism following the documentary about his morning show that ran for 14 years on ITV until 2019.

The 56 year old talkRADIO presenter broke his silence and described how he would 'not comment on the tragic death of Steve Dymond until the legal process is finished' after the Channel 4 Jeremy Kyle Show: Death on Daytime documentary that aired on Sunday 13 March.

However the airing of the show left fans curious to learn more about the TV host including his marriage to former nanny Vicky Burton.

Jeremy tied the knot to Vicky Burton, 38, in front of friends and family at the All Saints Church in Windsor, Berkshire, in October 2021.

The impressive venue was pink-themed with matching draping and decorations displayed on the circular guest table with the bridesmaids also donning pink.

A three-course meal was presented to the wedding party along with Jo Malone gifts before they were free to dance the night away.

“Jeremy and Vicky threw an epic wedding party,” said an insider. “The food was delicious, the wine flowed and everyone was in the mood to celebrate.”

Jeremy and Vicky met when the brunette was hired as a nanny for the Kyle family to care for his children Alice, 18, Henry, 13, and Ava, 16, who he shares with 47 year old ex-wife Carla Germaine.

The radio host, who also shares daughter Harriet, 31, with his first wife Kirsty Rowley, started dating Vicky in 2017 after she reportedly stopped working for the family in April 2016.

Jeremy got down on one knee in the Grenadines Island in the Caribbean in February 2017 and the couple welcomed a baby boy in January 2020.

The couple were forced to postpone their wedding six times due to the coronavirus pandemic until they finally tied the knot with Jeremy thanking his other half for getting him through 'the worst couple of years' after The Jeremy Kyle Show was axed in 2019.

Reflecting on his wedding day, Jeremy told The Sun: “Vick’s been my rock in my darkest times.

“So, to see her today, having such fun enjoying the wedding of her dreams, was perfect.

“Thankfully, at what is our sixth attempt after all the Covid cancellations and postponements, we got to enjoy the big day we’d both longed for.”

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