Singer Rebecca Ferguson has married partner Jonny Hughes.
The former X Factor contestant and soul singer-songwriter announced the happy news on Instagram on Sunday evening, sharing a photo of the wedding which is published in HELLO!
Ferguson, who was a finalist on the competition in 2010 and is mum to Lillie, 18, Karl, 16, and eight-year-old Arabella, gushed on Instagram ‘And just like that she went on to live happily ever after! Surprise!’
Surprise! Singer Rebecca Ferguson has married partner Jonny Hughes, she confirmed with an Instagram post on Sunday evening, pictured together in 2019
The singer confirmed her engagement on New Year’s Day as she posted a series of snaps with Jonny.
Captioning the post, she wrote: ‘I am So ‘Happy’ to announce I am engaged to the love of my life. Dreams can come true!’
Rebecca later tweeted: ‘Finally life got good for me, I am so thankful I’ve been through so much, I am so happy I found love and I’m excited for the next chapter!’
Congrats! Rebecca’s happy news was met with an outpouring of congratulatory messages on Instagram from her celeb pals
Enegaged: The singer confirmed her engagement on New Year’s Day as she posted a series of snaps with Jonny, a sports agent.
Ferguson recently gave an explosive account of the ‘abuse’ she suffered in the music industry, claiming her life became hell after she fell out with two high-powered figures.
The singer claimed her life was controlled as she was medicated and tucked up in bed at night, and told who she could date and spend time with.
Pop star Ferguson said she became so unwell at one point she repeatedly collapsed and was told to fake good health so she could travel home after jetting abroad for her professional duties, and was told she had to continue working over the phone from her bed as she attempted to recover.
Rise to fame: Rebecca finished in second place on the seventh series of The X Factor in 2010 (pictured on the show)
Addressing TikTok followers in September, she explained: ‘A few years ago I had an issue with two quite major people in the music industry and my life was a living hell from that day when I decided to stick up for myself and not take any BS.
‘My life in the music industry became hell and I’ve tried to speak out about it a lot…
‘I really peeved off two people in the music industry who had quite a lot of power and influence, and were able to hinder my career.’