Jeremy Kyle married his fiancee Vicky Burton after being forced to postpone their ceremony six times.
The couple exchanged vows in a romantic ceremony in Windsor on Saturday, with the broadcaster praising his new wife for being his “rock” in her battle with anxiety after her show was canceled.
Speaking to The Sun after getting married, Jeremy said: “Fortunately, on our sixth attempt after all of the Covid cancellations and postponements, we were able to enjoy the big day we were both waiting for.”
At last! Jeremy Kyle married fiancee Vicky Burton after being forced to postpone their ceremony six times (pictured in 2019)
Images obtained by the post showed Jeremy and Vicky leaving All Saints Church in Berkshire after their big day.
The couple seemed to be the picture of happiness as they got into a vintage car after their big day.
Jeremy, who returned to work earlier this year as the slot presenter on TalkRadio, added: “Vick has been my rock in my darkest times. So seeing her today, having so much fun. enjoying the wedding of her dreams was perfect. ‘
It comes after Jeremy credited his fiancee with saving him after falling to “his lowest” when his ITV show was canceled following the suicide of a guest.
Speaking to The Sun, he praised Vicky for her help during her dark days, which culminated when he turned to anxiety medication to relieve his depression.
He said: “She saw me at my best and lowest level, and still wants to marry me. She is the love of my life and I am a very lucky man.
Jeremy, who has four children from two previous marriages and a 20-month-old son with Vicky, has been dating Vicky – his children’s former nanny – since 2017 and got engaged the following February.
Jeremy has revealed he slipped into depression and had to take anxiety medication after his show was canceled following the death of a guest.
The former daytime television host said he couldn’t leave the house “or even open the curtains” after being “completely devastated” at losing his job.
The show was deleted in May 2019 after Steven Dymond, 63, allegedly committed suicide less than a week after failing a lie detector test while filming an episode of the show. This program was not broadcast.
Breaking his silence with the ax, Kyle said he felt “horrible” to be “a scapegoat” for death, saying the accusations “often seemed to be aimed only at me.”
Pain: This comes after Jeremy credited his fiancee with saving him after falling to ‘his lowest’ when his ITV show was canceled following a guest’s suicide (pictured in 2019)
Speaking about Vicky’s role in her recovery, he said: “I couldn’t have done it without her – she was so balanced and grounded and supportive…
“She’s not from this TV world and her advice has really helped me find a perspective. I would give Vic huge credit for getting me back on my feet …
“She saw me at my best and lowest level, and still wants to marry me. She is the love of my life and I am a very lucky man.
Speaking of the aftermath and the way he was treated by fans and audiences alike, he said, “I felt stalked and held myself responsible for everything that happened around this show. But I was only the face of it ‘
The show was deleted in May 2019 after Steven Dymond, 63, (pictured) allegedly committed suicide within a week after failing a lie detector test while filming an episode of the show. This show was not broadcast
After losing her job on The Jeremy Kyle Show, which had been running since 2005, the star became depressed and “completely unmotivated.”
“Every ounce of energy seemed to be gone and I just couldn’t bring myself to leave the house or even open the curtains.
“I used to think of ‘taking control’ when some celebrities would talk about these kinds of issues. But suddenly I realized firsthand that you can’t always do this, I never thought they would affect me the way they did.
Prior to the show’s cancellation, Kyle had already suffered a series of professional and personal setbacks.
In 2012, he was diagnosed with testicular cancer, before losing his American version of the series a year later.
He also had a very public divorce from his wife Carla in 2016, which was often echoed by guests who sought to retaliate Kyle’s personal questioning.
Jeremy is pictured with ex-wife Carla Kyle in 2015
Jeremy shares daughter Harriet, 30, with his first wife Kirsty Rowley, whom the father of five married in 1989 before divorcing in 1991. Harriet made Jeremy a grandfather in 2018 with the birth of his child.
He then welcomed children Alice, 17, Ava, 15 and Henry, 11, with his second wife Carla, whom he divorced in 2016 after 14 years of marriage.
It was, however, he says, his fiancée Vicky who encouraged him to see a doctor after the ax and was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder.
The diagnosis, according to Kyle, is what helped him get back on his feet and “start to put things back together.”
Kyle, who is reportedly planning a return to television with a new series, has expressed condolences to Mr Dymond’s family, calling his death a “terrible tragedy.”
Support: Speaking about Vicky’s role in her recovery, he said: “I couldn’t have done it without her – she’s been so balanced and grounded and supportive” (Jeremy and Vicky in 2018)
Mr. Dymond, a construction worker, died of a morphine overdose a few days after filming his episode in the series. He also suffered from an underlying heart problem.
He asked to be on the show to prove he didn’t cheat on his ex – but failed a lie detection test.
Family members have said the events of the show are too much for him to handle.
An investigation into the death is still ongoing.
Kyle added that he would not comment on the death and the circumstances surrounding it at this time, but that “when the time is right and it is appropriate to do so, I will have my say.”
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Jeremy revealed he slipped into depression and had to take anxiety pills after his show was canceled following the death of a guest