Michelle Mone looks incredible in dress as she poses with new husband ...

Michelle Mone looked radiant in her dress as she posed with her new husband Doug Barrowman for the first time in a sweet Instagram snap.

The entrepreneur, 49, tied the knot with Doug, 55, at Peel Cathedral on the Isle of Man on Saturday, with the star unveiling her breathtakingly elegant gown on Instagram.

And Michelle looked delighted as she joined her billionaire beau for a stunning snap straight after their nuptials where they stood outside a chapel.

Unseen pic: Michelle Mone looked radiant in her wedding dress as she posed with her new husband Doug Barrowman for the first time in a sweet Instagram snap

Unseen pic: Michelle Mone looked radiant in her dress as she posed with her new husband Doug Barrowman for the first time in a sweet Instagram snap

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While Michelle wowed in a incredible gown with a flowing train, Doug cut a dapper figure in a grey morning suit, white shirt and pink tie as he embraced his bride. 

Michelle captioned the snap: 'Thanks so much to everyone on The Isle of Man for making our day so special. You pulled the best together ...90 people in less than 2 weeks.  

'Only downside is that our family & friends couldn’t be there who live outside IOM. 

'A special thanks to The Cathedral at Peel, The Abbey Restaurant, The Abbey planners, Alexandra the Opera singer and the 5 live bands for a superb weekend. Love MB #isleofman   

Newlywed: The entrepreneur, 49, tied the knot with Doug, 55, at their Isle of Man mansion on Saturday, with the star unveiling her breathtakingly elegant gown on Instagram

Newlywed: The entrepreneur, 49, tied the knot with Doug, 55, at their Isle of Man mansion on Saturday, with the star unveiling her breathtakingly elegant gown on Instagram

The COVID-19 pandemic had forced Michelle to postpone her date three times. 

In a brief video shared on Saturday, the Scottish mother-of-three was seen standing at the base of a sweeping staircase as she posed in the Suzanne Neville-designed dress, which came complete with a long train and veil.

She looked every inch the blushing bride as she posed with a yellow bouquet and she revealed her new dogs were being looked after in kennels until Sunday. 

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Going to the chapel: Michelle thanked the people of the Isle of Man for helping put her dream wedding together

Going to the chapel: Michelle thanked the people of the Isle of Man for helping put her dream together

Former Ultimo boss Michelle showed off her ample cleavage in the gown, which featured a plunging neckline and was teamed with a pair of Jimmy Choo heels.

For her first dance with her new husband following the romantic ceremony, the bride selected Celine Dion’s timeless hit A New Day Has Come.

While much of the UK has been plunging into the upper tiers of highly restrictive governmental guidelines, the Isle of Man comfortably sits in the enviable tier one.

Fourth time lucky: Michelle revealed she had finally tied the knot with her billionaire beau on Saturday, after the COVID-19 pandemic forced her to postpone her wedding date thrice

Fourth time lucky: Michelle revealed she had finally tied the knot with her billionaire beau on Saturday, after the COVID-19 pandemic forced her to postpone her date thrice

Announcement: The couple postponed their wedding for a third time in September, with Michelle taking to her Instagram account to make the announcement

Announcement: The couple postponed their for a third time in September, with Michelle taking to her Instagram account to make the announcement

  

On the Isle of Man there have been 366 confirmed COVID-19 cases since March, with nine active cases at the moment and one person in hospital.

Restrictions have also been lifted on people's lives due to the low rate.

The government's website says: 'Any legal requirements for social distancing and all restrictions on indoor and outdoor gatherings have now been removed. This has been possible due to the commitment of the Manx public.

'Meeting friends and family is a really important way of helping to look after our mental wellbeing and keeping in touch.

'When meeting people from outside your household, that is, people you don't currently live with, you no longer have to keep a 2 metre distance; however it is advised to still practise basic hygiene measures, including regularly washing your hands and coughing or sneezing into your elbow.'

Breathtaking: In a brief video shared on Instagram, the mother-of-three was seen standing at the base of a sweeping staircase as she posed in the Suzanne Neville-designed dress

Stunning: She looked every inch the blushing bride as she posed with a yellow bouquet and she revealed her new dogs were being looked after in kennels until Sunday

Breathtaking: In a brief video shared on Instagram, the mother-of-three was seen standing at the base of a sweeping staircase as she posed in the Suzanne Neville-designed dress

The newlyweds: As she shared footage on Instagram, Michelle referred to herself as 'Mrs B'

The newlyweds: As she shared footage on Instagram, Michelle referred to herself as 'Mrs B'

The newlyweds' road to the altar has been quite the bumpy journey, with the couple postponing their nuptials three times, in keeping with COVID-19 restrictions. 

Taking to Instagram in September, Michelle shared an image of herself with Doug as she made the announcement.

Few cases and no rules: The COVID situation on the Isle of Man 

On the Isle of Man there have been 366 confirmed COVID-19 cases since March, with nine active cases at the moment and one person in hospital.

But the government has lifted all restrictions on public life.

Its website says: 'Any legal requirements for social distancing and all restrictions on indoor and outdoor gatherings have now been removed.

'This has been possible due to the commitment of the Manx public.

'Meeting friends and family is a really important way of helping to look after our mental wellbeing and keeping in touch.

'When meeting people from outside your household, that is, people you don't currently live with, you no longer have to keep a 2 metre distance; however it is advised to still practise basic hygiene measures, including regularly washing your hands and coughing or sneezing into your elbow.'

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She wrote: ;With the announcement of new COVID restrictions in the UK, we’ve come to the difficult decision to cancel our for the 3rd time.

'It’s a little bit frustrating that you can walk into a restaurant and have dinner surrounded by a room full of people, but you can’t have more than 15 attendees at a - including myself, Doug and the Bishop, violinist, photographer etc.

'We couldn’t possibly choose between which family members to invite never mind friends. We might just get married with no guests present.

'I understand that there is a greater concern at the heart of all of this, but considering it’s the 3rd time we’ve had to cancel, it’s difficult not to feel a little bit gutted. That said, there’s a key learning to take from the situation.

'Be grateful for what you do have; don’t dwell on what you don’t - or can’t - have. Things can change in an instant and there are too many blessings in

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