A bride and groom were left stunned when their wedding photographer had a sex change between the ceremony and reception.
Newlyweds Laura, 25, and Jeff Badland, 27, from Leicestershire, decided to tie the knot in a secret wedding in front of two witnesses and photographer Martin Reeves.
But when they had their reception four months later the 49-year-old was living as Katie after spending a lifetime struggling with gender dysphoria.
Martin officially became Katie two weeks after the ceremony.
Martin Reeves, 49, came to the secret wedding as Martin but arrived at the reception four months later as Katie
Newlyweds Laura, 25, and Jeff Badland, 27, were left stunned by the sex change
Katie, 49, who grew up in Leicester, said: 'I photographed their secret wedding at the Glenfield Register Office but came out as trans.
'I originally planned to photograph their reception as Martin and then start living full-time as Katie the following week.
'However, they were so supportive of my transition that they encouraged me photograph their reception as Katie.
'I was keen to do it, but very nervous as it would be the first event that I had photographed as Katie and I was unsure what the reaction would be.
Katie said she started wearing women's clothes as a child
'I left it to the last minute before deciding whether I would present as Martin or Katie that day and I nearly chickened out, but in the end I just went for it and I'm so glad I did.
'Everything went really well. I have now been living as Katie for six months and I haven't looked back.'
Katie, who has one grown up son and lives in Leicester, started wearing women's clothing as a child.
She said: 'Gender dysphoria is something you are born with, I have