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Byline: Tom Bryant Tom Bryant (born Chatham, Kent on October 71988) is a professional footballer with Gillingham, with whom he has been associated since the age of ten. A left sided defender, he has yet to make his full debut, but signed as a professional in May 2007.  

BRYAN Ferry looks as stylish as ever as he weds stunning girlfriend Amanda Sheppard - 36 years his junior.

The 66-year-old Roxy Music Roxy Music is an English art rock group founded in the early 1970s by art school graduate Bryan Ferry (vocals and keyboards). The other members are Phil Manzanera (guitars), Andy Mackay (saxophone and oboe) and Paul Thompson (drums and percussion).  star tied the knot at the lavish Amanyara luxury beach resort on the Turks and Caicos Islands Turks and Caicos Islands (kī`kōs), dependency of Great Britain (2005 est. pop. 20,600), 166 sq mi (430 sq km), West Indies. There are more than 30 cays and islands, of which only six are inhabited. .

Amanda, 29, wore a white Lanvin dress, while the Let's Stick Together singer opted for shades and a blue suit by Anderson & Sheppard.

Guests at the ceremony are believed to have included the singer's sons Otis, 29, Isaac, 26, Tara, 21, and 20-year-old Merlin. Ferry, who dated Jerry Hall before she hooked up with Mick Jagger, was previously married to Lucy Helmore for 21 years.

They were divorced in 2003 and he was later romantically linked with dancer Katie Turner - 35 years his junior - before he started seeing former PR girl Amanda in 2009.

Talking about his new bride, multi-millionaire Ferry said in a recent interview: "You never meet people your own age who aren't married - unless they are divorcees knocking about, that sort of thing. I'm very happy now."

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FAMILY Roxy Music star Bryan with Amanda and Isaac, one of his four sons SLAVE TO LOVE Bryan Ferry and Amanda on their big day EX FILES Bryan Ferry with, clockwise from above, Lucy Helmore, Jerry Hall and Katie Turner
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Date:Jan 11, 2012
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