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Justin Bieber shares first wedding pictures with bride Hailey Baldwin

Justin Bieber, 25, shared the couple's wedding photos from their second ceremony which took place earlier this week.

The Canadian pop star, who wed Hailey Baldwin, 22, officially last September in New York, invited his close family and friends to South Carolina on Monday evening for their special occasion.

Swiftly taking to Instagram the One Time hitmaker uploaded two loved-up snaps to his social media page.

One picture featured the couple smooching, while the other was a playful shot, with Hailey sticking her tongue out for the camera.

He wrote to his 119million followers: "My bride is (fire emoji)."

While the model has yet to post any pictures from the wedding, she uploaded an Instagram story which saw her fashion a leather jacket with the word "wife" studded in crystals on the back.

It was previously reported the singer wed Hailey in front of 154 guests during sunset at the upmarket private resort Montage Palmetto Bluff, where rooms cost $314 (£225) a night.

The ceremony, held at the Somerset Chapel, was attended by a star-studded guest list including Kendall Jenner, Katy Perry, manager Scooter Braun, Ed Sheeran, Kylie Jenner and Justin Sky.

E! News revealed the nuptials were conducted by Justin’s pastor Judah Smith, while Hailey’s sibling Alaia Baldwin and cousin Ireland Baldwin were her bridesmaids.

An insider told the publication the guests enjoyed “a cocktail hour” after the vows.

They added attendees were handed beverages before the ceremony, and enjoyed a cocktail hour prior to the reception hosted in the venue’s upscale ballroom.

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And for the evening’s entertainment, Grammy Award-winning artist Daniel Caesar was reportedly booked to perform an intimate gig for the couple, and would sing their first dance song.

Guests did not go hungry as the carnival-themed wedding featured a buffet of ice cream, candy and other well-loved American treats, while party games including bowling and capture the flag were played well into the night.

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