EastEnders heartthrob marries his partner as co-star leads celebratory messages

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EastEnders heartthrob marries his partner as co-star leads celebratory messages
EastEnders heartthrob marries his partner as co-star leads celebratory messages

A former EastEnders actor has married his long-term partner in a stunning ceremony surrounded by loved ones.

Actor Jack Derges, who arrived on Watford's Albert Square in 2016, is best known for his role as moody Andy Flynn. He's also gone on to have roles in BBC shows Doctors and Casualty since leaving the BBC soap. Now the actor has wed partner Yasmin Alamiri in a beautiful ceremony, with the actor sharing stunning pictures and clips to Instagram. In one clip the happy newlyweds can be seen beaming for the camera, and in another, they're being showered with confetti by their nearest and dearest.

EastEnders heartthrob marries his partner as co-star leads celebratory messages eideziqkeiqhhinvJack shared snippets from the big day, including a sweet tribute to his mum (mrjackderges/instagram)
EastEnders heartthrob marries his partner as co-star leads celebratory messagesThe former EastEnders actor dedicated a post to thanking his mum for all her help (mrjackderges/instagram)

Sharing a snap of himself alongside his new wife, Jack wrote on Instagram: "We did a thing." The happy couple look stunning and blissfully happy as Jack stands in a grey suit alongside his wife Yasmin who wore an intricate dress with beaded detail.

In another snap, Jack could be seen with his mother as she pinned on his corsage ready for the ceremony. Proud son Jack paid tribute to his mum as he thanked her in a touching post: "My amazing Mum, @landofwhiteginger. She put together almost every element of our wedding. Can’t wait to share more. The flower displays taken from both our gardens, the little button hole she is pinning on me here, the cake… see the outfits in the third photo? All made by her: her own outfit, little Viola’s dress, my sister's outfit and handbag! More to come."

EastEnders heartthrob marries his partner as co-star leads celebratory messagesJack Derges and wife Yasmin Alamiri looked blissfully happy in their stunning wedding pictures (mrjackderges/instagram)
EastEnders heartthrob marries his partner as co-star leads celebratory messagesFriends of Jack got over excited throwing confetti on the happy couple (mrjackderges/instagram)

Another snippet of the big day saw the happy couple showered with confetti as they walked past their guests, with some of Jack's pals getting slightly too enthusiastic about throwing it over the happy couple. Jack laughed it off as he captioned the clip: "I think the lads enjoyed that…"

EastEnders' Jake Wood's snap of son has fans pointing out the pair's likenessEastEnders' Jake Wood's snap of son has fans pointing out the pair's likeness

Jack and Yasmin have been flooded with good wishes, including from some of Jack's former EastEnders cast mates. James Bye, who plays Martin Fowler in the soap, commented: "Congratulations mate xx". In response, Jack wrote back: "Thanks my beaut".

Danny-Boy Hatchard, who played Lee Carter, also added congratulations as he commented: "Congratulations pal." Former EastEnders star Leon Lopez wrote: "Congratulations guys." Actor Riley Carter Millington, who played Kyle Slater on the soap, added: "Agh! Congratulations Jack. That’s amazing."

Jack and Yasmin, who have been together for many years, already share two young children; three-year-old Freddie Gray and one-year-old Raffi Jack.

Jack first appeared in EastEnders in March 2019 as the adoptive brother of Ronnie Mitchell’s long-lost daughter Danielle, who was killed off in 2009 when she was hit by a car. Danielle's brother Andy Flynn wasn't about to let her death go by quietly and arrived in Albert Square ready for revenge as he blamed Ronnie for Danielle's death and used her sister Roxy as a way to get to her..

Jack later quit the soap as he swapped TV for the West End and joined hit Broadway show The Boys In The Band to play a gay hustler called Cowboy.

Niamh Spence

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