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Premiere league legend weds! 'I was a massive Spice Girls fans - we married at Posh and Becks' castle'

A month on from their fairy-tale wedding in Ireland, newlyweds Robert Earnshaw and Zarah Shah admit that they are still buzzing. And who can blame them? The former Welsh international footballer and his Irish fiancée, former Miss Longford and Bollywood actress, tied the knot in an incredible two-day celebration last month; a colourful fusion of the bride and groom’s cultures (Zarah is half Pakistani and Rob is half Zambian), their nuptials were attended by more than 300 guests across two venues.

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Melissa Joan Hart Celebrates Her 20th Wedding Anniversary by Doing Charity Work in Zambia (Exclusive)
Melissa Joan Hart and her family are doing what they can to make a difference in people's lives.The actress and her husband, Mark Wilkerson, celebrated their 20th anniversary by traveling to Zambia with their three sons -- Mason, 17, Braydon, 15, and Tucker, 10 — to give back and help out.«I think this is so important for our boys to see that there are other parts of the world that are struggling, other parts of the world that are able to be developed and enriched,» Hart shared in an exclusive with ET from Zambia, «and that we can do so much good with our time, our energy, our money to be able to help out people in need.»«It's better to give than to receive, and I think we saw that this week,» she added, with a smile.Hart's family — in collaboration with the nonprofit charity organization World Vision — traveled to Zambia once again, after previously going in August 2019, and they were stunned by how much had changed for the better.«This is our second trip to Zambia and we've just seen such a difference between four years ago and now,» she shared. «We donated a well, and now we were able to see that well in progress and now they have clean water to cook and clean and just take care of their family.»A post shared by Melissa Joan Hart (@melissajoanhart)ET was invited in 2019 to join Hart and her family for their first trip to Zambia, and the actress explained at the time why she wants to share her experiences with the world.«What's been great about this trip is with World Vision, we've been able to go out and help so many.