Jade Goody married her partner Jack Tweed just one month before she tragically lost her life to cervical cancer.
The beautiful but bittersweet day was one that those involved will never forget.
It was a stunning affair, with a beautiful bride, gorgeous bridesmaids, a handsome groom, and then-TOWIE star Mark Wright fulfilling the role of best man.
The wedding is set to be featured on new Channel 4 documentary series, Jade Goody: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain.
And opening up today, Jack said he still isn't over his late wife 10 years on.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, he said: "I’m alright, I just get by, you know what I mean, I just get on with it. But yes, I haven’t met anyone.
"I don’t feel like I could meet anyone yet, as no one really compares to Jade, so I don’t want to put that person… It’s not fair on a person to put them through that."
Jade and Jack tied the knot in an emotional ceremony on February 22, 2009.
She lost her battle with cervical cancer exactly one month later, on March 22.
But she said at the time: "I've had the happiest day of my life."
She added to OK! magazine, who Jack says paid them more than £1million for access to their big day: "Now I'm ready to go to heaven."
As well as being covered by the magazine, the ceremony was also broadcast on TV channel Living, and it was certainly a day to remember.
In clips from the big day, Jack can be seen standing nervously as a number of bridesmaids, dressed in black gowns and carrying bouquets walk down the aisle.
Jade, who had lost her hair, then emerged looking stunning in a flowing white sleeveless gown as she was given away by her proud grandfather, John Caddock.
As Jade reached the end of the aisle, she was greeted by her young sons Bobby and Freddie, and granddad John helped arrange the train of her dress around her.
Jade bent down to kiss her boys before kissing her husband-to-be, and many of the guests were wiping tears from their eyes already.
During Jade's speech, she thanked the "special people" in her heart who'd helped to plan her wedding in such a short amount of time.
She said: "Looking at that, makes me want to go on forever and for nothing to happen to me."
Jade thanked her "beautiful bridesmaids" and everyone involved in planning her dream wedding.
She went around the room telling everyone how much she loved them and didn't want to leave them as she thanked them for being there for her throughout her illness and her life.
Jade and Jack were greeted by rapturous applause from their friends and family as they entered a marquee and made their way to the dancefloor for their first dance.
Confetti rained over them as they danced together to Aerosmith's Don't Wanna Miss A Thing.
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