A wedding blessing from Ireland has been revealed to the world.
The blessing, which is seen by some as an affirmation of love, was given by Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, on Thursday.
A video of the ceremony is now available on social media, and is thought to have been filmed in the Republic of Ireland.
The ceremony was attended by about 2,000 people in the village of Mullaghmore in County Tyrone.
The video is accompanied by an official invitation to the wedding.
It also includes a message from the Taoiseach, Leo Varady, thanking the family and friends of the bride and groom for the great joy they have shared in the coming months.
The wedding, which took place last September, was a joint event between Varadaras family and the Varadars, as he was forced to cancel his wedding at the height of the Troubles in 2013.
He said the decision to marry Varadara in April this year was made with the best of intentions and was the result of years of hard work.
“There was a lot of planning and preparation and many sacrifices made by the Varadas family and it has been a great privilege and honour for us all to be able to celebrate our union,” Varadarov said in the video.
The couple are thought to be the first to have a wedding ceremony in the UK since the Queen married her husband in 1952.
It is thought that the blessing is the first public acknowledgement of the fact that a civil partnership can legally be established in Ireland.
It comes amid calls for gay marriage to be legalised in Ireland, which was the first country to legalise gay marriage in 2013, after the country became the first in the world to allow gay couples to marry.
However, it has faced opposition from some religious groups.