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Faye Brookes and Iwan Lewis are now husband and wife (Picture: faye_brookes/Instagram)

Faye Brookes has married her partner Iwan Lewis following a whirlwind romance.

Faye, known for her role in Corrie as Kate Connor and for finishing as runner-up in 2021’s Dancing On Ice, announced her engagement in January this year – and had been teasing her followers on Instagram with glimpses of her dress in the run-up to the big day.

Ahead of the ceremony, a source told The Sun: ‘They’re tying the knot today in the Cotswolds. It’s a traditional church wedding, then a huge reception at a posh venue nearby – then they’re staying at a spa for the night.’

How did Faye and Iwan meet and how long have they been together?

Who is Iwan Lewis?

Iwan Lewis, 34, is a Welsh-born actor known primarily for his stage work, appearing in West End and touring productions.

He’s best known for playing the role of Emmett in the UK tour of the Legally Blonde musical, but has also appeared in the likes of Stephen Sondheim’s Passion as well as the stage version of The Secret Garden.

He also starred as Bahorel in the film adaptation of Les Miserables in 2012.

Faye and Iwan began dating after starring together in Legally Blonde the musical (Picture:@faye_brookes/Instagram)

Behind the scenes Iwan is the CEO and Artistic Director of the Barn Theatre in Cirencester.

When did Faye and Iwan meet?

Faye and Iwan were friends for 11 years before finally getting together, while they were both starring in the touring production of Legally Blonde.

Speaking to OK! Magazine Faye explained: ‘On day one of rehearsals of Legally Blonde, we’d known each other for a few years by now.

‘He came up to me and went, “By the end of this

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The exhibition Incarnations, the body in the macLYON collection, Act 1, taking place from 24 February to 9 July 2023, takes as its starting point the body in its organic dimension, the carnal matter as it is modelled by the artists who use it as their object, subject, and support, as well as the medium of their artistic practices. Visual H View of the exhibition Incarnations, the body in the collection - Act 1, from February 24 to July 9, 2023 at macLYON, France Artwork by Henry Ughetto ? Photo : Lionel Rault ? Adagp, Paris, 2023

The exhibition Incarnations is taking place from 24 February to 9 July 2023 (Picture: Lionel RAULT)

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but what if the beholder was naked? Would that enrich the experience of the viewer and allow them to forge a personal relationship with a piece of art?

That’s the hopes of one French museum, which requires visitors to strip naked before they enter the exhibition.

The macLYON, the museum of contemporary art in Lyon, is hosting an exhibition on the human body, requiring its visitors to take off their clothes to really immerse themselves in the experience.

The 90-minute session will run until July, followed by a drink and chance to discuss the experience with other people.

The museum is hoping to attract visitors since other daring exhibitions around the country have been seeing success around the country.

The exhibition challenges the famous adage of 17th century philosopher René Descartes who said ‘I think, therefore I am,’ as it focuses only on our mental existence, and not the bodily.

The show, named Incarnations: The Body in the macLYON Collection, is in partnership with the French Naturist Federation, with tickets costing €11 (£9.73).

The exhibition takes as its starting point the body in its organic dimension, the carnal matter as it is modelled by the artists who use it as their object, subject, and support, as well as the medium of their artistic practices (Picture: Lionel RAULT)

‘Our idea is to question the issue of the body in a given space, to see how bodies interact with other bodies,’ a spokesman for the macLYON told The Times.

Frédéric Martin, the branch chairman, said: ‘It’s interesting to experience an exhibition totally naked. That makes us focus on our own perception of ourselves, with a social

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