The 53-year-old actress made a trip to the aisle again with partner of 12 years Damian Schnabel in the grounds of 13th Century Maunsel House in Somerset, England on Saturday, September 4.
British actress Amanda Redman has walked down the aisle again. Amanda, who is known for her Sandra Pullman portrayal in "New Tricks", swapped vows with partner of 12 years Damian Schnabel on Saturday, September 4, Associated Press reported.
Amanda and Damied held their special day in the grounds of 13th Century Maunsel House in Somerset, England, in front of 200 family and friends. The 53-year-old actress donned a wedding gown by British designer Ritva Westenius, while her groom opted a blue suit.
Amanda had her friends from her BBC1 series, including Dennis Waterman, Alun Amstrong and James Bolam, coming to her nuptials. Other stars who were also present at the big day were Lynda Bellingham, Sheila Hancock and "Celebrity MasterChef" winner Lisa Faulkner.
Associated Press additionally reported that Ray Winstone gave a reading at the ceremony, while Amanda's daughter Emily Glenister, who was among the bridesmaids, performed a song for the happy couple as they enjoyed their first dance. Emily is Amanda's child from her first marriage to actor Robert Glenister.