Peter Schmeichel has married his long-term partner Laura von Lindholm at a quiet family wedding in Denmark.
The legendary former Manchester United keeper and Ms von Lindholm separated two years ago after several years together.
But they recently patched things up and decided to tie the knot in the Danish coastal town of Espergærde on Saturday in front of 200 guests.
Laura von Lindholm and former Danish football player Peter Schmeichel kiss after their wedding at Egebaeksvang Church in Espergaerde, north of Copenhagen
Von Lindholm arriving at the church on Saturday afternoon. She and Schmeichel recently got back together
Von Lindholm now works as a nutritionist and actor in Denmark but previously appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine in the US.
Schmeichel and von Lindholm first got together in 2014, a year after his divorce from his ex-wife Bente.
He and von Lindholm separated three years later, but recently got back together.
After the engagement, Peter Schemichel posted an image on Instagram with the caption ‘She said yes’.
He added: ‘Just like that I became the happiest person in the world’.
Von Lindholm also posted her own picture saying: ‘My light, my love. Yes, yes, yes! Yes!’.
Schmeichel has two children from his first marriage to ex-wife Bente who he divorced in 2013
Laura von Lindholm now works as a nutritionist and actor in Denmark but previously appeared on the cover of Playboy in the US
Schmeichel two children, Cecilie and Kasper, from his previous marriage to Bente.
His marriage to Bente Schmeichel ended in 2013, after 31 years.
Kasper, who is also a goalkeeper, famously won the Premier League with Leicester City in 2016 as part of the team nicknamed ‘The Unbelievables’.
The newlyweds are serenaded by a pair of guitarists at the wedding ceremony in a photo posted by Cecilie Schmeichel on Instagram
Peter Schmeichel is one of Denmark’s most famous football players.
The 55-year-old played close to 300 games for Manchester United and was named the world’s best goalkeeper two years in a row in the 1990s.
In 2003, Schmeichel was inducted into the English football hall of fame in recognition of his impact on the English game.
Kasper Schmeichel and Stine Gyldenbrand Schmeichel arrive for Kasper’s father’s wedding on Saturday