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Jason Fox marries girlfriend Jules Hawkins

OHMYGOSSIP — Jason Fox is a married man after tying the knot with his girlfriend Jules Hawkins.
The ‘SAS: Who Dares Wins’ star has revealed he exchanged vows with his longtime partner at an intimate ceremony in London with the ceremony taking place at Old Marylebone Town Hall ahead of a reception at La Goccia Italian restaurant in Covent Garden.
Jason, 47, confirmed the happy news in a post on Instagram, writing: “It’s official! The knot has been tied and I’m a lucky man! What a day! Big up all our guests and @lagocciacoventgarden more spam to follow.”
The groom wore a green suit and documentary-maker Jules wore a white mini-dress with feather trim.
After posting his wedding news on Instagram, the couple were flooded with messages of congratulations from friends including the TV personality’s ‘Who Dares Wins’ co-star Rudy Reyes.
Rudy wrote: “Brother these are Fantastic … So proud to know U n The Missus. U make My life better for it. To many amazing adventures ahead My Man.”
It’s Jason’s third trip down the aisle. His second marriage was to Lucy Culkin in 2011 and they welcomed a daughter named Honor a year later before splitting. He’s also believed to have another daughter from his first marriage.
Jason has previously admitted his time in the military – and the years he spent adjusting to civilian life afterwards – took a toll on his mental health and his relationships.
He told “I’ve got two marriages that have gone down the pan – I like to attribute it to the military life but then I look at the common denominator which is me … It’s probably because I’m a nightmare to live with.”
Jason added he’s determined to life in the moment instead of worrying about the past. He said: “I don’t worry about what’s happened and I don’t worry about what’s coming. I think about what’s coming, and I plan but I’m not governed and don’t think something has to go a certain way because if it doesn’t you’ll freak out, now I’m like ‘well that would be great if that happened, but if it doesn’t happen we’ll just roll with the punches'”

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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