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She was joined by her mother, Sarah Ferguson, with the wedding marking the first time the family have broken cover since Prince Andrew first faced scrutiny over his relationship with paedo financier Jeffrey Epstein. Ellie and Caspar have been dating for about 18 months and moved in together, spending their time in London and New York.

An announcement in The Times revealed Ellie's intentions to get married to Caspar. Ellie said: “I am very happy but I do realise you need some darkness to draw on to create the best music.

I’m not perfect; I’m not a supermodel – I drink and smoke (which I’m not proud of) and do normal things."Reflecting on some darker times of her life, Elie also revealed how insecure she used to be and said she'll never change for anyone."I went through a time of being quite insecure.

I’d convinced myself I was fat; I didn’t like my figure and I had a big nose," she admitted.

Speaking about her sudden break-up with Greg, the blonde recalled: "You might be with someone you think you know everything about, then it takes just one thing to throw it all into the wind."I wrote 'Anything Can Happen' because I’d been in a relationship with Greg for two years, who I absolutely adored and still do.

I called a friend to take me to hospital, where they told me it was just a panic attack."From that day, I kept having them.

Because there’s no one else to do it for."You should never change for anyone.

And I say that because I’ve done it before; I’ve changed for a man.

"With the help of things like Diazepam in small doses to relax me at certain times, the attacks slowly stopped and now I’m through it."In fact, Ellie has never felt so good and thinks that her new found confidence may have something to do with not being in a relationship."I feel strong in more ways than one at the moment," she explained.

"I feel very independent and feminist right now – I think maybe it’s being single."I never thought about the idea of being an inspiration.

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