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Saturday, 15 February, 2003, 15:56 GMT
Diana bodyguard ties the knot
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The couple married at a hotel overlooking Lake Vyrnwy
The Shropshire bodyguard who survived the car crash in which Diana, Princess of Wales died has got married.

Trevor Rees-Jones, from Oswestry, who suffered horrific injuries in the Paris accident in August 1997, married teacher Ann Scott at a civil ceremony near Welshpool, mid Wales, on Saturday.

A statement released by Mr Rees-Jones's solicitors said the couple married at the Lake Vyrnwy Hotel.

"The wedding was a small, private occasion for family and friends," read the statement.

Trevor Rees-Jones
Trevor Rees-Jones married for a second time

"The couple are very happy and are looking forward to married life together."

Mr Rees-Jones married first wife Sue in 1995 but the couple split in 1997 before the accident.

He has spoken little about the crash which killed Diana and Dodi Fayed.

Mr Rees-Jones resigned from the service of Mohamed Al Fayed in April 1998, issuing a brief statement saying he wished to "move forward" with his life.


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