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Newlywed Oliver Proudlock surprises his wife Emma Louise Connolly with a Burns Night celebration

Oliver Proudlock treated his wife Emma Louise Connolly to a surprise Burns Night celebration on Monday.

The Made In Chelsea star, 32, went all out for the festivities as he and Emma, 29, who is from Scotland, both donned tartan outfits and enjoyed a candlelit meal.

Oliver documented the evening on his Instagram Stories as the couple enjoyed a dinner of burgers, haggis and Irn-Bru. 

Chow down: Oliver Proudlock treated his wife Emma Louise Connolly to a surprise Burns Night celebration on Monday

Emma read out a hilarious poem before Oliver filmed her jokingly dancing along to the sound of bagpipes.

The model looked stunning in a blue off the shoulder top which she paired with a red tartan hat.

Sharing a series of snaps to Instagram, Emma wrote: ‘Happy Burns night to all my Scots (and everyone else too!) thanks to husband @Proudlock for planning a special night for me!’

Oliver looked dapper in a blazer-style top and matching trousers which he wore over a white vest. 

Stunning: The Made In Chelsea star, 32, went all out for the celebrations as he and Emma, 29, who is from Scotland, both donned tartan outfits and enjoyed a candlelit meal

Stunning: The Made In Chelsea star, 32, went all out for the celebrations as he and Emma, 29, who is from Scotland, both donned tartan outfits and enjoyed a candlelit meal

Festive: Oliver looked dapper in a blazer-style top and matching trousers which he wore over a white vest

Festive: Oliver looked dapper in a blazer-style top and matching trousers which he wore over a white vest

Festive: Oliver looked dapper in a blazer-style top and matching trousers which he wore over a white vest

Fun: Emma read out a hilarious poem before Oliver filmed her jokingly dancing along to the sound of bagpipes

Fun: Emma read out a hilarious poem before Oliver filmed her jokingly dancing along to the sound of bagpipes

Burns Night is a celebration of the life and poetry of Scottish poet Robert Burns, marked each year on his birthday, January 25.  

Oliver and Emma confirmed they married in a church ceremony in Fulham, London, on December 15, by sharing a series of stunning images from their big day on Instagram.

According to Tatler magazine, Oliver and Emma married at St Albans Church, after previously cancelling three wedding dates due to the global crisis in accordance with government restrictions.

Oliver told the publication that they originally planned to host 200 guests at Cowdray Park, West Sussex, in April, however their grand plans were reduced to just 15 people.

Outfit: The model looked stunning in a blue off the shoulder top which she paired with a red tartan hat

Outfit: The model looked stunning in a blue off the shoulder top which she paired with a red tartan hat

Emma wrote: 'Happy Burns night to all my Scots (and everyone else too!) thanks to husband @Proudlock for planning a special night for me!'

Emma wrote: ‘Happy Burns night to all my Scots (and everyone else too!) thanks to husband @Proudlock for planning a special night for me!’

Cheers: The couple documented the festivities on their Instagram Stories as they enjoyed a dinner of burgers, haggis and Irn-Bru

Cheers: The couple documented the festivities on their Instagram Stories as they enjoyed a dinner of burgers, haggis and Irn-Bru

Their fourth wedding attempt was almost thwarted when Boris Johnson announced plans to plunge London into Tier 4, meaning that all wedding receptions were banned.

However before Emma returned home after tearfully listening to the news in the car, her other half had already jumped into action and reorganised their plans so they could wed the following day.

Oliver told the magazine: ‘It was like something out of Home Alone, I just started running round calling everyone to see if they could change the date. By the time Emma got home I said “don’t worry we’re getting married tomorrow instead”.

Hitched: Oliver and Emma confirmed they married in a church ceremony in Fulham, London, on December 15

Hitched: Oliver and Emma confirmed they married in a church ceremony in Fulham, London, on December 15

Delays: Oliver and Emma married at St Albans Church, after previously cancelling three wedding dates due to the global crisis in accordance with government restrictions

Delays: Oliver and Emma married at St Albans Church, after previously cancelling three wedding dates due to the global crisis in accordance with government restrictions

Emma said: ‘It was an amazing, emotional and intimate day – we were just excited we were finally married.’

Their stylish wedding breakfast was held at hotel and member’s club, The Ned, in the City Of London. 

Although Emma’s parents were in attendance, Oliver’s mother, who is based in America, had to watch on FaceTime.  

Wedding: Oliver told the publication that they originally planned to host 200 guests at Cowdray Park, West Sussex, in April, however their grand plans were reduced to just 15 people

Wedding: Oliver told the publication that they originally planned to host 200 guests at Cowdray Park, West Sussex, in April, however their grand plans were reduced to just 15 people


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