Former Liverpool Brendan Rodgers enjoyed a fairytale end to a historic season at Celtic by marrying Charlotte Searle in Loch Lomond.
The pair got engaged in February when Rodgers went down on one knee in New York’s Times Square mid-way through a successful season in Scotland.
The 44-year-old took the helm at Celtic last summer and led the Scottish champions to a remarkable unbeaten domestic season in his first year in charge.
And Rodgers was back in Scotland to tie the knot with his 34-year-old wife in a ceremony at Loch Lomond Golf Club on Friday.
The ex-Liverpool manager met Searle while working at Anfield.
She was Liverpool’s travel coordinator when they first crossed paths back in 2013.
Celtic sent a congratulatory message to the pair after they were married, saying: ‘Many congratulations and best wishes to #CelticFC manager Brendan Rodgers and Charlotte who were married today at Loch Lomond!’
The wedding capped a ‘dream’ first year for Rodgers north of the border. His Celtic side went unbeaten as they picked up the treble – winning the League Cup, Scottish Cup and Premiership titles.
Prior to moving to Parkhead, Rodgers was in charge of Liverpool for three-and-a-half seasons between 2012 and 2015.
Though he eventually left without having one a trophy, the Northern Irishman won plaudits for the attacking football his Liverpool sides played.
He took the Reds to within a couple of points of securing their first Premier League title in 2013/14. But they ultimately fell short and Rodgers left the club just over a year later.