Jess Wright admits husband William Lee-Kemp 'absolutely hated' their wedding being filmed for TV


She tied the knot with her fiancé in a lavish ceremony in Mallorca, with the nuptials captured for her very own ITVBe show.

And Jess Wright has admitted that her new husband William Lee-Kemp did not like being filmed on his big day as she told how he ‘absolutely hated every second of it!’

Speaking on Tuesday’s Loose Women, the former TOWIE star, 36, opened up about her wedding as she revealed that William took some ‘convincing’ to allow cameras on the big day.

Oh dear: Jess Wright has admitted that her new husband William Lee-Kemp did not like being filmed on his big day as she told how he 'absolutely hated every second of it!'

Oh dear: Jess Wright has admitted that her new husband William Lee-Kemp did not like being filmed on his big day as she told how he ‘absolutely hated every second of it!’

While Jess is used to being filmed having starred on TOWIE and other reality shows, businessman William is not as accustomed to the showbiz life.

On how he felt being filmed, Jess told Ruth Langsford and the panel: ‘He absolutely hated every second of it, if I’m honest.

‘He works with cars, he’s a businessman and he doesn’t even like having his picture taken, so when I said to him, “Listen, they’re really interested in filming the wedding and it could be a really lovely home video for us” – it took a lot of convincing.’

However, despite his protestations, Jess told how William took to filming like a duck to water.

Not keen: Speaking on Tuesday's Loose Women, the former TOWIE star, 36, opened up about her wedding as she revealed that William took some 'convincing' to allow cameras on the big day

Not keen: Speaking on Tuesday’s Loose Women, the former TOWIE star, 36, opened up about her wedding as she revealed that William took some ‘convincing’ to allow cameras on the big day

She went on: ‘But he’s an absolute natural. He’s really quite a funny guy as well, so he was great on camera. 

‘I hope everyone just gives him some slack and isn’t too hard on him or me because he’s absolutely dreading it. He’s going to have to have some stiff drinks to watch it tonight.’ 

The couple were introduced by Jess’ brother Mark, who never forgets to remind them of his match-making skills as she remarked: ‘He honestly reminds us every other day.’ 

Discussing why Mark though will was a good match for her, she explained: ‘We’d both built quite nice lives for ourselves individually, but there was just something missing which was that special someone to share that with and I think he saw that.

Camera shy: On how he felt being filmed, Jess told Ruth Langsford and the panel: 'He absolutely hated every second of it, if I'm honest'

Camera shy: On how he felt being filmed, Jess told Ruth Langsford and the panel: ‘He absolutely hated every second of it, if I’m honest’

Dutch courage: 'I hope everyone just gives him some slack and isn’t too hard on him or me because he’s absolutely dreading it. He’s going to have to have some stiff drinks to watch it tonight'

Dutch courage: ‘I hope everyone just gives him some slack and isn’t too hard on him or me because he’s absolutely dreading it. He’s going to have to have some stiff drinks to watch it tonight’

‘Will is a lovely kind gentleman – he’s just a good guy, and I think my brother had wanted that for me for so long.’

Meanwhile, Jess revealed that she and Will are both keen to start a family ‘very soon’, with the TV personality previously admitting that she froze some of her eggs due to fears of early menopause.

She said: ‘I think we’re going to have to because I’m 36 and William’s nearly 39, so we’re going to have to start trying soon. 

‘My mum is desperate to be a grandmother, but we just got the news that my youngest brother Josh is having a baby so she’s over the moon that she’s finally going to be a grandmother, so hopefully I can follow in the footsteps soon and give her one as well.

Matchmaker: 'Will is a lovely kind gentleman - he’s just a good guy, and I think my brother had wanted that for me for so long'

Matchmaker: ‘Will is a lovely kind gentleman – he’s just a good guy, and I think my brother had wanted that for me for so long’ 

Baby plans: 'I think we’re going to have to because I’m 36 and William’s nearly 39, so we’re going to have to start trying soon'

Baby plans: ‘I think we’re going to have to because I’m 36 and William’s nearly 39, so we’re going to have to start trying soon’

‘We did freeze our embryos last year because we were really worried about early menopause because my mum went through a really early menopause. So we went through that process just before the wedding.’

It comes after Jess revealed she has frozen her eggs after fearing she is going through early menopause. 

The singer decided to freeze her eggs after her mother Carol, 61, went through the menopause at the age of 41 while her late grandmother Pat had a similar experience. 

She also started experiencing sweating at nighttime which left her ‘panicking’ over her future plans for children.

Planning for the future: It comes after Jess revealed she has frozen her eggs after fearing she is going through early menopause following her wedding to William Lee-Kemp last month

Planning for the future: It comes after Jess revealed she has frozen her eggs after fearing she is going through early menopause following her wedding to William Lee-Kemp last month

Jess told Grazia: ‘There are so many girls out there in my position. 

‘But it was only when I saw that article that I became aware if your mum goes through early menopause, you might go through it five years earlier than your mum and grandmother.’

She added: ‘I haven’t gone into menopause now, but I was getting sweats in the night so bad.

‘I knew that it was a symptom so I was really, really panicking myself and spiralling into this ditch of I’m going through menopause, or I’m going to start, and then I was worrying if we’re going to have to be able to have children.’ 

Forward thinking: Jess decided to freeze her eggs after her mother Carol, 61, went through the menopause at the age of 41 while her late grandmother Pat had a similar experience

Forward thinking: Jess decided to freeze her eggs after her mother Carol, 61, went through the menopause at the age of 41 while her late grandmother Pat had a similar experience

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