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Inside the society wedding of the year: Grandson of billionaire trucking tycoon Lindsay Fox ties the knot with his glamorous girlfriend at sprawling $50m Toorak family residence

The grandson of billionaire trucking magnate Lindsay Fox is no longer one of Melbourne‘s most eligible bachelors.

Harry Fox married his glamorous girlfriend Kristen Fowler at the family’s sprawling $50million Toorak mansion over the weekend.

The pair exchanged vows in front of a backdrop of stunning white roses in the gardens of the residence, before holding a ritzy reception at the State Library of Victoria.

The grandson of billionaire trucking magnate Lindsay Fox, Harry Fox, married his glamorous girlfriend Kristen Fowler at the Fox family's multimillion dollar Toorak mansion over the weekend

The grandson of billionaire trucking magnate Lindsay Fox, Harry Fox, married his glamorous girlfriend Kristen Fowler at the Fox family’s multimillion dollar Toorak mansion over the weekend

The bride wore a beautiful white off the shoulder gown by Mariana Hardwick and a long veil

The bride wore a beautiful white off the shoulder gown by Mariana Hardwick and a long veil 

Kristen, who works as a senior associate at PwC Australia, wore a white off-the-shoulder gown by Mariana Hardwick and a long veil.

She accessorised with a crown fit for a society queen and a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes.

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Meanwhile Harry looked dashing in a white tuxedo jacket, black trousers and a black bow-tie.

The pair exchanged vows in front of a backdrop of stunning white roses in the gardens of the residence

The pair exchanged vows in front of a backdrop of stunning white roses in the gardens of the residence

They later held a reception at the State Library of Victoria. Channel 10 weatherman Mark Larkan acted as MC at the reception

They later held a reception at the State Library of Victoria. Channel 10 weatherman Mark Larkan acted as MC at the reception

The wedding was a star-studded affair, with guest including AFL stars, Luke McDonald and Jack Billings, actress Krista Vendy and Channel 10 weatherman Mark Larkan, who acted as MC at the reception.

For the party, the bride slipped into a second dress – a daring thigh-split beaded frock.

Guests sipped on espresso martinis and the couple carved up the dancefloor to music by violinist Sally Cooper and DJ Perri Lee.

Their wedding cake was a simple yet chic design – a four-tiered creation adorned with white orchids.  

The couple are pictured enjoying their first dance at a reception at the State Library of Victoria

The couple are pictured enjoying their first dance at a reception at the State Library of Victoria  

Harry’s dad is Andrew Fox, who looks after his father Lindsay’s Linfox airport and property.

Kristen previously worked as a model and promotional host, working at events such as Glamour on the Grid at Australian Grand Prix and the Brownlow Medal. 

She was represented by WINK Models and has appeared in a number of glamorous photo shoots for fashion and beauty brands.  

Their wedding cake was a simple yet chic design - a four-tiered creation adorned with white orchids

Their wedding cake was a simple yet chic design – a four-tiered creation adorned with white orchids

Harry and Kristen got engaged several months ago in March. 

They then enjoyed a luxury cruise aboard Lindsay’s 650-feet yacht to Montreal with the entire Fox family to celebrate the trucking tycoon’s 85th birthday. 

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Lindsay Fox is worth an estimated $3.72 billion. 

He started his trucking company Linfox in 1956 with just one truck. It is now one of Australia’s biggest private logistics company, with more than 5,000 trucks across 10 countries in Asia Pacific.

Guests sipped on espresso martinis and the couple carved up the dancefloor to music by violinist Sally Cooper and DJ Perri Lee

Guests sipped on espresso martinis and the couple carved up the dancefloor to music by violinist Sally Cooper and DJ Perri Lee

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