Friends and famous faces were among those who offered their congratulations, including TV presenter and comedian Paddy McGuinness, who wrote: “Absolutely belt day! Congratulations!!!”.
Fellow “This Is England” actress Jo Hartley said: “It was amazing to be there and share it with your family and friends. I love you both. Get off the ground @vicky.mcclure @jonathanowen71 xxxx congratulations! Lord and Mrs. O!”
Former Lioness and “I’m A Celebrity” winner Jill Scott added: “You look amazing, congratulations,” while singer Sophie Ellis Bextor wrote: “Oh, that’s so lovely! Congratulations xx.”
Our Dementia Choir also hailed it a “wonderful day” and sent their love to the couple, as did the Alzheimer’s Society, a charity for which McClure is an ambassador, who added: “Congratulations Vicky! I wish you both a lifetime of love and happiness.”
McClure announced her engagement to Welsh director and actor Owen in 2017.
The actress first gained recognition for her role in the 2006 skinhead drama film “This Is England” and then went on to win a Bafta for her follow-up series “This Is England ’86.”
She is arguably most famous for her role as DI Kate Fleming in “Line Of Duty,” in which she starred opposite Adrian Dunbar and Martin Compston.
She gained more recognition outside of acting for her charity work and has been involved with the Alzheimer’s Society for many years.
In 2019, he started Nottingham-based “Our Dementia Choir” after his late grandmother Iris was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and found solace in music.
Welsh producer and actor Owen has appeared in shows like ‘Shameless’ and ‘My Family’ and also won a Bafta for producing the 2006 documentary ‘The Aberfan Disaster’.