Ross Adams has got married.

Ross Adams

Ross Adams

The 'Hollyoaks' actor and his long-term partner Phil Crusham - who he proposed to in April 2016 - tied the knot on April 7 in front of almost 100 family members and friends, including a number of his castmates and it was an emotional day for everyone in attendance at the celebration at Stirk House & Spa in Clitheroe, Lancashire.

Ross said: "When my best friend Caroline and Rachel Adedeji sang What About Love from 'The Color Purple' musical as we signed the register, there wasn't a dry eye in the house.

"Just before we walked in, the string quartet started playing Elbow's One Day Like This as our entrance song. We both looked at each other, held hands and that was when I thought I am really going to burst into tears.

"We started walking and Phil was so nervous, he literally galloped down the aisle! I was like, slow down! It was hilarious."

And Ross, 33, was stunned by just how emotional his 32-year-old husband got on the big day.

Phil said: "I cried the most. It was so very different for me. I'm sure I'll be back to normal after a few days...

"I was teary literally from the moment we woke up."

Ross added to OK! magazine: "He was so emotional! Honestly, I couldn't believe it. It was like seeing a whole new Phil."

Ross - who plays Scott Drinkwell on the soap - was thrilled to see his 'Hollyoaks' castmates were the life and soul of the party, and as well as Rachel's performance while the couple signed the register, she also agreed to kick off the party with her rendition of Tina Turner's 'Proud Mary' because it's a favourite of her friends.

Ross said: "We both loved in when she sang it on 'The X Factor' in 2009 and we hadn't even met yet. So she agreed to sing it to get the evening do literally rolling...

"[During dinner] Jennifer Metcalfe was up dancing and me, Phil, and Nikki Sanderson danced to 'Single Ladies'.

Now they are married, the couple are keen to adopt a child but not just yet.

Ross said: "I think both of us would make great dads and ultimately we would love to raise a family. But we want to really enjoy that first year or so of married life and have another holiday before we start thinking about starting a family."