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Ant McPartlin marries Anne-Marie Corbett as newlyweds kiss outside church in beautiful pictures

Ant McPartlin beamed as he posed for pictures with his new wife Anne-Marie Corbett today, 7 August.

The couple looked so happy as they stood under a vibrant arch of purple hydrangeas and pink roses following the intimate ceremony at St Michael’s church in Heckfield, Hampshire.

They also shared a kiss as they celebrated tying the knot in a ceremony which took place at 1pm, with the pair’s closest friends and family watching on.

Anne-Marie looked incredible as she wore a stunning white gown which featured a one-shoulder lace detail and she carried beautiful purple and pink roses.

Ant McPartlin and Anne-Marie Corbett beamed as they left their wedding at St Michael’s Church in Heckfield

The pair shared a kiss outside the church
The pair shared a kiss outside the church

The delighted pair waved as they left the church
The delighted pair waved as they left the church

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Pirated-Entertainment Sites Make About $1.3 Billion per Year From Advertisements: Study

Websites and apps featuring pirated movies and TV shows make about $1.3 billion (roughly Rs. 9,660 crores) from advertising each year, including from major companies like Amazon, according to a study.

The piracy operations are also a key source of malware, and some advertisements placed on the sites contain links that hackers use to steal personal information or conduct ransomware attacks, according to the online safety nonprofit Digital Citizens Alliance and the anti-piracy firm White Bullet

Solutions While law enforcement officials have sought to stop some of the online criminality, the groups identified at least 84,000 illicit entertainment sites.

The study underscores just how tough a problem piracy is for both Hollywood studios and companies that distribute digital advertisements. The situation has been compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has left more people watching films and television shows over the web, where criminals have a greater chance of successfully targeting

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