Sean Bean wedding photos (click thumbs for fill size) By Amy Burns SHEFFIELD-born Hollywood superstar Sean Bean has wed for the fourth time. The 48-year-old Lord Of The Rings star tied the knot with girlfriend Georgina Sutcliffe, aged 29, at Marylebone Register Office in central London in a low-key ceremony yesterday afternoon. Sharpe actor and dedicated Blades fan Sean, aged 48, was originally due to marry actress Georgina, 29, last month but the couple called off the wedding 24 hours before the big day citing "personal reasons". But things went off without a hitch yesterday and the small group of guests included the actor's three daughters from previous relationships.
Georgina wore a pale gold top with a black pencil skirt and carried white roses while Sean opted for a pinstripe suit. The newlyweds shared a kiss on the register office steps before getting in a London cab. Handsworth-born Sean wed his teenage sweetheart, Debra, at just 21. That was followed by marriages to actress Melanie Hill with whom he has two daughters and Sharpe co-star Abigail Cruttenden, the mother of his third daughter.
Tough guy actor Sean Bean ties the knot for the FOURTH time yesterday - and says "I feel fantastic".
But it was touch and go before he finally wed TV actress Georgina Sutcliffe, 29, in front of 15 family and friends at Marylebone register office in London.
The "volatile" couple called off a previous ceremony last month at 24 hours' notice. A pal said: "We were all on tenterhooks wondering if it would go ahead." Sheffield-born Sean, 48 - who starred in Lord of the Rings and as a baddie in GoldenEye - first got hitched to hairdresser Debra when he was 21.
He has two daughters with wife No2, actress Melanie Hill, and one with third missus Abigail Cruttenden, who played his wife in the ITV series Sharpe.
The actor Sean Bean, who played the warrior Boromir in The Lord of the Rings, has married for the fourth time.
Friends of the 48-year-old and Georgina Sutcliffe, 29, had feared that their wedding might not go ahead after the couple called off a previous planned ceremony 24 hours before they were due to marry last month.
However, this time there was no last-minute hitch and the television actress - dressed in a 1940s-style black pencil skirt and white blouse, accessorised with towering heels, a flash of red lipstick and white flowers in her hair - tied the knot with Sheffield-born Bean at Marylebone Registry Office in central London in front of 15 close friends and family.
After the ceremony the actor said he felt "fantastic".
Wearing a blue two-piece pinstripe suit Bean, who starred as a James Bond villain in GoldenEye, whisked his new bride into a black cab before being driven off.
Bean married his first wife Debra, a hairdresser, when he was just 21.
He has two grown-up daughters, Lorna and Molly with second wife, actress Melanie Hill.
He then married Abigail Cruttenden, who played his wife in the ITV historical drama series Sharpe, with whom he had a daughter Evie, now nine.