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Couple whose travel photos captivated the world get married in Moscow and the wedding album is spectacular

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The young Russian couple famed for their wanderlust-worthy Instagram photos from around the world have got married - and their wedding photos are every inch as stunning and dramatic as you'd expect.

Russian photographer Murad Osmann and his journalist fiancée Natalia Zakharova have amassed a huge following of over 2.5 million people on the platform, thanks to their #FollowMeTo series which shows Zakharova holding her man's hand and leading the way through a string of incredible settings across the world.

In many of the photos, Zakharova is seen modelling show-stopping outfits sourced from the destination they're capturing, whether that's the backstreets of Delhi, the deserts of Dubai or Victoria Peak in Hong Kong.

This weekend, the couple shared their most important journey of all, as Zakharova led Osmann up the aisle and they tied the knot in a lavish Moscow ceremony. 

The couple played with their standard #FollowMeTo formula for the event. In one photo, Zakharova is no longer leading Osmann and instead walks ahead of him - perhaps to signify the shifting dynamic of marriage. And in another photo and a short video of the marriage ceremony, we see get to see their faces - in a departure from their anti-selfie ethos.

The bride wore Vera Wang for the ceremony, and the duo also posted behind-the-scenes photos on the run-up to the wedding. Take a look, below, or check out more photos on their accounts @yourleo and @muradosmann


Some backstage photos before the wedding...

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