- The former England striker wed his fiancee Down Under
- Tagoe posted pictures of the ceremony on Instagram
- Heskey, 36, is now play for Newcastle Jets in the A-League
- He played for eight clubs including Liverpool, Leicester, Aston Villa
- Heskey won 62 caps for his country, scoring seven goals
Former Liverpool, Leicester and England striker Emile Heskey has married his Ghanaian fiancee Chantelle Tagoe in a lavish ceremony in Australia.
His Liverpudlian bride, one of the original WAGs who last year coached a wives-and-girlfriends football team for a charity match, posted the several pictures of the ceremony on her Instagram account.
Heskey, 36, is now playing for Australian A-League side the Newcastle Jets.
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Married: Former England striker Emile Heskey (left) and his fiancee walking down the aisle
From Reds to wed: Former Liverpool striker Heskey (left) was married in Australia, where he now plays
The striker played for England for more than 10 years, making 62 appearances in which he scored just seven goals.
His finest hour in an England shirt was when he scored in the 5-1 mauling of Germany in Munich.
Heskey started his career at Leicester City before moving to Liverpool, playing more 400 times for the two clubs in total.
After leaving Anfield Heskey spent time with Birmingham City, Wigan Athletic and Aston Villa before eventually moving to Australia.
He has been derided, sometimes unfairly, throughout his career for his lack of prowess in front of goal and sometimes heavy touch and clumsy demeanour.
However, he was an integral part of the England squad - despite his meagre goal return - and won a cup treble with Liverpool in 2001.
Things are looking up Down Under: Heskey (right) has scored 10 times for his current club the Newcastle Jets
International: Heskey (left) played 62 times for England, scoring seven goals