England and Leicester City star Jamie Vardy will marry fiancee Becky Nicholson today at Peckforton Castle near Tarporley.
A favourite for weddings, footballer Wes Brown also got married there in 2009; the couple are likely to have booked exclusive use of the gothic castle set in 36,000 acres of land.
The 29-year-old, who has already postponed his nuptials three times to avoid his footballing commitments, will marry Miss Nicholson at 2pm today, Wednesday May 25.
Built in the 1840s, in addition to weddings the Grade I listed building has often been used by film and TV companies for location filming, providing the setting for a shows such as Doctor Who and the 1991 Robin Hood film.
It was also used by the Real Housewives of Cheshire last year.
What does it look like inside?
With its quaint hotel suites and packed with traditional features such as four-poster beds, the ceremony is likely to be a lavish affair.
This could very well be the aisle Jamie's bride Becky Nicholson will be walking down to come face to face with her groom. It's an aisle that will have seen hundreds of couples tie the knot in previous years. It's oozing with romance, which is everything you can expect from a wedding in a castle.
Where they might have their first dance
We don't know what Jamie and Rebecca's first dance will be but it's likely they will be doing it here on the dancefloor. Perhaps singer Sam Bailey will serenade the couple with a romantic ballad as they take to the floor, or it's even possible Tinchy Stryder has penned a special rap for the happy couple. You never know.
Where will guests enjoy a drink before the ceremony?
Tucked away in the heart of Peckforton Castle, you will find a stunningly intimate wine cellar which makes it the perfect place for guests to enjoy an aperitif before the ceremony.
It is a customised design of the central supporting structure and is so pretty, staff at Peckforton Castle warn guests that they might not want to leave!
Where might they enjoy the wedding breakfast
Cheshire can boast some of the finest local produce in the country so it's entirely possible some of that will be on the menu for the Vardy wedding breakfast.
It's most likely this will be where the happy couple enjoy their meal, and in what finer surroundings than the castle's magnificent great hall? It seats up to 220 people and features a 10m high vaulted ceiling so the couple's guests will have ample space to enjoy the day.
Where they might enjoy some relaxing, romantic time
How better to start a life of wedded bliss than to enjoy a romantic bath filled with rose petals and a glass of champagne? This bathroom in one of the bedroom suites could very well be where the new Mr and Mrs Vardy relax after what has no doubt been hectic wedding day for them.
Where they might get their beauty sleep
Rooms in the luxury bridal suite are fit for a king, not just a Premier league footballer and his new wife.
Richly decorated, the rooms are individually styled to perfectly complement the castle's original features, creating a real sense of history and modern majestic flair. They ooze opulence but are also inviting and comfortable.