The Scottish businessman and the Uzbek beauty said their vows under a canopy of white roses against the breathtakingly beauty backdrop of the ocean yesterday after six years together.
Brunette bombshell Nigora wore a stunning A-line gown which trailed behind her in a train of delicate tulle, featuring intricate floral lace embroidery on the figure-hugging bodice.
She wore her long chocolate locks in a bohemian undo with loose strands curled into gentle waves and a bejewelled wreathe woven into the back of her tousled 'do.
The happy couple looked very loved up as they were snapped by a guest holding hands as they made their marriage vows by the side of the beach.
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Duncan wore a traditional Scottish kilt and looked dapper in a smart jacket and red bow-tie.
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The lavish event marks the multi-millionaire's third time down the aisle, after he split from his second wife, Joanne McCue, shortly before meeting Nigora.
He was also married to Gail Brodie from 1983 to 1994 during which time the pair had four children together.
Duncan popped the question with Nigora last year during a romantic trip to Monaco, proposing with an extravagant diamond ring.
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Guests took to Twitter to share adorable snaps of the newly married couple, with one announcing: "Welcome the new Mr & Mrs Bannatyne."
Another gushed about the romantic affair, sharing a shot of them, writing: "Fantastic wedding on the beach with @DuncanBannatyne."
TV star Gillian McKeith, 57, shared a sweet snap of the pair cutting their wedding cake, saying: "Beautiful bride and groom cutting the first pice of cake!"