LONDON (Reuters) - Supermodel Kate Moss married her rocker boyfriend Jamie Hince on Friday in a small English country church, accompanied by 15 bridesmaids. The couple's ceremony took around 45 minutes, before they left the church to cheers from locals. Moss, 37, and Hince, 42, a guitar player with The Kills, posed for photos outside the church in the village of Southrop, after the ceremony. It was the first marriage for the model, who met Hince in 2007. Moss wore a sleeveless, full-length, white wedding dress designed by her close friend John Galliano and covered in rhinestones while Jamie who wore sunglasses as he posed with Kate for photos wore a light blue double-breasted suit. The couple then kissed before getting into a Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow car, which drove them back to their home in nearby Little Faringdon. As the car pulled away the newlyweds waved and a Rolling Stones track could be heard playing on its stereo. Local resident Martin Owen told the media: "I saw her arriving at the church. She looked amazing. She always looks amazing. We've got to know her well as she comes to the pub here frequently, most weekends." Guests at the wedding included supermodel Naomi Campbell - who arrived after the bride and had to run to get into church before her - actors Sadie Frost and Jude Law, businessman Philip Green, Kate's former partner - and father to Lila - Jefferson Hack and Mick Jones from punk band The Clash. Her eight year-old daughter Lila was among the 15 bridesmaids, who were all dressed in ivory, media reports said. The couple are expected to throw a three-day reception and party at the model's home nearby, according to media reports. Moss began her professional career as an ultra-slim 16 year-old and quickly became one of the best known and top-earning models in the world.