Call The Midwife's Helen George and Olly Rix tie the knot on-screen

Call The Midwife star Helen George is ever the blushing bride as screen character Trixie Franklin marries Matthew Aylward in romantic wedding scenes for series 12 of sixties based hospital drama

Helen George and Olly Rix looked ever the joyous newlyweds as they filmed for the new season of Call The Midwife.

The co-stars, who portray characters Trixie Franklin and Matthew Aylward, were getting married in the scenes – with a lavish wedding celebration in full force. 

Filming in West London, the scenes reveal that character Trixie will finally get her happily ever after, following a break from the show during season 11.

Wedding bells! Call The Midwife’s Helen George, 38, was ever the blushing bride while filming wedding scenes for season 12 of the show… tying the knot on-screen with co-star Olly Rix

In the filming shots, Helen sports a 1960s inspired ivory wedding gown with a long sleeve and slightly off the shoulder neckline.

Her bright blonde locks were pulled back into a sleek low bun for the bridal look, with one front section sweeping to the side as she donned a veil.

Holding onto a small bouquet of flowers, the star beamed as she linked arms with new on-screen husband Olly. 

Happy ending: Filming in West London, the scenes reveal that Helen’s character Trixie will finally get her happily ever after, following a break from the show during season 11


Loved up: The two actors grabbed on to one another while putting on an amorous display during filming

Beauty: In the filming shots, Helen sports a 1960s inspired ivory wedding gown with a long sleeve and slightly off the shoulder neckline

Olly’s ensemble was very fitting of the 1950s/60s set show, as he donned a black tailcoat with pinstripe trousers and a satin tie/waistcoat combo.

The actor looked dapper with his hair slicked back, with a small buttonhole flower on the left side of his coat.

Helen and Olly leaned in for a sweet kiss while rolling, as the bride cupped his face while leaning in close.


Stunner: Her bright blonde locks were pulled back into a sleek low bun for the bridal look, with one front section sweeping to the side as she donned a veil

Smooch: They sealed the nuptials with a kiss as co-stars happily watched on

Classy: The traditional wedding took place at a grandeur church, as the newlyweds led their guests out


Smitten: Holding onto a small bouquet of flowers, Helen beamed as she leaned in close to new on-screen husband Olly

The pair were showered in confetti for the celebration as co-stars flocked to the nuptials – with nuns in the background. 

Laura Main, who plays Shelagh Turner, was snapped on set with co-star Georgie Glen, who plays Millicent Higgin.

Sporting a dusty blue dress with a high collar and below the knee hem, Laura added a matching pillbox hat for the scenes.

While Georgie was clad in a burgundy two-piece ensemble with a button-up design and matching cloche hat.


Of the time: Olly’s ensemble was very fitting of the 1950s/60s set show, as he donned a black tailcoat with pinstripe trousers and a satin tie/waistcoat combo

Tear to the eye: The actor looked dapper with his hair slicked back, with a small buttonhole flower on the left side of his coat

Taking a break: Laura Main, who plays Shelagh Turner, was snapped on set with co-star Georgie Glen, who plays Millicent Higgin

Couple: She then joined her character’s husband husband Dr Patrick Turner, played by Stephen McGann


Looking smart: Stephen was suited and booted for the occasion in a black three-piece tailored ensemble and green tie

Character Shelagh’s husband Dr Patrick Turner, played by Stephen McGann, was suited and booted for the occasion in a black three-piece tailored ensemble and green tie.

While Cliff Parisi, who plays Fred Buckle in the series was all smiles in a grey suit and top hat as he wrapped an arm around on-screen son Reggie (Daniel Laurie).

Trixie and Matthew met during series 10 of the show when his wife gave birth at the Lady Emily Clinic, before passing away in an episode later. 

Helen left Call The Midwife halfway through season 11 due to her real-life pregnancy, but confirmed earlier this year that she would be back on screen for the new series.

The BBC drama will return with a Christmas special on Christmas Day and season 12 is expected to follow in the weeks after. 

Guests: While Cliff Parisi, who plays Fred Buckle in the series was all smiles as he wrapped an arm around on-screen son Reggie (Daniel Laurie)a


Full look: A joyous Cliff donned a grey three-piece suit with a tailcoat, waistcoat and tie

Making it rain: The cast were all in high spirits for the filming, as confetti was thrown over the happy couple


Sweet: Trixie and Matthew met during series 10 of the show when his wife gave birth at the Lady Emily Clinic, before passing away in an episode later


Nuns: Judy Parfitt and Rebecca Gethings were in full costume as they played Nonnatus House’s nuns, as the latter pushed a moped

Busy: Crew gathered on set for the filming, wrapped up in big coats

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