Give me five: Game of the throne star Sean Bean, 58, marries for the fifth time

HOLLYWOOD star Sean Bean has married for the fifth time – tying the knot with girlfriend Ashley Moore.

The Game Of Thrones star, 58, and Ashley, 32, became husband and wife on Thursday in Dorset.

A black-and-white photograph of the couple on their big day shows them beaming from ear to ear, with Ashley looking stunning in a dress with lace sleeves, the Sun reports.

Rumoured to have got engaged in December 2014, the actor has previously admitted he hadn’t intended to tie the knot again.

But everything changed when he met ex-nanny Ashley – who is 26 years his junior.

He told The Daily Mail: “I wasn’t planning on getting married again. But then I wasn’t planning on meeting someone as amazing as Ashley. I can’t wait to spend the rest of our lives together.”

Sean’s first marriage was to hairdresser Debra James back in 1981 but they split in 1988.

The up and coming actor went on to meet Bread actress Melanie Hill at RADA and the couple married in 1990, going on to have two daughters.

Sean and his first wife hairdresser Debra James, on their wedding day in 1981

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Sean and his first wife, hairdresser Debra James, on their wedding day in 1981

Sean and actress Melanie Hill at their 1990 wedding

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Sean and actress Melanie Hill at their 1990 wedding

After that marriage ended in divorce in 1997, Sean met his third wife Abigail Cruttenden on the set of Sharpe and they married and had a daughter together.

Fourth time round, the actor wed actress Georgina Sutcliffe in 2008 but their marriage lasted just two years.

Sean went on to wed actress Abigail Cruttenden

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Sean went on to wed actress Abigail Cruttenden

Sean Bean and Georgina Sutcliffe married in 2008

Sean Bean and Georgina Sutcliffe married in 2008

Despite his busy personal life, the star’s career has gone from strength to strength.

He’s become known for playing characters who suffer brutal deaths, including Boromir in Lord Of The Rings and James Bond baddie Alec Trevelyan in GoldenEye.

His starring role in 2011 as Eddard “Ned” Stark in Game Of Thrones left viewers stunned when his character’s head was hacked off in a shock twist and held aloft by an executioner in the season finale.

In March it was announced the actor will be reprising the role of John Marlott in season two of ITV’s The Frankenstein Chronicles.

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