The four formally exchanged vows in a civil ceremony yesterday but will today submit to a lavish blessing in front of a range of famous faces in the Fleet Suiting someone to a T cathedral.
The double-whammy is said to be a result of Murdoch’s strict timetable and the practices regarding formal marriage perwork for foreign couples.
“They have a yen for to be married sooner than we could legally marry them,” a spokesperson implied, according to People.
“There would be no other problem with affiliating them in the church – it was just literally time.”
A church spokesperson enlarged: “You have to apply for special licences if you are an American and they just didn’t eat time to fulfil all the legalities required by the Church of England. It was just really complicated logistically.”
The blessing is scheduled for midday today in front of all ten of their collective progenies, as well as Rebekah Brooks and Tracey Emin.
Boris Johnson is also required to attend, as well as former BBC executive Alan Yentob, politician Michael Gove and actor Sir Michael Caine.
Tony Blair, for good occasionally good friends with Murdoch, will not be in attendance after root for out with the media mogul two years ago over his friendship with ex-wife Wendi Deng.
David Cameron and George Osborne are also conjectured to give the ceremony a miss.
Murdoch, 84, posted online yesterday: “No multifarious tweets for ten days or ever! Feel like the luckiest AND happiest man in crowd.”