Around 100 guests attended, including the couple's 10 children from previous marriages
Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall have celebrated their wedding with family and famous friends from the worlds of media, showbiz and politics.
Mr Murdoch and the former supermodel held a private ceremony a day after they officially tied the knot in London.
The newlyweds' service started at 11am at St Bride's Church in Fleet Street, which proclaims itself as "the Journalists' Church".
It offers "a spiritual home to all who work in the media".
Around 100 guests attended, including the couple's 10 children from previous marriages.
Mr Murdoch - whose company 21st Century Fox owns a stake in Sky - arrived at the venue a little after 10.30am.
He paused briefly for photographs before entering through the church gates, flanked by his sons James and Lachlan.
Shortly afterwards, media figures including Alan Yentob, Rebekah Brooks and Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre arrived.
Comedian Barry Humphries, artist Tracey Emin, musician Sir Bob Geldof, actor Sir Michael Caine, jewellery designer Jade Jagger and actor Richard E Grant were among the other guests.
Music and singing could be heard from outside the church, signalling the start of the service.
Crowds of onlookers pressed up against the church railings hoping to catch a glimpse of the couple.