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It's one of those horrid pitfalls that isn't obviously stated in the rules, but Entry Clearance Officers can take issue with because you are technically no longer fiancés. HOWEVER, you don't need to wait for the full 6 months of the Fiancé visa to elapse. You can apply for your FLR as soon as you are wed and, if you pay extra for the premium service, you will have your biometrics residency permit within around 4 weeks (allowing for appointment waiting time - because outside the delay in getting an appointment, the actual process is VERY quick).

EDIT: I replied same time as Joppa
 
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