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Celebrity couples who got married this year, stars' weddings 2023 – Wonderwall


Join us as we take a look back at all the famous couples who tied the knot in 2023 — or whose weddings came to light this year…
Hulk Hogan tied the knot for the third time on Sept. 22. According to TMZ, which published exclusive wedding photos, the WWE legend married yoga instructor Sky Daily in an extremely intimate ceremony at their place of worship: Indian Rocks Baptist Church in Clearwater, Florida.
The wrestling star’s son, Nick Hogan, attended the nuptials, but the groom’s daughter, Brooke Hogan, was noticeably absent. According to TMZ, she “couldn’t make it on such short notice.” Brooke, however, took to Instagram to explain that “For my own journey to healing and happiness, I have chosen to create some distance between myself and my family, and am focusing on people and things that heal my heart and align with my own personal beliefs, goals and values,” though she added of her father, “I wish him well.”
Both of Hulk’s children — plus their mother, Hulk’s first wife Linda Hogan — found fame on their family’s reality show, “Hogan Knows Best.” Sky has three children from a previous marriage: two sons, 16 and 14, and a daughter, 9.
Hulk and Sky started dating in 2022 and got engaged in July when he popped the question with a six-carat diamond ring reportedly worth $100,000.
Keep reading to see who else tied the knot in 2023…
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“Downton Abbey” star Michelle Dockery married film producer Jasper Waller-Bridge at London’s St. Nicholas church on Sept. 23.
Page Six reported that the bride wore a white satin gown by Emilia Wickstead.
The couple celebrated with a reception at the Orleans House Gallery in Twickenham attended by a slew of stars — DailyMail.com has the photos. Guests included the groom’s Emmy-winning sister, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, and her partner, playwright and filmmaker Martin McDonagh; plus “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes and actors from the show including Laura Carmichael, Lily James, Jim Carter, Lesley Nicol, Joanne Froggatt, Allen Leech, Imelda Staunton and Lesley Manville.
The newlyweds have been together since 2019 and announced their engagement in 2022.
It’s Michelle’s first marriage, though she was previously engaged to public relations executive John Dineen, who died from cancer in 2015. “We were engaged, and married at heart, and so I do consider myself a widow,” Michelle told The Guardian in 2017.
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Comedian Dane Cook, 51, wed fitness instructor and singer Kelsi Taylor, 24, on a private estate in Oahu, Hawaii, on Sept. 23, after six years as a couple.
People magazine, which has wedding photos, reported that the couple — who over the years have made headlines for their 26-year-plus age difference — married in front of just 20 guests.
Kelsi — who started dating Dane when she was 18 and he was 44 after they met at a game night he hosted at his home — walked down the aisle to Train’s “Marry Me,” she told People. She and Dane exited the ceremony as Hall & Oates’ “You Make My Dreams” played.
After honeymooning in Hawaii, they’re returning to Los Angeles where the comedian will do a benefit show at The Laugh Factory in LA on Oct. 5 with 100% of the proceeds going to support the Maui Strong Fund in the wake of the summer’s deadly wildfires. “I’ve always loved the genuine appreciation and pride Hawaiians have for their beautiful land, and they are always so kind, accommodating and welcoming. So to learn about the fires last month was beyond heartbreaking. But in the face of tragedy and loss, it’s been inspiring to see the strength and resilience of Hawaii,” Dane explained to People magazine of why he wanted to do the benefit.
Jack Osbourne and Aree Gearhart are now husband and wife.
The TV host — who’s the son of rocker Ozzy Osbourne and TV personality Sharon Osbourne — and the magazine editor-turned interior designer shared the happy news on Instagram on Sept. 21.
“Snuck away and married my best friend last week. I am honored to be your wife. All in forever,” Aree captioned a wedding photo.
Jack shared the same image, writing, “Something really cool happened. I married the most amazing woman I’ve ever met. All in.”
The couple, who’ve been together since 2019, welcomed a daughter in 2022. Jack also shares three daughters with first wife Lisa Stelly.
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“Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts married her partner of 18 years, Amber Laign, on Sept. 8 in the backyard of their home, “GMA” reported.
Robin’s childhood pastor officiated as the women exchanged vows, then violinist Caroline Campbell played “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” as the brides — who both wore gowns by designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka — entered their enchanted garden-themed reception.
Celebrity guests at their nuptials included Robin’s “GMA” co-stars George Stephanopoulos, Sam Champion, Lara Spencer, Michael Strahan, David Muir, Gio Benitez, Dr. Jen Ashton and Tory Johnson, People magazine reported, adding that tennis legend Billie Jean King and CBS journalist Gayle King were also in attendance.
“An intimate, magical wedding ceremony in our backyard followed by a joyous reception…ohhhh the dancing!! We are immensely grateful to all for making it a day and a night to remember,” Robin wrote on Instagram alongside wedding photos, adding, “Honeymoon here we come!”
The couple — who’ve both faced health challenges including cancer battles during their long romance — got engaged in late 2022 while dining together at a favorite restaurant in Connecticut: They put rings of calamari on each other’s fingers.
“We took the calamari rings and we slapped them on each other’s fingers and we just we proposed to one another,” Robin said. “Now looking back, it was pretty fitting for us to not have a down on one knee [proposal] and one person doing it … it was just us hanging out in our little hole-in-the-wall Mexican spot and putting calamari rings on each other and saying, ‘Let’s go. Let’s do it.'”

Surprise! On Sept. 9, Marvel actor Chris Evans married actress Alba Baptista at their Boston-area home, People magazine reported.
Wedding guests included Chris’s marvel co-stars including Jeremy Renner, Scarlet Johansson, Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Hemsworth. John Krasinski and wife Emily Blunt were also there, People reported.
According to Page Six, Chris and Alba are planning to throw a second wedding celebration in Europe. “There is going to be a second gathering in [her native] Portugal for members of Alba’s family who couldn’t be in Massachusetts,” a source said, adding that it was expected to happen in the days after their American wedding. “Then they’ll depart from Portugal for their honeymoon.”
The “Avengers” actor and the “Warrior Nun” actress’s romance was publicly revealed in November 2022. The pair did not announce an engagement before they married.

Scottish DJ and music producer Calvin Harris married Radio 1 host Vick Hope in an outdoor ceremony in England on Sept. 9, multiple outlets reported.
Their wedding reception resembled a music festival: It was held in a tent decorated with greenery on the grounds of Hulne Priory, Alnwick, Northumberland, People magazine reported.
The Sun reported that the couple flew in music icon Nile Rodgers and his band Chic from America to perform for guests who included BBC radio DJs Scott Mills, Vernon Kay and Jordan North plus “Big Brother” UK host AJ Odudu.
The couple started dating in 2022 and got engaged the same year, but they knew each other long before that: Vick confirmed that she turned Calvin down in the aughts when she was 19 and he was an up-and-coming artist. “It’s something that we laughed about on our first proper date. We still laugh about it now,” she told You magazine.

Actress Joey King and director Steven Piet married on the Spanish island of Mallorca on Sept. 2, Just Jared confirmed. 
Details of their nuptials were revealed in the days that followed. The venue? La Fortaleza, a fortress that was built in 1628. The dress she wore to walk down the aisle? Oscar de la Renta couture.
The guests? Among the big name in attendance were Taylor Swift and her brother, Austin Swift; actress-singer Sabrina Carpenter, who sang the bride down the aisle in Swedish with “Tjugonde” by Amason; Joey’s “The Kissing Booth” co-star Taylor Zakhar-Perez and “The Act” co-stars Patricia Arquette and AnnaSophia Robb; actress pals Phoebe Dynevor and Kaitlyn Dever; and the bride’s “We Were the Lucky Ones” director, Thomas Kail, and his wife, Oscar winner Michelle Williams.
Joey and Steven started dating in 2019 after meeting on the set of “The Act,” in which Joey starred. Steven directed two episodes of the Hulu limited series.
The nuptials followed the couple’s February 2022 engagement.

After a nearly two-year engagement, Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth finally tied the knot with her musician beau, Josh Bryant, on Sept. 2. The nuptials (People magazine has photos) took place at a private residence in Dallas in front of 140 guests with plenty of the bride’s favorite color — pink — surrounding them. Even her wedding dress included a pale pink overlay!
Josh revealed that he knew Kristin’s favorite color would be prominently featured on their wedding day, telling People, “Without having to even ask Kristin, I knew that the theme would probably be pink-oriented in some way.” Though Kristin claimed she wanted things “simple and elegant,” Josh noted that she doesn’t do “simple” like others, explaining, “Normal to Kristin is like 110%.”
Among the fun details? Their dog, Thunder, served as ring bearer and Dunkin’ donuts and 7-11 Slurpees were passed out as late-night treats.
Kathy Najimy, David Foster, Katharine McPhee and Kenny Ortega were among the couple’s famous friends on hand for the festivities.
Kristin, 55, and Josh, 41, met in 2016 but didn’t take their relationship to the next level until 2018. They got engaged in 2021.

Comedian Jay Mohr married Los Angeles Lakers owner Jeanie Buss in Malibu on Sept. 3 in front of about 20 close friends and family members, TMZ — which has a wedding photo — reported.
The couple, who started dating in 2017 but didn’t take their romance public until 2021, announced their engagement in December 2022.

“Dancing With the Stars” alums Derek Hough and Hayley Erbert tied the knot in Monterey County, California, on Aug. 26, People magazine — which has wedding pics — reported.
“We’re in a redwood forest, but we got married right in front of this mother tree that’s surrounded by all these smaller trees,” the bride — who wore a wedding gown designed by Georgina Chapman of Marchesa — told the magazine. “They drop all the seeds, and it plants kind of like an army of children to protect the mother. The symbolism of it was beautiful. We’re here, planting our seeds to grow our family.”
Among the 106 guests at their ceremony and reception, which was held in a 100-year-old barn, were some famous faces including the groom’s sister, Julianne Hough, plus Jenna Johnson, Frieda Pinto, Amy Purdy, Maria Menounos, Shawn Johnson, Nina Dobrev and Shaun White, Robert and Kym Herjavec and Alfonso Ribeiro.
Derek and Hayley met in 2014 when she was a dancer on his and sister Julianne’s live tour. They started dating the following year and got engaged in 2022.

Music star Ty Herndon — who in 2014 announced that he’s gay, becoming the first mainstream male country music singer to come out publicly — married Alex Schwartz at Owen Farm in Chapmansboro, Tennessee, on Aug. 26.
Stars including Kristin Chenoweth and her fiance, Josh Bryant, and Ty’s longtime pal Sally Struthers were among the couple’s 300 guests, People magazine — which has wedding photos — reported.
Ty and Alex met at a dinner party about a year before they tied the knot. They got engaged in February after about six months of dating.

Tish Cyrus and Dominic Purcell tied the knot at her daughter Miley Cyrus’s home in Malibu on Aug. 19 — less than a year after they were first publicly linked in November 2022, mere months after she filed to divorce Billy Ray Cyrus following nearly three decades of marriage. In a post-wedding interview with Vogue, Tish revealed that the “Prison Break” alum — whom she met when she slid into his DMs — popped the question over Thanksgiving 2022 and that Miley walked her down the aisle.

Eight-time Grammy winner Jack Antonoff and two-time Emmy nominee Margaret Qualley tied the knot in New Jersey on Aug. 19 in front of famous friends and family members including Taylor Swift, Channing Tatum, Zoe Kravitz, Cara Delevingne, Lana Del Rey and the bride’s mother, Golden Globe-winning actress Andie MacDowell.
The couple got engaged in early 2022 — less than a year after they were first romantically linked. Margaret previously romanced Pete Davidson and Shia LaBeouf, while Jack and Lena Dunham were an item for years.

Margaret Qualley and Jack Antonoff held hands as they headed to their wedding reception at Bird & Betty’s in Beach Haven, New Jersey, on Aug. 19.
See more photos from their wedding weekend — including the famous guests who attended — here.

Oscar winner Michelle Yeoh married her longtime fiancé, former Ferrari CEO Jean Todt, in Geneva on July 27 — 19 years after they got engaged after less than two months of dating. “We met in Shanghai on 4th June 2004,” read a message in the wedding program, which was posted on Instagram by former Ferrari Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa. “On 26th July 2004, J.T proposed to marry M.Y and she said YES. Today after 6992 days on 27th July 2023 in Geneva, surrounded by loving family and friends, we are so happy to celebrate this special moment together!” the note ended.

According to People magazine, which published exclusive wedding photos, CNN correspondent Eva McKend married Dennis R. Bates Jr. at a private, 300-acre estate in Frederick, Maryland, on Aug. 6. The duo met on the dating app Bumble in 2019 and got engaged in July 2022.
According to DailyMail.com, Liev Schreiber quietly married pregnant girlfriend Taylor Neisen — who was Miss South Dakota 2012 — in a small, intimate ceremony officiated by author Jonathan Safran Foer at the couple’s home in the Hamptons over the long Fourth of July weekend. Just four guests were on hand for the nuptials including Liev’s kids with former partner Naomi Watts: teenagers Sasha and Kai. “They didn’t want a big fuss because Taylor is ready to give birth, but they wanted to bring the baby into the world as husband and wife,” a source said.
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Super-private couple “Atlanta” and “Knives Out” actor LaKeith Stanfield and model Kasmere Trice are married, they told People magazine in its issue out on July 26. The couple, who wed sometime after getting engaged in December 2022, also confirmed to the magazine that they’d recently welcomed a baby together, though they chose to keep their child’s gender and name private. The baby is Kasmere’s first and the third for the “Haunted Mansion” star, who has two daughters under 7 from previous relationships.

Anne de Paula and Joel Embiid married in Southampton, New York, on July 22, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue model announced on Instagram a few days later, captioning a slideshow of wedding pics with the Philadelphia 76ers player, “You and me forever. We’re made for each other.” The couple, who share a son, first connected in 2018.

“Rocky IV” actor Dolph Lundgren, 65, wed personal trainer Emma Krokdal, 27, in Greece on July 13 following a three-year engagement. “We chose to celebrate our love by getting married at our villa in Mykonos with family and a few close friends,” the couple told People magazine in a statement. “With both COVID and a long road of challenging medical treatments,” they added — referring to Dolph’s quiet eight-year cancer battle, which he shared publicly in May — “we’ve had to push our marriage plans many times. We felt it was finally the right time to celebrate love, life and happiness — in the land of the Gods.”

A month after confirming their engagement, actor Dylan Sprouse and model Barbara Palvin married on July 15 in her native Hungary, Vogue — which has wedding photos — reported. The couple exchanged vows first in a church in Albertirsa, which is where Barbara’s parents wed 34 years earlier, then had a civil ceremony on a small island within a reserve on her parents’ property, Harlekin Birtok, which is also an event venue where they had their reception. 
The bride — who’s changing her last name to Sprouse — wore a white Vivienne Westwood wedding dress and a custom Tiffany & Co. choker to say “I do.” Dylan told the magazine he was happy to leave it all to his bride. “We didn’t have a planner so Barbara and her sister planned most of it,” he said. “They told me my only job is to show up and say the right name.”

Country music singer and HGTV Canada star Kortney Wilson married Ryan Vella at the Paradisus Playa Del Carmen resort in Mexico on July 9. (People magazine published exclusive wedding photos.) “I believe in second chances and that staying true to who you are means something. And it means that I am enough. Just as I am, Ryan loves me and I’m in love with loving him for the rest of my life,” the bride gushed. She and her new husband met on a dating app in 2020 after she split from her “Masters of Flip” co-host Dave Wilson following nearly two decades of marriage.

Grammy-winning Pentatonix singer Scott Hoying married model Mark Manio at the Ritz-Carlton Bacara in Santa Barbara, California, on July 7 after six years of dating and a year-long engagement. (People magazine has the gorgeous wedding photos.) Their friend, “A Thousand Years” singer Christina Perri, officiated at the nuptials where guests included Colton Haynes, Adam Rippon, Brittany Broski, Randy Jackson, Betty Who and Scott’s Pentatonix groupmates.
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“Sister Wives” star Gwendlyn Brown, whose mom is Christine Brown — one of patriarch Kody Brown’s former wives — married Beatriz Queiroz on July 15 in an intimate ceremony in Flagstaff, Arizona. Beatriz popped the question in November 2022 a month after Gwendlyn opened up about her sexuality on an episode of the TLC show, sharing that she’s bisexual. The couple started dating in May 2022 after meeting at the fast food restaurant where they worked.

Actor Blair Underwood married Josie Hart — a friend of 43 years he met when he was 16 — at the Casa de Campo Resort & Villas in the Dominican Republic on June 24 in front of 100 guests that included actress Kim Fields and actor Malcolm-Jamal Warner. The “L.A. Law” alum began dating his bride after both went through divorces. He proposed in the fall of 2022. “To find love and discover love in someone who’s been around in my life, in my family’s life, and as I have been in hers, for so long in an honorable, platonic way. To find each other in this space when we’re both single and looking to see how we’ll spend the rest of our lives. It’s a beautiful love story,” Blair told People magazine. 
“It just feels so right,” he added. “I just feel like it is the next step in moving forward in my life, and doing it together in our lives together. … For all of those who know us, and I’m talking about our nine kids, grandkids, former spouses. For everybody to be on-board and embrace and accept this union is nothing but God.”

Music star Frankie Valli married for the fourth time on June 26. The Four Seasons singer, 89, wed 60-year-old Jackie Jacobs, a former CBS marketing executive, at the Westgate Hotel in Las Vegas. “It’s terrific to have found love once again at this stage of my life,” Frankie told People. 
He and Jackie met in 2007 but didn’t begin dating until 2015. “We met at a restaurant in Los Angeles where he joined my friends and I for dinner,” the bride recalled to People. “We kept in touch by phone until he called me and asked for a date in late 2015 and we’ve been together ever since.”

Jon Hamm married Anna Osceola on June 24 at Anderson Canyon in Big Sur, California — the same spot where they filmed the 2015 finale of “Mad Men.” The couple, whose engagement was made public in February 2023, met on “Mad Men” when Anna appeared on the series’ last episode, but they didn’t emerge as a couple until 2020. 
TMZ and Page Six reported that celebrity guests at the “Confess, Fletch” co-stars’ nuptials included John Slattery, Tina Fey, Paul Rudd, Larry David, Brooke Shields and Billy Crudup. Anna — who wore a strapless white gown while Jon donned a tuxedo — walked down the aisle to the theme song from the 1967 James Bond film “You Only Live Twice.

Comedy star Andy Richter married Las Bandas, Be Brave founder Jennifer Herrera at their home in West Hollywood over the weekend of June 10 — and his old late night host boss, close friend Conan O’Brien, officiated, Andy told Page Six at the Tribeca Festival on June 12. “I haven’t mentioned this to anybody. Two days ago, he married me and my wife,” Andy said, explaining that Conan stepped in when Jennifer’s friend had to pull out. “I knew [Conan] had done it [before] because he married our wardrobe designer on our show. So I asked him to do it and he did it!” The wedding, Andy added, was “like a low-key house party, it was a nice party.” This is Andy’s second marriage. He and Jennifer reportedly began their romance in early 2022.

Billy Crudup and Naomi Watts are husband and wife! The couple, who were first romantically linked in 2017 when they made the Netflix series “Gypsy” together, tied the knot in New York City on June 9. The “King Kong” actress, who wore a stunning sleeveless Oscar de la Renta dress, confirmed the happy news in an Instagram post featuring a photo of herself with her groom in front of what appeared to be a courthouse, captioning it simply, “Hitched!” She shared more pics from their nuptials on her Instagram Story, captioning one shot of the “Morning Show” actor, “Hubby,” and another of her bouquet, “Flowers from the deli!!” Though Naomi and Billy, both 54, have been in high-profile relationships over the decades — her most notably with Heath Ledger and Liev Schreiber, with whom she shares two kids, and him with Mary Louise Parker, with whom he shares a son — this is the first marriage for both.

After just a few months of dating, famed former adult film actress and memoir author Jenna Jameson married “Born Lawless” podcast host Jessi Lawless at the Little Church of the West in Las Vegas — the same place Jenna’s parents wed — on May 23, the couple confirmed to People magazine on June 8. Jenna walked down the aisle, escorted by Jessi’s father as her own father is no longer alive, to “Ring of Fire” by Johnny Cash wearing a white minidress with a long veil and pink platform heels. She and Jessi, who wore a black suit, were married by a Johnny Cash look-alike. After the ceremony, the pair drove around Vegas in a neon green Lamborghini.
“I found the person that I truly should have always been with,” Jenna told People, which posted wedding photos. This is the mother of three’s fourth marriage. “I try to go over in my mind why I ever dated or married men, and it’s selfish and bad to say, but I think my driving force were children,” Jenna explained, “and now that I’ve really found myself, I’m just accepting of everything that I feel inside and don’t shove everything down.” The women began dating in January after Jenna started commenting on Jessi’s TikTok posts.

“Funny Girl,” “Lady Bird” and “Booksmart” actress Beanie Feldstein — who’s also Jonah Hill’s younger sister — married producer Bonnie-Chance Roberts on May 20. The brides both wore Gucci for their ceremony, which featured a summer camp theme and took place at the Cedar Lakes Estate in New York’s Hudson Valley (Vogue has photos). Stars including Ben Platt, Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor, Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo and Kaitlyn Dever were among the couple’s guests. 
“I grew up going to summer camp for 10 years, and my parents and both sets of my grandparents met at summer camp, so camp is a lineage of love through the generations of my family,” Beanie — who earned raves for her performance as Monica Lewinsky on “Impeachment: American Crime Story” — told Vogue. “Even though we met in London [in 2018 during preproduction for the movie ‘How to Build a Girl’] and fell in love on a film set, to get married at a camp was a truly beautiful emotional homecoming.”

Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein married Rajwa Al Saif, a Saudi architect who was education in the United States, in Amman, Jordan, on June 1. The bride, who now goes by Princess Rajwa, wore a custom gown by Elie Saab and flats. Famous guests included European, Asian and Middle Eastern royals (like Britain’s Princess Kate and Prince William as well as Princess Beatrice and her husband) as well as U.S. first lady Jill Biden. See all the incredible photos from their nuptials here.

“The Bachelorette” season 10 lead Andi Dorfman married Blaine Hart on May 31 in front of 75 family members and friends at the Conca del Sogno Beach Club in Sorrento, Italy. The bride shared details of their nuptials — and photos — with People magazine, which reported that the bride wore a corseted gown by Karen Sabag and Manolo Blahnik shoes.
Andi and Blaine met many years ago but didn’t start dating until 2021. “It’s kind of a crazy story,” the attorney-turned-author told People. “We actually met at a party when we were both in college. Blaine was playing baseball at Furman University and one of my friends was his teammate. We met and then I never heard from him again until 15 years later in Italy.” Blaine, she explained, “started DMing me and asked if I wanted to go for drinks. I told him, ‘I’m in Italy, so no.’ And he was like, ‘Well obviously. I saw your Instagram story, I’m here too and I want to take you out for drinks.'” They met up and “that was it,” Andi said, adding that Italy was the obvious choice for a wedding locale: “It’s a very special place for us.”

On the May 9 episode of his “Life Is Short” podcast, Justin Long casually referred to Kate Bosworth as his “now-wife.” Five days later, the actress further fueled rumors they quietly tied the knot when she took to her Instagram Story to share a photo of herself and her beau wearing what appeared to be wedding bands. The duo had just confirmed rumors in early April revealing they’d gotten engaged.
On May 31, Page Six and People magazine confirmed the pair had eloped. “After they got engaged, Kate couldn’t wait to marry Justin. She knew that she never wanted a big wedding. She just cared about being married. They kept talking about eloping,” a source told People. “They ended up having an impromptu and casual wedding a few weeks ago. It was perfect. She is thrilled to be married to Justin.” Page Six reported that the couple tied the knot at the Rockaway Hotel in New York City’s Queens borough earlier in May.

“Selling Sunset” star Chrishell Stause married Australian musician G Flip (real name: Georgia Flipo) after a year of dating, People magazine reported on May 10. The former soap opera actress shared the news with fans in an Instagram reel that ended with a photo of them embracing on their wedding day. “Love doesn’t always go as planned… Sometimes it’s immeasurably better,” Chrishell — who was previously married to “This Is Us” actor Justin Hartley — captioned the clip, which features the song “I’ll Be Your Man.” G Flip, who’s non-binary, wrote the track about Chrishell. 
However, in the days that followed, TMZ and other outlets reported that the wedding was not legally binding, as it took place in Las Vegas and the local Clark County Recorder’s Office has no records confirming a marriage.
The couple met in October 2021 when both were in relationships with other people. When those romances ended, they started dating; Chrishell confirmed their relationship on the May 2022 reunion episode of her hit Netflix show.

Two years after former “The Bachelor” star Colton Underwood came out as a gay man, he married political strategist Jordan C. Brown. Their wedding took place at the Carneros Resort and Spa in Napa Valley, California, on May 13 amid three days of celebrations with 200 friends and family members. The grooms, who both wore Tom Ford suits (People magazine has exclusive photos), met in 2021 and got engaged in 2022. 

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Sia married Dan Bernard in a candlelit ceremony attended by just six people — including the bride and groom — at Villa Olivetta in Portofino, Italy, over the weekend of May 6, Page Six reported. The stunning property is owned by designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana and is also where reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian married drummer Travis Barker in 2022. It’s unclear how long the Australian music star responsible for hits like “Chandelier” and “Titanium” and Dan have been together. (See photos of her gorgeous wedding gown here.)

Former “Happy Days” actor Anson Williams — who played Potsie on the hit series before shifting behind the scenes to become a successful Hollywood television director — married Sharon MaHarry, a real estate broker who was previously a creative director at a major New York City advertising agency, at a private residence in Ojai, California, on May 6. It’s his third marriage.

Famed Olympic gymnast Simone Biles married NFL player Jonathan Owens in 2023 — twice. On April 22, they shared their happy news on social media with a slew of gorgeous photos from their courthouse wedding in Houston, Texas. “I do,” the seven-time medalist captioned a slideshow of wedding pics, adding “officially Owens.” The Houston Texans player also shared snapshots, captioning his post, “My person, forever.” Simone later told followers that a bigger, more formal ceremony would follow. “We will be having a wedding in a couple of weeks. We had to get married ‘legally’ here in the US — since our wedding will be a destination wedding,” she explained of the low-key affair.
On May 6, Simone and Jonathan said “I do” again — this time in a stunning flower-filled ceremony in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, that was attended by 140 guests.
The athletes started dating in 2020 after connecting via the dating app Raya.

On April 17, “You Make Me Feel Like Dancing” singer Leo Sayer announced on Instagram that he married his girlfriend of nearly 40 years, Donatella Piccinetti — seen with him here in 1985 — in front of 40 friends at their home in Australia two days earlier. “This past weekend was truly a dream,” he captioned a photo of their ring-adorned hands.

Music star Lionel Richie escorted daughter Sofia Richie down the aisle as she married Elliot Grainge at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes, France, on April 22. The model wore a Chanel wedding dress — one of three custom looks by the fashion house that she donned during her nuptial weekend — as she and Elliot, a music executive who’s the son of Universal Music Group CEO Lucian Grainge, exchanged vows in front of guests including the bride’s sister, Nicole Richie, and the former reality TV star’s husband, rocker Joel Madden; Cameron Diaz and husband Benji Madden; Paris Hilton and husband Carter Reum and more. Keep reading to see the Chanel dress that Sofia wore to her rehearsal dinner

Sofia Richie — wearing the first of three custom Chanel dresses she donned on her wedding weekend — and Elliot Grainge headed to their rehearsal dinner at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes, France, on April 21. Sofia converted to her groom’s religion, Judaism, before they tied the knot.

Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg married Nicolas Bagory in a civil ceremony in Luxembourg City on April 22 — then wed him again, this time in a religious ceremony, in Bormes-les-Mimosas, France, a week later on April 29. The Grand Ducal Court of Luxembourg announced their engagement in November 2022. Alexandra is the only daughter of Luxembourg’s Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa and is related to multiple European royal families including those of Belgium, The Netherlands, Sweden, Austria, Liechtenstein Portugal and Spain.
Keep reading to see what she wore to their civil ceremony…

Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg wore a white suit when she married Nicolas Bagory — who has a master’s degree in Latin from Paris’s Sorbonne University and now works in “the creation of social and cultural projects,” according to the Grand Ducal Court of Luxembourg — in a civil ceremony in Luxembourg City on April 22 one week before their religious ceremony in France.

That was fast! Just a few months after going public with their romance in February 2023, Lukas Gage and Chris Appleton took to Instagram on April 26 to confirm they’d recently tied the knot in Las Vegas. “We did it,” the model and hairstylist-to-the-stars captioned a slideshow of photos and videos from their low-key nuptials, which his longtime pal and client Kim Kardashian officiated. Shania Twain also performed her hit single “You’re Still the One” after the two men exchanged vows. The “White Lotus” actor, meanwhile, quoted Nicki Minaj’s track “Only” while captioning his own slideshow of wedding day photos and videos, writing, “Ring finger where the rock is.”

“The Big Bang Theory” actor Kevin Sussman took to Instagram on April 20 to announce some happy news. “Did I mention I got married this weekend?” he captioned a wedding photo featuring himself, his beautiful bride, Addie Hall, and his father. The couple announced their engagement in March 2022.

Singer and former child star Alisan Porter — who won “The Voice” season 10 in 2016 years after coming to fame as the titular star of the movie “Curly Sue” — married childhood friend Justin de Vera at the Venus Garden Chapel at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on April 16 after six years as a couple. “I think for both Justin and me, we have been best friends for so long that this just feels like the next step,” Alisan — who wore a Sau Lee gown and sky-high Versace heels given to her by friend and wedding guest Adam Lambert — told People magazine, which has photos from her big day.
“We’ve known each other for over 20 years. We’ve had an amazing six years together, raised incredible kids and had our own baby. So this is what we’ve been waiting for.” (Alisan shares kids Mason, 10, and Aria, 8, with her first husband and is a mom to toddler daughter Shilo, who was born in 2021, with her new husband). Alison continued, “We have been best friends since and always loved each other. I’m a bit older than J” — she was 41 and he was 33 on their wedding day — “but we both went and lived amazing lives until the universe brought us back together.”

Actress Bonnie Somerville married creative director Dave McClain at the Hummingbird Nest Ranch in California’s Santa Susana Mountains on April 8. The “Friends,” “Code Black” and “NYPD Blue” actress — who shared wedding photos with People magazine — revealed that she and Dave met on the Bumble dating app right before coronavirus lockdowns began in 2020.
“I truly was at a place in my life where I was ok with the thought of being alone. After seeing all my friends get married years ago, and have children, and many failed relationships, and bad decisions, I made peace with the fact I might never meet ‘the one.’ And then I met Dave,” Bonnie said. “When you meet someone later in life, especially in your 40s, you have more appreciation for what that means, I think,” the “Blue Bloods” and “The O.C.” actress added. “We both had a lot of life we lived. Dave was married before. I just think at our age, at least for me, having gone through a lot in life, I appreciate this more than I would have before. And you are very clear of what you want and need, so there is no wasting time. We both just knew. We got engaged after eight months. It was just easy and right.”

On March 21, HELLO! magazine confirmed that Lady Amelia Spencer — who’s a niece of the late Princess Diana — recently married longtime love Greg Mallett on a mountaintop near Cape Town in South Africa. “It means so much to get married here,” Amelia — who’s the daughter of Charles, 9th Earl Spencer and his first wife, former model Victoria Aitken — told the magazine. “Growing up here together for the last 14 years, all of mine and Greg’s happiest times as a couple are here. It’s even more special now.” Added Greg, who proposed in 2020 after 11 years of dating: “I’ve been dreaming of watching Amelia walk down the aisle for 14 years.” Guests included Lady Amelia’s twin sister Lady Eliza, older sister Lady Kitty and younger brother, Samuel.

Ben Savage quietly married Tessa Angermeier in February. The “Boy Meets World” star hasn’t officially announced the nuptials, but a friend shared pictures from the wedding on social media. Tessa also changed her name on Instagram to Tessa J. Savage. TMZ reported on March 17 that Fred Savage, Ben’s older brother, officiated the wedding. Ben and Tessa dated for four years before he proposed. “The best is yet to come,” he wrote on Instagram while announcing their engagement in January.

On March 12, Jordan’s Royal Hashemite Court announced the marriage of Princess Iman bint Abdullah II — the Georgetown University-educated eldest daughter of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan — to New York financier Jameel Alexander Thermiotis, whom The National previously reported is from Venezuela and of Greek descent. Their wedding was held at Beit Al Urdun, Their Majesties’ private residence in Amman, Jordan. Iman and Jameel announced their engagement in July 2022.

“Game of Thrones” and “The Tudors” actress Natalie Dormer and “Vikings: Valhalla” actor David Oakes are now legally linked: They confirmed the news — correcting reports that they’d married — in a joint statement on David’s Instagram Story on March 6. “Contrary to recent reports about us getting married, three weeks ago we entered into a civil partnership during an intimate and private ceremony in Bath — and we couldn’t be happier!” the couple shared. In England, a civil partnership has the same responsibilities as a marriage but is different in that it is entered into by signing a civil partnership document while marriage is entered into by exchanging vows.
Natalie and David met while starring in the play “Venus in Fur” in 2017 and went public as a couple in 2019. They welcomed a daughter in 2021.

Former reality TV star Sophie Simmons — the daughter of KISS rocker Gene Simmons and model-actress Shannon Tweed — married her love of nine years, James Henderson, at a Los Angeles courthouse on Feb. 17 then exchanged vows again in front of 50 guests at a home her mom owns in Malibu on Feb. 22. “We couldn’t be prouder of our daughter,” a singer-songwriter, Gene and Shannon told People magazine, which has wedding pics. “James is a solid young man, and Sophie can do anything she puts her mind to. We wish them a lifetime of love and happiness. If they are even half as happy as we are, they will last long.”

Rocker Rod Stewart’s son Sean Stewart married “Ocean’s Eleven” producer Jerry Weintraub’s daughter Jody Weintraub in Las Vegas after proposing during a Valentine’s Day dinner hours earlier. “Sean asked her while they were out to dinner at Catch. They married shortly after getting their marriage license at 10 p.m. at Little Church of the West,” a source close to the couple told People magazine. Sean and Jody, a producer, have known each other since high school. They “share a best friend,” the source told People, “which was the reason why they kept reconnecting over the years. They both have famous families, they just get each other.” After their Vegas nuptials, Page Six reported, the newlyweds returned to Los Angeles where they celebrated their union at Nobu Malibu with Rod and Sean’s mom, former model Alana Stewart, who divorced the music star in the ’80s.

So nice they did it twice! After marrying Justin Stroud — her boyfriend of just a few months — in a courthouse wedding in March 2022, reality TV star “Mama June” Shannon did it again — this time exchanging vows with Justin at SpringHill Suites in Panama City, Florida, on Feb. 18 wearing a white dress from David’s Bridal, WE tv announced in a press release. The “Mama June: Road to Redemption” star’s daughters — Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson, Lauryn “Pumpkin” Efird, Jessica “Chubbs” Shannon and Anna “Chickadee” Cardwell, plus grandchildren Stella, Sylus and Bentley Efird, also attended the small wedding. “This was the first time the family had all been together since 2014,” June said, calling it “really special.” The wedding will be featured on “Mama June: Family Crisis,” which debuts on WE tv in May. In the meantime, “Entertainment Tonight” has wedding photos.

Even though she’s yet to finalize her divorce from her husband of more than two decades, Braunwyn Windham-Burke and her girlfriend of just seven months, Jennifer Spinner, exchanged vows in Las Vegas on Valentine’s Day. The following day, the “Real Housewives of Orange County” alum told People magazine that although their union isn’t legally binding, she considers Jennifer to be her wife: “I know I can’t legally marry her right now, as I’m still going through divorce proceedings, but in my eyes and my heart, she’s my wife and I’m hers. We’re married. … We’re committing to one another and starting our life together,” she said. The two women also had a commitment ceremony in North Carolina just before midnight on New Year’s Eve.

On Feb. 13, “Arrow” and “Legends of Tomorrow” star Caity Lotz indicated on Instagram that she’d married fellow actor Kyle Schmid. “My husband,” she captioned a photo of herself kissing the “Being Human” and “Six” star while wearing a white dress. The duo announced their engagement in May 2022.

On Feb. 6, Maroon 5 guitarist James Valentine revealed on Instagram that he quietly married former yoga instructor Alexis Novak, who now works as a vintage clothing dealer. “We eloped,” he captioned a slideshow of two photos from their extremely low-key nuptials. They’ve been an item since at least mid-2018.

Luxury real estate agent Taylor Hasselhoff — the eldest daughter of “Baywatch” actor David Hasselhoff and ex-wife Pamela Bach — married growth marketing strategist Madison Fiore, whom she met on a dating app, in a black tie garden wedding at Ethereal Gardens in Escondido, California, on Feb. 4. David walked her down the aisle in her Pronovias dress as “Bittersweet Symphony” played. “Before I walked out, I had it all together and I felt fine until I saw him, and I was like, ‘Oh, crap.’ And I just started hysterically crying, and I was like, ‘Pull it together.’ But it was just because he was so happy for me, and his smile was so big, and he was just like, ‘You look so beautiful,'” Taylor told People magazine, which has wedding photos. “I think the reason I started crying when I saw my dad [is] because he [is] just such a big light in my life.”

According to People magazine, which published exclusive wedding photos, “Run the World” actress Bresha Webb married TV writer Nick Jones Jr. at The Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills on Feb. 4. Wedding guests included Kelly Rowland and Essence Atkins, who both served as bridesmaids, plus Bresha’s “Marlon” co-star Marlon Wayans and Loni Love, who helped set up the bride and groom.
According to People magazine — which broke the news and published exclusive wedding photos on Feb. 2 — CNN National Security Correspondent Alex Marquardt married Amanda McClements at his family’s 400-year-old estate in the middle of an olive grove on the Spanish island Mallorca back on Sept. 9, 2022. The couple met on Raya in 2018.
Clare Crawley finally got her happy ending. The star of season 16 of “The Bachelorette” — as well as several other shows in the franchise in recent years — married Mascot Sports CEO Ryan Dawkins in Sacramento, California, on Feb. 1. She shared photos from her big day on Instagram, captioning the post “Mr. And Mrs. Dawkins!” She also gushed to People magazine, “If I had to do this day over every single day for the rest of my life… I wouldn’t change a thing!” Clare and Ryan, who has never been a part of Bachelor Nation, got engaged in Las Vegas in October 2022 after about a year of dating.

Marc Anthony is a married man… for the fourth time. The three-time Grammy winner wed Nadia Ferreira — a model and former Miss Universe Paraguay who’s 30 years his junior — in a lavish ceremony in Miami on Jan. 28. Many of Marc’s celebrity pals were on hand for the nuptials including David Beckham and Victoria Beckham, Salma Hayek and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Marc popped the question in May 2022, just three months after the couple went public with their relationship.
Former child star Abigail Breslin is married! The Oscar-nominated “Little Miss Sunshine” actress wed longtime love Ira Kunyansky on Jan. 28. “Ya girl got married y’all,” Abigail captioned a wedding photo on Instagram, revealing she wore a gown by Simin Couture.

On Jan. 23, People magazine broke the news that, according to multiple sources, Robyn Dixon and ex-husband Juan Dixon quietly tied the knot for the second time. It’s unclear when or where the duo, who share two children, said “I do.” The former high school sweethearts initially married in 2005 and divorced in 2012, but they continued living together amid the breakup, and eventually, things between them turned romantic again. They got re-engaged in late 2019.

On Jan. 20, former astronaut Buzz Aldrin revealed on Twitter that he celebrated his 93rd birthday by marrying his long-term girlfriend, Dr. Anca Faur. “I am pleased to announce that my longtime love Dr. Anca Faur and I have tied the knot. We were joined in holy matrimony in a small private ceremony in Los Angeles and are as excited as eloping teenagers,” he captioned two wedding photos. The spaceman has been married three times before. His new missus — who earned a PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh — is reportedly 30 years his junior.

According to People magazine, which published exclusive wedding photos, “Ozark” actor McKinley Belcher III married his boyfriend of four years, visual artist and photographer Blake Fox, in a ceremony officiated by his “Death of a Salesman” co-star André De Shields at the Antique Loft in Hoboken, New Jersey, on their anniversary: Jan. 17.

On Jan. 17, former Victoria’s Secret model Erin Heatherton — who famously once dated Leonardo DiCaprio — announced that she and Karol Kocemba are married. “Best week of my life,” she captioned a video of her and her groom being hoisted up inside a reception tent. The couple, who announced their engagement in 2022, met on the Hinge dating app before later co-founding Resistance, a Chicago fitness studio.

On Jan. 12, 2000s supermodel Catherine McNeil revealed on Instagram that she and professional basketball player Miles Plumlee tied the knot in a private ceremony at a New York City courthouse the previous day. The duo — who announced their engagement in June 2022 — have been an item since at least the summer of 2019.
On Jan. 13, TMZ reported that Kanye West had married Bianca Censori — who’s worked as an architectural designer at Yeezy for several years — in a private ceremony. It’s unclear whether or not the ceremony was legally binding, as it did not appear as though the duo had filed a marriage certificate by the time the news came to light. The controversial rapper was photographed wearing what appeared to be a wedding band while dining with his new bride — who served as the inspiration for his late 2022 track “Censori Overload” — in Beverly Hills on Jan. 8. According to TMZ, “the ring symbolizes his commitment to her following the ceremony.”

The secret is out! On Jan. 17, Brides magazine reported that Tony Award-winning actress Anika Noni Rose — who famously voiced Tiana in the animated Disney movie “The Princess and the Frog” — married actor Jason Dirden at the Paramour Estate Los Angeles in October 2022. Brides, which has wedding photos from the nuptials officied by “Euphoria” star Colman Domingo, further reported that the couple met in 2014 when they were both cast in “A Raisin in the Sun” on Broadway and were friends for a few years before things turned romantic. They got engaged in 2021. 
On Jan. 4, Page Six broke the news that Ashley Olsen quietly married her long-term boyfriend, artist Louis Eisner, in front of about 50 guests at a home in Los Angeles’s tony Bel Air neighborhood on Dec. 28. The duo, who were first linked in 2017, have raised questions about their relationship status several times in recent years.

On Jan. 12, YouTube star Shane Dawson and his partner of nearly seven years, Ryland Adams, took to Instagram to share a joint post announcing that they’d tied the knot at a courthouse in Colorado. “We’re married! The best day of my life,” they captioned a photo of themselves sharing a smooch outside the courthouse while sporting dressed-down looks. Shane proposed to Ryland in March 2019.

According to People magazine, which published exclusive wedding photos on Jan. 9, country music artist Jennifer Hart married her longtime love, musician Rob Ricotta, at Loveless Barn in Nashville on New Year’s Day. They got engaged in September 2022.
On Jan. 12, TMZ broke the news that “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum Apollo Nida — who was married to Phaedra Parks from 2009 to 2017 — secretly married Sherien Almufti at a church in the Atlanta area in October 2022. The duo got engaged in 2016 while Apollo was in the process of finalizing his divorce from Phaedra.
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