Category: Weddings

Tara Reid engaged, then married inside of two hours in Greece

Tara Reid, now married, showed off her engagement ring on TwitterTara Reid got engaged and then married to Zack Kehayov -- all in less than two hours Saturday, while on vacation in Greece.

Reid, who started her vacation in Greece on Aug. 6, announced the rapid-fire nuptial news via Twitter. She sent out a picture of the ring, above, on Monday.

There was initially confusion about the identity of the groom, with Reid's rep mistakenly saying the "American Pie" actress had married Danish businessman Michael Lillelund, a guy she'd broken up with in February after three months of dating.

"If she has married, then she hasn't married me, that's for sure," Lillelund told Starlounge. "If Tara has married, then I'll be the first to congratulate her."

The actress, who recently wrapped work on "American Reunion" previously was engaged to Internet entrepreneur Michael Axtmann but called off the wedding in April 2010.

"Just got married in greece I love being a wife!," Reid gushed Saturday -- which is good news, because at the rate this relationship is going, the honeymoon is almost definitely over by now.


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Photos: Tara Reid in February, left; a shot of her new ring, right. The actress got engaged and married to Zachary Kehayov on Saturday. Credits: Albert E. Rodgriguez, Getty Images, left; Tara Reid / yfrog, right.

Brooke Burke, David Charvet get married in St. Bart's

Brooke Burke and David Charvet wed in St. Barts

Brooke Burke and David Charvet are married! The "Dancing With the Stars" co-host and her former "Baywatch" hunk made it official Friday.

Burke hinted at the news this morning on Twitter, posting, "morning tweeties. Waiting for LA to wake up....big news to share." Her rep later confirmed the rumors, telling E! News,  "Brooke and David did get married."

The longtime couple, engaged since August 2006, tied the knot under the stars aboard a yacht in St. Bart's, Life & Style reports. Wedding details and photos are sure to follow.

The happy pair have two children together, Rain, 4, and Shaya, 3, along with Burke’s two daughters, Neriah, 11, and Sierra Sky, 9, from her marriage to "Extreme Makeover" plastic surgeon Garth Fisher.

It was actually Rain who stirred up some marriage emotions in May 2010 when she told Burke, "I want you to be a Charvet too mommy." Afterward, Brooke wrote on her blog,  "I would like to have a 'Husband.' David has been calling me his WIFE for years, but I have always joked about being only his wanabee wife. I have never said Husband when referring to him and I rarely correct anyone when they give him that title."

Wannabe wife no more: Brooke's the real deal now.


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Photo: Brooke Burke and David Charvet at the 2010 Emmys. Credit: Jason Merritt / Getty Images.

Kate Moss' wedding: Rock 'n' roll meets 'Great Gatsby'

Fabulous new details on Kate Moss' wedding, and a John Galliano resurrection

Kate Moss' wedding to rocker beau Jamie Hince appears to have been a star-studded affair in the English countryside, according to a slew of new details released Thursday.

The supermodel and the Kills guitarist were wed July 1 In the Cotswolds, where the likes of Jude Law and his ex, Sadie Frost; Paul McCartney and his designing daughter Stella; fellow glamazon Naomi Campbell and more descended upon the 17th-century castle where the event was hosted.

"I wanted it to be kind of dreamy and 1920s, when everything is soft-focus," Moss told Vogue. "'The Great Gatsby.' The code name was GG for a while. That light and that kind of fun decadence. It's rock-'n'-roll 'Great Gatsby'!'"

Moss and Hince, who announced their engagement in February, proceeded down a daisy-lined path from a charming old church to a reception filled with Edwardian wicker furniture, to be sat upon by their famous pals.

Sixteen bridesmaids and flower girls, including daughter Lila Grace, attended to Kate on her big day.  Frost, Stella McCartney and designer Vivienne Westwood were in the bridal party.

Campbell, in Givenchy, looked on as a six-tiered Peggy Porschen wedding cake (an ambitious size for a for the notoriously thin bride) was circled by Jack White, Marc Jacobs, Manolo Blahnik, Mario Testino and old-school rock women Anita Pallenberg and Marianne Faithfull.

While Moss has had her turbulent moments in the public eye, the day was drama free -- save one minor detail. Her dress, a cream-and-gold confection modeled after a Jazz Age Zelda Fitzgerald, was designed by John Galliano. Fashion's persona non grata since his multiple episodes of alleged anti-Semitism and firing from the house of Dior, Galliano gave Vogue a few comments on designing for Kate.

"She was very professional and very demanding ... she dared me to be John Galliano again," Galliano said. "I couldn't pick up a pencil. It's been my creative rehab."

Moss and Hince, who met in 2007, live in North London with Lila.  


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Photo: Jamie Hince and Kate Moss amid a swarm of flower girls at their July 1. Credit: Rui Vieira / European Pressphoto Agency

Kim Kardashian reveals wedding dress designer, tackles psoriasis

Kim Kardashian

Take it from Kim Kardashian: It's not always pretty being a bride. The reality star is over the moon, having found the dress in which she'll marry Kris Humphries, but there's still a rub when it comes to her skin.

Pretty things first, however: Vera Wang has been entrusted to design the gown, Kardashian said on her blog Monday.

"Vera has been a close family friend for a long time and we had talked about this moment for years. When it came to picking my wedding dress designer she was the first person I thought of. No one designs gowns the way she does!" she gushed.

Nevertheless, it'll take more than a pro like Wang to get Kimmie to blushing bride status — the reality TV personality recently learned she's suffering from psoriasis.

The diagnosis of the condition — an autoimmune disorder that leaves skin red, irritated and flaky — went public on a recent episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."

On Monday, the bride-to-be declared she's being proactive about the wedding roadblock. "Ok I'm trying a new psoriasis cream all week," she wrote. "I hope this works! I promise I will share the goods once I find something that really works!"

Here's wishing you a smooth-all-over journey to the altar, Kim. 


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Photo: Kim Kardashian at the launch of Noon by Noor in West Hollywood last month. Credit: Chris Pizzello / Associated Press.


Vanessa Minnillo, Nick Lachey are married, already flip-flopping

Vanessa Minnillo and Nick Lachey

Vanessa Minnillo and Nick Lachey just got married in an intimate, tropical, super-secret ceremony  -- only to have it revealed Monday that they'd started flip-flopping almost immediately.

No worries: One look at the ring pictures out Tuesday via People will convince you that any flip-flopping was definitely not of the indecisive variety.

The couple's wedding, attended by only about 35 family members and close friends, was held Friday atop a cliff overlooking the ocean on private Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands, so having the wedding party slip into special-occasion beach kicks was only the logical thing to do after saying "I do."

The bride wore Monique Lhuillier, the groom wore Dolce & Gabbana and, well, the rest of the details are being kept under wraps until "Nick & Vanessa's Dream Wedding" airs July 30 on TLC.

"Having done reality TV in the past, I didn't necessarily want to jump right back into it without having thought it through to great length, and we did," Lachey said recently.


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Photo: Singer-TV personality Nick Lachey and actress-hostess Vanessa Minnillo at the 136th Kentucky Derby in May 2010 in Louisville, Ky. Credit: Jeff Gentner/Getty Images

Angelina Jolie-Brad Pitt marriage plans alleged again. Really.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt getting married? Yeah, right.

A new report that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are finally getting married is making the rounds — coincidentally, or perhaps not -- in the wake of the shutdown of Britain's News of the World tabloid Sunday.

We link the events only because NOTW was the tab that in January 2010 breathlessly reported Pitt and Jolie were absolutely, positively breaking up. That episode had a happy ending for the couple's charity when the paper paid an undisclosed but presumable satisfactory pile of cash to settle the ensuing violation-of-privacy claim. That suit was supported by a statement from the divorce lawyer who'd been named in the story that he'd in fact never even met the couple.

The most recent Brangelina marriage report — and there have been more than a few over the years — comes from "three separate sources" who told Us Weekly, anonymously, that an "intimate and informal" ceremony "could" take place at the couple's home in France.

Hey, anything's possible, right?

Brangelina have famously said they would not wed until same-sex marriage is universally legal in the U.S., though Angie admitted to ABC News last summer that she and Brad might marry if their kids asked them to. "The kids ask about marriage," Pitt told USA Weekend in May. "It's meaning more and more to them. So it's something we've got to look at."

That said, Pitt reiterated his marriage-equality stance last week, noting in a statement that while it was "encouraging that New York has joined the movement to grant equal marriage rights to its citizens" he still hoped that "someday soon this discrimination will end and every American will be able to enjoy their equal right to marriage."

In other rock-solid celebrity news, neither Charlie Sheen nor Wesley Snipes is currently dead, while as of a few days ago, Prince William and Catherine, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, remained married.

Not that anyone said they'd split, of course. But hey, anything's possible, right?


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Photo: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt at the "Salt" premiere in Hollywood on July 19, 2010. Credit: Jason Merritt / Getty Images.

Monaco royal wedding: Prince Albert II marries Charlene Wittstock

Monaco royal wedding: Prince Albert and Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene

There's a new Princess of Monaco: Prince Albert's South African bride Charlene Wittstock, who on Friday married the reigning prince in a civil ceremony that was part of a larger itinerary of royal events.

The bride, 33, wore Chanel palazzo pants and a jacket while the groom, 53, donned a dark suit and white tie to exchange vows in front of Philippe Narmino, president of Monaco's Council of State.  "I declare you united by the bonds of marriage," Narmino said, officially making Wittstock "Her Serene Highness."

Princess Stephanie and Princess Caroline, Albert's sisters, were among those in the audience in the throne room. Only 80 family members, friends and dignitaries witnessed the 20-minute ceremony, according to the Daily Telegraph. After the ceremony, the newlyweds appeared at a palace window, waved at the cheering crowd and kissed each other shyly, sparking another round of cheers.

"Vive le Monaco, thank you and happy celebrating," the prince told the crowd, his bride at his side.

The ceremony Friday at the palace was far from the spectacle that surrounded the April wedding of Prince William and the former Kate Middleton, now the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. However, on Saturday, the newest royal couple will hold an elaborate Catholic wedding ceremony with 3,500 guests in the palace courtyard and a star-studded wedding gala to follow.

The festivities started with a non-royal treat on Thursday night: a free concert by the Eagles. Then about 5,000 of Monaco's 7,618 citizens and their guests -- many decked out in suits and fancy dresses in the hot sun -- followed the ceremony Friday on oversized screens set up on a square in front of the palace. Post-ceremony cocktails on the square were to follow, leading into a concert by French composer Jean Michel Jarre and a laser light show.

You just have to love Monaco, right? Something about the French Riviera ...

The guest list for Saturday's festivities includes the kings of Spain, Sweden, Lesotho and Belgium, the presidents of France, Iceland, Ireland, Lebanon, Malta, Germany and Hungary, France's richest man, celebrated opera singers, top models and race car drivers, with three-time triple-starred Michelin chef Alain Ducasse preparing a three-course meal.

The bride, a swimmer in the 2000 Sydney Olympics who was born in Zimbabwe but raised in South Africa, met Prince Albert at a swimming competition in 2000. Albert has been an International Olympic Committee member since 1985 and competed in five Winter Olympics as part of Monaco's bobsled team.

Grace Kelly, the previous princess, died in 1982 in a car accident. She and Prince Rainier III, Albert's father, married in 1956 and had three children together. Prince Albert has admitted fathering two children out of wedlock. Rainier died in 2005 at age 81 after being treated for heart, kidney and breathing problems.

Earlier in the week, palace officials denied a French tabloid report that Wittstock had tried to leave from nearby Nice airport on a one-way flight to South Africa, and had required intense convincing by the prince and his entourage to stay.

"The sole intention of these rumors is to seriously damage the image of the Sovereign, as a result of damaging that of Miss Wittstock, and bear down on this happy event," the palace said in a statement.


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Photo: Prince Albert II and Charlene Wittstock are officially married in a civil ceremony on Friday in Monaco's royal throne room. Credit: Eric Mathon / Princely Palace Monaco / EPA


Charlize Theron on marriage, gay marriage and the closets

Charlize Theron Charlize Theron has decided marriage isn't for her, but still thinks anyone who does find the institution important should be allowed to marry.

Meanwhile, she worries her "bit of OCD" when it comes to closets might hurt her in the long-term-relationship department.

"I really want for myself a long-term relationship, and I have been in long-term relationships, and so ... that's the kind of union that I want," the actress said Wednesday on "Piers Morgan Tonight." "The actual ceremony is not something that's important to me."

Theron said in 2009 that she would not marry then-boyfriend Stuart Townsend unless same-sex marriage were made legal. After nine years together, she broke up with him in the wake of a Christmas 2010 trip to Mexico.

So, now that she's single -- there's the closet thing.

"I have a thing about things that are hidden," Theron said. "Like I will -- yes, I have a hard time, especially when I'm, like, renting a house if I'm working on a film and I don't know what's in all the -- I have to know what's in all the -- this is so pathetic. I cannot believe we're talking about this."

Pressed for details, she revealed that upon arrival in a new place, the first thing she does is inspect every closet and drawer. Then she has to put things where they belong, in a manner that allows access a certain way, and -- did she mention, Piers, that this is pathetic?

"Seriously, would you stop talking about it? Really beginning to freak me out now," she said. "I am single. I need to find a man. ... This is not going to help."

Somehow, we can't imagine it hurting that much either.


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Photo: Charlize Theron arrives at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood on March 7, 2010. Credit: Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times

America Ferrera marries Ryan Piers Williams, longtime beau

America Ferrera and Ryan Piers Williams are married America Ferrera is a married lady as of Monday, when the "Ugly Betty" star tied the knot with longtime boyfriend Ryan Piers Williams.

The 26-year-old actress, who rose to fame as the hapless, braces-wearing magazine assistant on the ABC sitcom, and Williams, 30, were wed in "an intimate setting amongst close friends and family," her rep told People. 

Guests included "Betty" costars Vanessa Williams and Rebecca Romijn, with husband Jerry O'Connell in tow. "Green Lantern" actress Blake Lively showed as well -- the gals are big-screen BFFs after all, from their "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" films. 

The bride wore a tiered tulle creation from Amsale's Christos label and Fred Leighton earrings, and carried a bouquet of crimson roses.

The couple met when he cast her in a student film at USC (he was Class of 2005; she was Class of 2003). Williams later directed Ferrera in the 2010 Sundance entry "The Dry Land." Ferrera will next lend her voice to the sequel of "How to Tame Your Dragon." 


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Photo: Ryan Piers Williams and America Ferrera attend a July 2010 photo call for their film "The Dry Land." Credit: Andrew H. Walker / Getty Images 


Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig get married on the sly

Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig are married

Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz were married in true James Bond fashion Wednesday with an almost undercover ceremony in New York.

The two reportedly said "I do" with an audience of only four witnesses: two close pals and the couple's children -- Weisz's 4-year-old son, Henry, and Craig's 18-year-old daughter, Ella.

The union, first reported by the Daily Mail, comes as a bit of a surprise -- the two barely went public last year when pictures surfaced of them enjoying the holidays together in the United Kingdom. A Weisz rep confirmed the nuptials to People on Saturday.

Weisz, 41, split last year from "Black Swan" director Darren Aronofsky, her fiance of five years and the father of her child. Craig, 43, and first wife Fiona Loudon, an actress, divorced in 1994.

The newlyweds will play a married couple in "Dream House," due out in September.


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Photo: Life imitates art for Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig, who portray a married couple in their upcoming movie, "Dream House." Credit: George Kraychyk / Universal Pictures


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