Hollywood Celebrities who Married Secretly
Gwyneth Paltrow & Chris Martin
Couple Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin is a simple wedding held in December 2003. So simple, mother of Gwyneth did not come that happy day. Two days before the marriage, Gwyneth and Chris announced that the star of ‘Iron Man’ is pregnant with their first baby. After five months of marriage, they were blessed with their first daughter on May 14, 2004.
Megan Fox & Brian Austin Green
Marriage Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green last very secret at the Four Seasons, Big Island, Hawaii, June 2010. The father of Megan Fox, Franklin Fox was not invited to the wedding ceremony for reasons of confidentiality. Stars ‘Transformers’ was afraid that if the marriage location of the leak so it can be invaded by paparazzi and reporters.
Daniel Craig & Rachel Weisz
After a year of dating, actor Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz secretly marry in New York in June 2011. Reportedly, the wedding was only attended by no more than ten people. Daniel and Rachel chose to celebrate the small and quiet, the source said at the time.
Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds
Couple Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds also held a wedding party in a private and confidential. They officially became husband and wife at Boone Hall Plantation, Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, United States on Sunday (09/09/2012). Florence Welch also helped enliven the event by singing three songs.
Kate Winslet & Ned RocknRoll
Having been married to Jim Threapleton and director Sam Mendes, actress Kate Winslet has finally decided to get married again. Stars of ‘Titanic’ was taken by her boyfriend Ned RocknRoll secretly in New York, USA, in December 2012.
Their wedding was held strictly confidential. In fact, Kate and Ned’s parents reportedly did not know anything about their son’s wedding.
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