Master of Sex actress Lizzy Caplan is now a master of marriage. Caplan married her fiancé Tom Riley, an English producer, over the weekend in a stunning ceremony in Italy. Us Weekly reports that Caplan's rep confirmed the exciting news.
Are you famous and debating when to tie the knot? We highly suggest Labor Day weekend. Many Hollywood couples who have walked down the aisle on the holiday weekend have — gasp — actually lasted. Take a look at the stars who have been lucky in love after getting married at some point over Labor Day weekend.
The two mixed martial arts UFC fighters were married in a laid-back fiesta in the Aloha State.
British diver Tom Daley married Milk screenwriter Dustin Lance Black in May 2017, but the newlyweds just posted their wedding video online and will donate proceeds from the video to LGBT+ Switchboard and It Gets Better. The couple met at a party in 2013, and Daley came out as gay later that year. The two got hitched at Bovey Castle in Devon, England, surrounded by 50 close friends and relatives.
Despite the recent drama she’s been entangled in, the Real Housewives of Orange County star took to Instagram on Tuesday afternoon and shared an uplifting post as she husband Eddie Judge renewed their vows in Aruba.
San Diego Comic-Con is where fans converge to celebrate their lifelong commitment to comics, movies, television series, and of course, the institution of marriage. To celebrate its 25th anniversary, SYFY set up its very own Geek Love Chapel in the heart of San Diego’s Gaslamp District where fans could become their own Lord and Lady of the Wedding Rings. Orlando Jones (American Gods) officiated the ceremonies, which included two marriages and vow renewals for six couples, including Sharknado star Ian Ziering and his wife, Erin Ludwig.
All Sofia Vergara needs now is to live happily ever after with Joe Manganiello because she already had her fairy-tale wedding.