We take a look back at some of the biggest celebrity nuptials...
After the gorgeous image of a wedding dress on Jennifer Aniston’s unverified Facebook account was revealed as fake, we have been dying to know what Jennifer Aniston really wore for her private marriage to Justin Theroux.
To add to the mystery surrounding the nuptials, another dress has emerged as Jen’s rumoured gown. So could THIS be Jennifer Aniston’s real wedding dress?
An April episode of American Reality TV Show ‘Say Yes To The Dress’ revealed that this stunning Mark Zunino gown could have been worn by Jennifer on her special day. In the episode, one woman picked out the gown at the Kleinfield Bridal store, only be told that her stylist had also picked out this dress for Jennifer Aniston. She said: “I know the dress really well. I actually picked this for Jen Aniston to wear on her wedding day. In my head this is Jennifer Aniston’s dress”.
In a recent interview, a representative for Mark Zunino said they could neither confirm nor deny whether Jennifer wore the $8,400 dress for her special day, but they confirmed that they did do sketches of wedding dress options for her.
We think we love this dress even more than the last one, but is it really Jen’s? We hope she will be revealing official pictures from her wedding very soon!
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Jennifer Aniston has kept the details of her recent nuptials a closely guarded secret. So, when this image of a bride popped up unexpectedly on the actress’ unverified Facebook account, the internet went into overdrive.
The image was posted yesterday with the caption “you have my whole heart for my whole life #weddingdress”. Until now, all pictures and details of the actresses marriage to Justin Theroux on the 5th August have been strictly under wraps, leading to some questioning the photograph’s authenticity.
There is no denying the svelte blonde woman in this stunning gown bears a convincing resemblance. Either way, we absolutely adore the dress, especially the long train and lace sleeves! Hopefully Jennifer will release some official pics from her intimate wedding very soon.
Altogether now, ‘awwww!’
TV presenter, Declan Donnelly married his agent, Ali Astall yesterday in a beautiful ceremony in his home city of Newcastle.
St Michael’s Roman Catholic Church was the setting for the ceremony, which was presided over by Dec’s brother, Father Dermott Donnelly. His TV partner, and best friend, Ant McPartlin was best man.
Crowds gathered outside the church to catch a glimpse of the bride and groom along with the famous faces in the congregation. Holly Willoughby, Philip Schofield and a very pregnant Fearne Cotton were in attendance. Ex-Newcastle United footballers Peter Beardsley and Alan Shearer also watched the pair tie the knot.
Dec revealed the details of their engagement on The Jonathan Ross Show a little while ago. He said he had proposed to his girlfriend as the sun set in Australia while on a break from filming I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here.
A fairytale royal wedding in Sweden this weekend as former model and reality TV star, Sofia Hellqvist married Prince Carl Philip in a breathtaking ceremony at Stockholm’s Royal Palace.
Hundreds of wellwishers turned out on the streets of the city to catch up a glimpse of the new princess in her gorgeous white lace detail gown and diamond and emerald crown.
There was laughter from the congregation, including royals from Denmark, Norway and the Queen’s representatives, Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex, as the bride and groom made their vows when Prince Carl Philip struggled to ease Sofia’s wedding ring on to her finger. But, with a first kiss for the newlyweds any awkwardness was soon forgotten.
Prince Carl Philip is third in line to the throne in Sweden, after his elder sister, Princess Victoria and her three-year-old daughter, Estelle. The bride will now be known as Princess Sofia.
Geri Halliwell has jetted off to the Cannes Film Festival on her honeymoon after marrying Formula 1 boss, Christian Horner in a beautiful ceremony.
The former Spice Girl walked down the aisle with her daughter, Bluebell at her side at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire.
Her fairytale day was reminiscent of a certain royal wedding. Her white lace dress was created by the Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding dress designer, Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. Geri’s bridesmaid dresses also had a link to the Cambridges – designed by Nicki MacFarlane, who also made Catherine’s bridesmaid dresses.
And while Emma Bunton was there to toast the happy couple, along with Dawn French, Jennifer Saunders, Amanda Holden and Myleene Klass, Geri’s other former bandmates were unable to make her special day. Victoria Beckham and Mel B tweeted their congratulations. It’s thought Victoria also gifted Geri a dress from her collection.
The newlyweds were first pictured together in January 2014. They got engaged in November last year.
It’s been four months since their wedding day, and it’s now been reported that the happy couple are expecting their first child! Kim and Andy believed to have broken the news to family and friends following the 12-week scan.
Andy’s mother, former Strictly Come Dancing contestant Judy, is said to be ecstatic over the news. Just a few weeks ago she admitted to wanting to be a ‘very active granny for sure.’ We’re sure the little one will keep them all busy!
On their wedding day in April, Andy braved the chilly weather to make his bride-to-be smile – she had requested he wear full Highland dress for their big day but he said in a recent interview that he wouldn’t make a decision about wearing a traditional kilt until the eve of their nuptials. As she walked up the aisle, she spotted him wearing a black Argyll jacket, ghillie brogues and a handmade kilt in Murray of Elibank tartan. Usually it’s the bride’s dress that’s the centre of attention!
Dunblane’s 12th century cathedral was the setting for the ceremony, attended by friends and family, including former British tennis player, Tim Henman. The mother of the groom, Judi Murray, looked elegant in muted tones of cream, grey and beige.
Kim’s dress was simply stunning. She chose a traditional ivory gown by the Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite, Jenny Packham pared with Jimmy Choo shoes. Her four bridesmaids were dressed in dusky rose pink dresses to match her pale pink and ivory rose bouquet.
And once the vows had been made, the couple stepped outside the church to wave to locals, who had camped out since 7am to catch a glimpse of the wedding party before heading off to Andy’s £1.8m hotel, the Cromlix to continue the celebrations.
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We thought the day would never come, but George Clooney has finally left his single days behind! He wed British human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin in September 2014 in a star-studded four-day ceremony in Venice.
Bride Amal wore a stunning Giambattista Valli dress for her first outing as a newlywed, and here is the first glimpse of the gown on the front cover of ‘People’ magazine. George also looked dapper in an Armani suit – no surprises there!
The couple officially signed the marriage register at the Ca’ Farsetti palazzo.
Princess Madeleine, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, married businessman Christopher O’Neill in Stockholm on June 8, 2013. Madeleine’s stunning lace-adorned dress was deigned by Valentino Garavani.
Paul and Nancy married in front of just 30 guests at Marylebone Register Office in October 2011. The bridge wore a simple button-front dress designed by Paul’s daughter, Stella.
Pop star Lily Allen married Sam Cooper in 2011, and made the day twice as joyous by announcing her pregnancy. The ceremony was held in the picturesque Costwolds village of Cranham, in the St James The Great church, and the bride wore a vintage-inspired lace gown by French designer Delphine Manivet.
The whole world was watching as Prince William married Kate Middleton on April 29, 2011. The Duchess wowed in a custom-made Alexander McQueen dress, prompting copycat styles to be made and sold to fans as we all rushed to own a piece of Kate’s style.
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Supermodel Kate Moss married rocker Jamie Hince in July 2011 – and had an incredible 15 bridemaids! Of course, we were all waiting to see what the trendsetter would be wearing, and Kate didn’t disappoint in a simple-but-effective John Galliano cream dress.
A million hearts were broken when Michael Buble married Argentinian Luisiana Lopilato. The couple had 3 separate celebrations, including a civil ceremony.
Chelsea Clinton married investment banker Marc Mezvinsky on July 31, 2010 in New York. Wedding guests were served a vegan menu and gluten-free cake.
Marrying in December 2010, newsreader Kate Silverton chose a stunning ivory dress with lace sleeves and a full tulle skirt teamed with a full-length veil and matching silk shoes for her big day.
The wedding of Crown Princess Victoria and Daniel Westling in 2010 was described as ‘Europe’s biggest royal wedding since the Prince of Wales married Lady Diana Spencer’.
Katie and Tom married in Bracciano, Italy on November 18, 2006. After a very public, whirlwind romance, Katie chose an ivory Armani wedding dress, adorned with Swarovski crystals, a silk train and a floor-length veil to marry the Hollywood movie star.
Nicole Kidman found true love in 2006 when she married country singer Keith Urban in a Sydney ceremony. The actress glowed in a Nicholas Ghesquiere for Balenciaga gown.
When Tom Parker-Bowles married his style princess Sara Buys in 2005, he had a rather royal congregation with stepfather Prince Charles and step-brothers Prince William and Harry in attendance. Fashion writer for Harpers & Queen, Sara proved her fashion-forward credentials, marrying in a strapless, figure-flattering Alexander McQueen gown.
Long before he took to the stage in the political arena, Gordon married Sarah in a quiet ceremony at his home in Fife, Scotland.
Jamie looked like the cat who got the cream when he married former model Jools in 2000. Unconventional as ever, Jamie donned a baby blue-hued suit to wed his long-term sweetheart.
500,000 viewers worldwide tuned in to catch a glimpse of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s celebrations on their big day on 23 July 1986. Marrying at Westminster Abbey, Fergie took four minutes to walk up the aisle in front of 2,000 guests, carrying a 17-foot train behind her.
A young Lady Diana Spencer married Prince Charles at the tender age of 20 in July 1981. Unlike many royals, Diana and Prince Charles chose St Paul’s Cathedral to host their nuptials and Diana wore an ivory gown designed by Elizabeth Emanuel. Featuring a 25ft train, the silk taffeta dress was decorated with lace, hand embroidery, sequins, and 10,000 pearls.
Breaking with tradition, Farrah Fawcett wore a full, wide-brimmed cream hat and long-sleeved chiffon dress for her wedding to Lee Majors.
After meeting Mick Jagger after a Rolling Stone concert, Bianca married the rock star in 1971 whilst four months pregnant with their first and only child, Jade.
The King and his bride, Priscilla, wed at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas in 1967.
Talk about an age gap! Frank Sinatra married a 21-year-old Mia Farrow when he hit 50 in 1966. They tied the knot at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas.
For her wedding to Richard Burton in 1964, Elizabeth chose a striking canary yellow chiffon gown and wore a raft of flowers in her hair. The wedding was an intimate affair with just nine people in attendance.
Having persued her career as a successful actress, Grace Kelly bowed out of Hollywood in order to marry Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956.
Audrey Hepburn met future husband Mel Ferrer at a party hosted by Gregory Peck and while working together for the movie War and Peace, the pair married in Switzerland. Audrey shone in a Balmain gown and headdress on her big day.
For their Rhode Island wedding back in 1963, Jackie-O chose a stunning off-the-shoulder Anne Lowe gown.
Third time lucky was Ava Gardner’s motto when she married Frank Sinatra, her third and final husband in 1951.
The first of Elizabeth Taylor’s seven husbands, Conrad Hilton married the 18-year-old actress in 1950 and the wedding went down as the Hollywood society event of the year. Sadly the marriage was short-lived after Hilton reportedly started drinking on their honeymoon in Europe – and never stopped.
Now married for more than 60 years, the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh wed in 1947 in front of more than 2,000 guests at Westminster Abbey. Having first met when the Queen was just 14, the couple’s romance blossomed after dedicated correspondence through her teens. The Queen’s beautiful gown was made of ivory duchess satin and decorated with around 10,000 white pearls imported from America, silver thread and tulle embroidery. Her bridal ensemble also included a 15-foot patterned full court train attached at the shoulders, and a silk tulle veil held in place by a tiara lent to the princess by her mother.