George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin leaving the Ca Farsetti Palazzo in Venice where they had just gotten married, 2014. " We tied the knot", says the gesture of one of the most famous bachelors in Hollywood.
According to the story, David and Victoria had just visited her parents before leaving for Ireland where their wedding happened in 1999.
John Lennon is showing their marriage certificate with the Rock of Gibraltar in the background. John and Yoko got married in 1969 — 3 years after their meeting at an exhibition that was organized by Yoko.
Pay attention to the little angels surrounding them — one of them looks terrified of the things happening around her, while the others are having fun and looking curious.
Nancy Shevell is a millionaire from New York that had been friends with Paul and his first wife Linda for a long time. After Linda’s death (which took Paul a long time to get over) she had even been trying to talk him out of a marriage with Mills. And she was right because, eventually it was discovered that Mills was just out for his money. Nancy and Paul got married in 2011.
Guy Ritchie (in pajamas) with David Beckham (on the right) and other friends having fun at the bachelor party before his wedding. He married the beautiful model Jacqui Ainsley in 2015.
Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love met each other in January 1990 at a nightclub in Portland. In 1992, they got married on Waikiki Beach in Hawaii. There were only 8 guests at their wedding including David Grohl (the one in the second photo standing next to the bride). Courtney borrowed the dress from her friend and Kurt was wearing pajamas because he was “feeling lazy.”
Julia Roberts and cinematographer, who looks like a celebrity, Daniel Moder arranged a surprise wedding in 2002. They invited their guests to her ranch and asked them to wear white linen attire with no explanation. Roberts said that ’she was born to love this man" and that Danny made her truly believe in herself.
2 celebrities: Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra got married in Las Vegas in 1966. The groom was 50 and the bride was 21. The marriage lasted for only 2 years but they stayed best friends for their entire lives.
This is Jagger and his bride, a human rights attorney, before their wedding in 1971. The shocking beauty was getting married while pregnant, but that didn’t stop her from creating a fashion revolution — she put on a couture suit with nothing underneath. This very thing carved out her spot in fashion history and various lists noting the most famous wedding dresses of all times.
Barack Obama and Michelle LaVaughn Robinson
Barack Obama met his future wife, Michelle LaVaughn Robinson, during their internship at a law firm. Barack had been trying for months to get her attention. It wasn’t until Michelle heard the heart-touching speech that he gave to Afro-American teenagers that she realized that he was the one meant for her. The couple got married in 1992.
Sting and Trudie Styler arranged an unusual wedding in 1992. After a church ceremony, Sting placed his wife on a horse that he himself led toward their home where their guests were waiting for them.
Prince Charles married charming Lady Di in 1981. Although she never became the queen of Great Britain, she will remain the ’queen of people’s hearts’ for her modesty, beauty, and charm forever.
Audrey Hepburn is trying on her wedding dress — she almost married the future Lord of England James Hanson. The wedding was cancelled at the last minute because Audrey decided to dedicate herself to her career and work.
Kate met Jim, the first director’s assistant, in 1997 on the set of Hideous Kinky. This simple guy differed from the egocentric and selfish actors whom Kate had previously worked with. Soon the young couple got married and they had their daughter Mia in 2000.
In 2012, Mark and Priscilla arranged a secret wedding that they hadn’t even informed their guests about. Thousands of celebrities were invited to the Zuckerberg’s house in Palo Alto to celebrate Priscilla’s graduation from the University of California. Suddenly the couple appeared in front of their guests in their wedding attire. The guests were treated with sushi and barbeque right in the backyard of the house. Additionally, Mark presented his wife a ring he had designed himself.
This photo was taken after the registration of Ringo and Maureen’s marriage in London in 1965. From left to right: Mister Cox (the father of the bride), Cynthia Lennon (the wife of John Lennon), Mrs. Cox (Maureen’s mother), John Lennon, George Harrison, Brian Epstein (’The Beatles’ manager), Mr. and Mrs. Starkey (Ringo Starr’s parents).
This is Maureen at the wedding of Mick Jagger, 6 years after her own wedding.