Here comes the bride: the weekend of July 13 was full of celebrity weddings.
According to E! News, Halle Berry tied the knot with her French actor boyfriend Olivier Martinez on Saturday in Chateau des Conde in Vallery, France. The actress kept her wedding plans under wraps, opting for an intimate ceremony to mark her third marriage, but glimpses of the beautiful white vintage wedding car (below) tell us that it was an elegant affair. C'est magnifique!
Berry wasn't the only celebrity to get hitched this weekend; ABC late night television host Jimmy Kimmel wed longtime girlfriend and Jimmy Kimmel Live! writer Molly McNearney on Saturday in Ojai, California. The star-studded wedding was attended by the likes of Matt Damon, Howard Stern, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Jennifer Aniston, Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Kristen Bell, Dax Shepard, Ellen Degeneres, and Portia de Rossi. Just to name a few.
But that's not the end of the celebrity wedding news. Kelly Osbourne is now officially engaged to vegan chef Matthew Mosshart. The Fashion Police star confirmed their engagement to Hello! magazine, stating, "'I've never felt this close to another human being, ever. People say we're co-dependent but we just want to be together all the time."
Wedding bells were certainly ringing in Hollywood this weekend. So who's next?
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ABC and In Style Magazine team up to showcase the celebrity weddings of the year, including the weddings of Celine Dion, Jenny McCarthy, Vanessa Williams, David James Elliott, Rob Thomas of Matchbox 20, Raquel Welch and Lela Rochon. The program also looks at how stars like Jerry Seinfeld, Stacey Dash and Peri Gilpin observed the wedding tradition of something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue.