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Proving that you shouldn’t give up on love no matter the age because you just never know where life could lead you, these celebrities tied the knot a little later in life than others.
After his first marriage ended in disaster, George Clooney swore he would never get married again. But proving that you should never say “Never,” the “Ocean’s 11” star fell madly in love with British lawyer Amal Alamuddin just several months after they began dating. This past weekend the city of Venice, Italy was inundated by swarming paparazzi hoping to catch the first photos of Clooney, 53, tying the knot to Alamuddin. The former mayor of Rome officiated the ceremony.
Does anyone else feel like the news has been full of celebrity breakups and marriages? If you blinked, you probably missed three people walking down the aisle–along with folks headed to divorce court. Here’s a run down of some of the most recent I do’s, I don’ts and engagements.
Did any surprise you?
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These days a lot of people will shack up and have children with their partner and make marriage an afterthought. But these celebrities were quick to run down the aisle to matrimony and got married in their teens.
Solange Knowles may be Beyonce’s baby sister but she beat her older sibling down the aisle. When she was just 17 years old, Solange married her high school sweetheart, Daniel Smith. She later gave birth to their son that same year. However, the couple wasn’t able to stay together for too long. Even though she relocated to Idaho so her husband could continue his studies, they ended up getting a divorce.
We’re used to celebrities being impulsive, and doing many permanent things by the age of 25, like getting tattoos, releasing scandalous photos and, of course, getting married. But these stars were a little more patient and waited a bit longer than most to get married. Let this inspire you to keep hope alive! Here are 15 celebrities who married after 40.
Emotional implications aside, we’d think most people were crazy for re-marrying their ex solely based on the fact that divorces and weddings are expensive! But, for celebrities, money is usually no object so they can afford to legalize and make null their love, as many times as they want. Here are 15 celebrities who remarried their exes.
Whether they’re actors or artists, politicians or great thinkers, most famous people who are extremely good at their craft have had some difficult experiences in their life, which breathes passion into their work. For the people on this list, those somber experiences came in the form of losing a spouse at a young age. Here are 15 celebrities widowed young.
Today we know the Vice First Lady as Jill Biden, but Joe Biden had a previous marriage to a Neilia Hunter. Hunter died in a car accident in 1972. In that same accident, Biden lost a daughter, but his two sons survived.
If you adored these celebrities separately, you’ll be thrilled to know the lovable pairs they’re apart of! Here are celebrities you didn’t know were married to each other.
After two decades of marriage, it looks like another celebrity couple is throwing in the towel.
Sara Kapfer, wife of actor Cuba Good Jr., filed for legal separation with the L.A. County Superior Court yesterday, TMZ reports. It’s unclear specifically what caused Sara to want out of the 20-year marriage, but in her divorce filing, she cites irreconcilable differences. The estranged couple share three children together, two of which are minors. She is requesting joint physical and legal custody of the children. According to court documents, child support arrangements will be determined at a later date.
Cuba and Sara were high school sweethearts. They officially tied the knot in 1994. Just last year the actor gushed to “The View” hosts about celebrating his 20-year anniversary with Sara.
“She has been changing to this other woman that I have to introduce myself to every few years,” Cuba explained during the 2013 interview. “And thank god I’ve fallen in love with each one. It’s true. I’m lucky that way.”
As sweet as that sounds, he did, however, jokingly add:
“I want to kill her sometimes.”
It’s unfortunate that these two couldn’t find something in their 20-year marriage worth saving, but maybe this decision is for the best.
We’ve known for a while now that “Single Ladies” lead star Denise Vasi is no longer a single lady in real life. The 30-year-old actress jumped the broom with 40-year-old video director and photographer Anthony Mandler in October, but she’s only know giving us a glimpse into her big day with a Bridal Bliss Exclusive on Essence.com.
We live for Essence’s engagement and wedding photos and Denise’s wedding day photo gallery is no different. Set in a vineyard in Santa Ynez, California, Denise and Anthony’s album includes a mix of sentimental poses and fun candids, all with the Latina star glowing in her beautiful Kleinfeld Bridal dress. Check out the pics below and head over to Essence.com for a few more shots. What do you think?
Not every woman is interested in dropping her last name after marriage or even taking their husband’s name at all and quite a few leading ladies had no problem keeping their maiden name entirely. There was no hyphenation or dropping of anything, because the name they were born with was perfectly fine. Unlike these women who kept their husband’s last name after divorce, these women didn’t bother making the change to begin with.
The diva of all divas, Diana Ross, has been married twice and kept her last name during both marriages. She married music executive Robert Ellis Silberstein in 1971, which led to divorce in 1977. She remarried billionaire shipping magnate Arne Naess, Jr. in 1986 and divorced in 2000. The last name Ross rings bells across the world so it makes perfect sense that she hasn’t changed it.