After announcing their engagement a year ago, it looks like Gwyneth Paltrow and her fiancé Brad Falchuck have tied the knot, with reports emerging that the couple Wednesday in a secret ceremony in LA.
Secret triumph, however, did not call the reporters managed to find out what marriage ceremony of 45-year-old movie star and 47-year-old producer will be held in the historical Theatre building Los Angeles, where they, of course, and waited for the couple and guest stars.
Paltrow has now posted a picture of the pair on Instagram and wrote: "Thank you #ryanmurphyfor the most incredible evening to celebrate our (heart emoji)".
Gwyneth is divorced from Coldplay singer Chris Martin, 41, the father of her two children, Apple, 13, and Moses, 12.
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'@giambattistavalliparis I will never get over my gorgeous dress. We feel like the luckiest people on the planet because we have all of you in our lives.
'And most of all thank you @bradfalchuk for the true happiness, ' added the Emma star.
Congratulations to Gwyneth and Brad! (Photo Maya Meyers photography)'.
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At first many believed that Paltrow was tying the knot with Brad as she had many friend as well as her mother were there.
Nearly the entire Hollywood industry turned up at the event which was dubbed as an engagement party to reportedly keep the paparazzi off the venue.
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