Some celebrities did more than just celebrate the 4th of July, they tied the knot, too!
MILA KUNIS MARRIES ASHTON KUTCHER
One of Hollywood’s most beloved couples made their love official over the Fourth of July weekend by getting married in a private ceremony, a source told People.
Fans have been waiting ever so patiently for the That ‘70s Show co-stars to finally tie the knot. In fact, there has been more than just one act that got admirers buzzing about a possible wedding event.
In January, rumors of a New Year’s wedding spread when Kutcher displayed a cryptic picture on Facebook with the words “Happy New Year Love The Kutchers” drawn in the sand.
Later on in March, Kunis was asked by James Corden about her relationship status with Kutcher.
“Are you married? Did you get married? Have you gotten married?” the late-nighthost asked. “I don’t know. Maybe,” Kunis replied. “Maybe.” As you can imagine, fans were still left with more questions than answers.
E! News exclusively broke the news that the Hollywood pair was indeed engagedback in February 2014. Since the announcement, the duo has become parents to a daughter named Wyatt.
“They’ve been focusing on prepping for the baby and the new house,” an insider shared with E! News before Wyatt’s healthy arrival. “But they are really happy and in love.”
VANESSA WILLIAMS MARRIES JIM SKRIP
The singer-actress and her fiance Jim Skrip said “I do” in New York, on Saturday, July 4.
“Road trip for the holiday weekend,” the new bride tweeted just two days before tying the knot. “Happy 4th.
Williams, 52, and the former accountant first met in Egypt back in 2013. “You go across the world to find somebody who’s six hours away,” the Broadway star told Philly.com in February 2014.
BILLY JOEL MARRIES ALEXIS RODERICK
Billy Joel and Alexis Roderick got married on Saturday evening.
The couple “surprised guests at their annual July 4th party by exchanging vows in front of their family and close friends,” the singer’s spokeswoman said in a statement to PEOPLE.
The intimate ceremony, which was held at Joel’s sprawling estate on Long Island, was presided over by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, 57, a longtime friend.