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Elizabeth Olsen casually revealed she’s married during an interview with Kaley Cuoco for Variety’s “Actors on Actors” series that debuted online on June 8: The “WandaVision” star referenced a book in her home and noted that her “husband” put it on display. She didn’t specify when — or whom — she married, but back in July 2019, People magazine reported that Elizabeth and longtime love Robbie Arnett were engaged. She never confirmed the news that she and the Milo Greene frontman were set to wed.
On May 7, Aubrey Plaza casually revealed on Instagram that she secretly married her love of a decade, Jeff Baena. While announcing their new collaboration “Spin Me Round” — he co-wrote and intends to direct the indie comedy, while she’s set to star — she referred to him as her “darling husband.” Her rep later confirmed to People magazine that the duo did, in fact, tie the knot, though it’s unclear when exactly they exchanged vows.
Jeannie Mai and Jeezy tied the knot at their home in Atlanta on March 27, they told Vogue, which published exclusive wedding photos. The duo — who got engaged in early 2020 after a little more than a year of dating — originally intended to exchange vows at Lake Como or in the South of France but were forced to cancel their big wedding plans due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“The Real Housewives of Miami” alum Marysol Patton married her boyfriend of about a year, Steve McNamara, in Tulum, Mexico, on April 22. The duo, who were never formally engaged, reportedly exchanged vows in a traditional Mayan ceremony involving rituals led by a shaman — a tribute to the bride’s late mother, Elsa Patton, who died in 2019.
Hannah Gadsby revealed on Instagram on April 28 that she secretly married producer Jenney Shamash back in January.
On May 3 — five days after he announced on Instagram that he’d gotten engaged to a woman named Marie — former blink-182 rocker Tom DeLonge returned to the social media platform to reveal they quietly tied the knot in a simple courthouse ceremony “after being engaged for over a year and a half.”
On May 6, Brides magazine revealed that “You” actress Elizabeth Lail married pediatric dentist Nieku Manshadi in front of just 22 guests at Hasbrouck House in Stone Ridge, New York, on April 24. The uber-private pair got engaged in August 2020.
E! News correspondent Erin Lim revealed on Instagram on March 12 that she and fashion designer Joshua Rhodes quietly tied the knot earlier this year. She later told E! they exchanged vows in a ceremony officiated by the groom’s father in the backyard of her parents’ home in Los Angeles on Jan. 21.
Country music star Jimmie Allen and nurse Alexis Gale tied the knot in front of family and friends including Darius Rucker, Tyler Rich and Chuck Wicks at the Lake House Inn in Perkasie, Pennsylvania, on May 27. The duo, who got engaged at Disney World in July 2019, welcomed their first child together, daughter Naomi Bettie, in March 2020. Jimmie also has an older son from a previous relationship.
Bachelor Nation’s Caila Quinn — who competed for Ben Higgins’ heart on season 20 of “The Bachelor” and then appeared on the third season of “Bachelor in Paradise” in 2016 — married Nick Burrello at the Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, Florida, on May 30. “It was truly a dream day,” the bride gushed to Us Weekly, which published exclusive wedding photos. The duo, who got engaged in January 2020, postponed their nuptials multiple times amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“Big Brother” stars Nicole Franzel and Victor Arroyo, who are currently expecting their first child, tied the knot at the Casa Feliz Historic Home Museum in Winter Park, Florida, on March 16. The duo, who got engaged on “Big Brother” in 2018, pushed their big wedding plans several times amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” alum Victoria Wakile — Kathy Wakile’s daughter — married Teddy Kosmidis in a traditional Greek Orthodox ceremony at the Pleasantdale Chateau in West Orange, New Jersey, on Feb. 13.
“Counting On” star Jedidiah Duggar married Katey Nakatsu in Arkansas on April 3 — just seven weeks after they got engaged on Valentine’s Day. He wasn’t the only member of his famous family who tied the knot this year…
“Duck Dynasty” star Bella Robertson married Jacob Mayo in West Monroe, Louisiana, on June 5, she revealed on Instagram. The duo got engaged in November 2020 after just six months of coupledom.
On the May 23 episode of “90 Day: The Single Life,” Colt Johnson and Vanessa Guerra — who got engaged in November after just a month of dating — revealed they secretly eloped. Vanessa said the nuptials went down “about a month ago” during a road trip to Reno, Nevada. (It’s unclear when exactly the episode was filmed.) Colt added that they exchanged vows in “a chapel by the river” during a “very simple, very basic and private” ceremony. Not even his mother knew they tied the knot!
In other “90 Day Fiancé” marriage news… On May 22, Armando Rubio and Kenneth Niedermeier — the franchise’s first same-sex couple — tied the knot at Mansarda winery in Ensenada, Mexico. According to People magazine, which published exclusive wedding photos, the duo delayed their nuptials amid the coronavirus pandemic.
During an interview with The Sun that debuted online on May 3, “Tiger King” personality John Finlay revealed that in June 2020, he married a woman named Stormey whom he met on a dating app in April 2019. He also said that he, Joe Exotic and Travis Maldonado faked their 2014 three-way wedding, which he called “basically a publicity stunt so Joe could get his own reality TV series.”
In other “The Challenge” nuptial news… Former star Jessica McCain married professional baseball player J.P. France at The Barn at Love Farms in Kiln, Mississippi, on Feb. 6.
“American Idol” alums Kat Luna and Alex Georgia tied the knot at Cactus Creek Barn in Dickson, Tennessee, on Jan. 15.
Runaway June’s Jennifer Wayne (John Wayne’s granddaughter) married singer-songwriter Austin Moody in a “very small” ceremony with “western flair” in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, on Jan. 10 — less than two weeks after they got engaged following a courtship of just six months.
Chris Rogers, who’s half of the country music duo Southerland, married Katie Cashman at Front Porch Farms in Charlotte, Tennessee, on May 29. According to People magazine, which published exclusive wedding photos, the duo got engaged in September 2020 after meeting at a mutual friend’s birthday party in Nashville six years ago.
According to People magazine, which published exclusive wedding photos, country music singers Hannah Ellis and Nick Wayne tied the knot at the Estate at Cherokee Dock — Reba McEntire’s former home in Lebanon, Tennessee — on May 23. The duo, who’ve been a couple for more than six years, got engaged in June 2020.
Country music singer-songwriter Drew Baldridge married model and dental treatment coordinator Katherine Kraus at Saddle Woods Farm in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, on May 7. According to People magazine, which published exclusive wedding photos, the duo met back in 2014 and developed a friendship but didn’t take their relationship to the next level until a year and a half later.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson married British political activist and conservationist Carrie Symonds, who’s nearly 24 years his junior, at Westminster Cathedral in London on May 29. According to The Sun, the duo — who initially planned to exchange vows in July 2022 — invited fewer than 30 guests to the “last minute” ceremony. The politician, who’s been married twice before, welcomed son Wilfred with Carrie in April 2020 — two months after they revealed they were engaged.
Courtney Roker — the daughter of “Today” show star Al Roker — married Wesley Laga at The Ashford Estate in Allentown, New Jersey, on June 4.
On Jan. 27, DailyMailTV broke the news that Pamela Anderson secretly married her bodyguard boyfriend of less than a year, Dan Hayhurst, in a traditional outdoor ceremony officiated by a local pastor at her home on Canada’s Vancouver Island on Christmas Eve 2020. The former “Baywatch” star — who was previously married to Tommy Lee, Kid Rock and Rick Solomon — made headlines in early 2020 when she suddenly “married” longtime pal Jon Peters and then claimed their marriage was never legally binding.
On March 9, Chloe Sevigny announced on Instagram that she quietly married Sinisa Mackovic at City Hall in New York City on March 9, 2020 — less than two months before they welcomed their son, Vanja, in early May.
E! News reported on Jan. 14 that “90210” alum Tristan “Mack” Wilds quietly married longtime love Christina Hammond on Dec. 17 — a few days after their daughter’s first birthday.