Remember the latest party thrown by Gwyneth Paltrow and fiancé Brad Falchuk? Well, AmoMama learns from Radar that the two could actually have tied the knot. Sweet, right?
On Saturday night, Gwyneth Paltrow and fiancé Brad Falchuk threw a star-studded ‘engagement party’ that had such stars as Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Demi Moore and many more in the A-list. Well, now rumor has it that it wasn’t an engagement after all. They apparently got married!
The Good founder, 45, and her producer beau, 47 held this exclusive black party event that left people who weren’t invited wondering whether they actually got married or they are planning to surprise us all. Lately, some sources say that Paltrow has been spotting a bigger belly making us all wonder whether something’s in the oven.
Back to the party: the guests all came dressed to the nines. All 400 of them were dressed as though they were going to the Oscars. Paltrow stood out, being the host of the party, in a long maroon dress and stayed beautifully smiling when photographers lit up to capture her arrival. She already had a bachelorette party with her girls in Mexico barely a week ago and they seemed to have had a great time together.
Julia Roberts looks great as did Jennifer Aniston who has a lot in common with Paltrow. Just like Aniston, Paltrow was once engaged to Brad Pitt but they broke it off before it got to marriage. Just a coincidence that her future (or current) husband is named Brad. Cameron Diaz, who recently announced her retirement from the entertainment industry, was also present with her rocker husband and like bestie, she is looking a little round around the midsection. Pregnant too, maybe?
Paltrow’s mom, Blythe Danner, 75, looked stunning and nothing close to her age. She reportedly carried a bag from designer Monique Lhuillier, which speculators say contained the wedding gown.
The couple hired the historic Los Angeles Theater for the event that no one has et confirmed was a wedding. We are patiently waiting for more news.
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