Gwyneth Paltrow Married Brad Falchuk in a Private Hamptons Wedding

The guest list was seriously star-studded.

Congratulations are in order as it's being reported that Gwyneth Paltrow married longtime partner Brad Falchuk in the Hamptons this weekend. Early on the evening of Saturday, September 29, People reported that the wedding was underway and that Falchuk had been seen arriving in his own car.

Guests spotted arriving at the wedding included Cameron Diaz, who organized Paltrow's Mexico bachelorette getaway, with her husband Benji Madden. Also seen at the venue were Jerry Seinfeld (who hosted Paltrow and Falchuk's rehearsal dinner), director Steven Spielberg, actor Rob Lowe, mother-of-the-bride Blythe Danner (The Mirror has photos), and Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr., who of course plays Paltrow's love interest in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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The Daily Mail has photos of several large gazebos being set up on Paltrow's property in the Hamptons, including one with extra long dinner tables and gorgeous place settings visible inside. While details of the extremely private nuptials have not yet been released, a source revealed to Entertainment Tonight that Falchuk and Paltrow"have been planning this wedding all year," but that they'd also "worked incredibly hard to keep their wedding a secret."

Entertainment Tonight's source also explained that the event would be a "fairytale wedding," thanks to meticulous planning by the couple.

Falchuk and Paltrow met when the Oscar-winning actress guest-starred on Glee as substitute teacher Holly Holliday, which Falcuk co-created. They began dating in 2014 and confirmed their engagement to Good Morning America in January 2018.

They both have two children each from their previous marriages.

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