Gwyneth Paltrow And Brad Falchuk Showed Off Their Wedding Bands On Instagram

October 1, 2018 / Posted by:

Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk got married on Saturday at a private home in the Hamptons in front of a small audience of famous friends. Not much is known about the look of Gwyneth’s wedding, and I’m sure she’s saving the details for Goop.¬†For now, all we know is that Gwyneth and Brad sealed the deal with some simple gold bands.

Gwyneth posted the picture on Sunday without any caption. As for those rings, it’s safe to assume they’re just standard wedding bands. Although it is Gwyneth we’re talking about, so they might actually be a circular spiritual soul connectivity set, forged from Tibetan gold, blessed by a lady Shaman named Togethyr in a crystal singing bowl.

According to People, Gwyneth was all about privacy at this wedding. A source says she worked with wedding guest and friend Cameron Diaz to make sure the day was as secret as possible. Cameron and Benji Madden got married without any details getting out, and Gwyneth wanted the same.

That might explain why Gwyneth didn’t give away any information in the caption of that wedding ring picture. Of course, there is a chance their first official picture as Mr. and Mrs. doesn’t have a wordy pretentious caption is because she posted it the day after her wedding reception. And let’s face it, she was probably too hungover on organic sulfite-free wine to come up with anything good.

When your chakras finally align with the sensual energy of the endocrine system…no. Okay, when you channel spiritual creativity into cosmic love…fuck, no not that. Damn it, Brad – pass me the fucking Tylenol.

Pic: Instagram

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