Christian Slater married his girlfriend Brittany Lopez at an impromptu civil ceremony at the courthouse in Coral Gables in Florida on Monday (02.12.13).
Christian Slater has married his girlfriend Brittany Lopez.
The 44-year-old actor - who divorced his first wife Ryan Haddon in 2007 - tied the knot at an impromptu civil ceremony at the courthouse in Coral Gables in Florida on Monday (02.12.13).
A spokesperson for the 'Mind Games' star told People.com that the couple spontaneously decided to get married after they initially went to the Coral Gables District Court near Miami to get their marriage licence.
The couple, who have been together for three years, announced they were engaged in February, two months after they celebrated at a huge party for family and friends last December.
Christian previously revealed they were set to tie the knot in a small ceremony in their back garden in July and had hired a wedding planner.
He said: ''It will be good, intimate and small and family members. It will be nice.''
It is not yet known why 'The Legend of Billie Jean' star, who has a son, Jaden Christopher, 14, and daughter, Eliana Sophia, 12, from his first marriage, and Brittany decided to ditch their wedding plans but Christian hinted that he wanted the event to be low key.
He said: ''We had a big engagement party on the 31st of December and it was nice, it was like New Year's and we had all the family come, 200 people, so it kind of already feels like we did the wedding, so we are just going to do a nice backyard situation.''
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