Carey Mulligan And Marcus Mumford Tie The Knot At Private Ceremony


Bafta-winning actress Carey Mulligan has at last tied the knot with her long time boyfriend MARCUS MUMFORD of the award winning band Mumford and Sons. According to the Mail, the celebrity pair wed in a private ceremony in a converted barn at a friends working farm in the middle of the Somerset countryside.
Marcus' father, John, who is a practicing vicar, presided over the exchanging of vows at the ceremony, conducted at Stream Farm in the town of Bridgewater. The pair was joined by a 200-strong guest list that included Hollywood stars Sienna Miller, Jake Gyllenhaal and Colin Firth as well as Mumford's band-mates, who performed at the reception. Also in attendance was close family and friends, as the couple wanted to make the event as intimate as possible. The newlyweds had been engaged since September after only a few months together as a couple, although during this time neither person confirmed or denied the relationship or engagement.
Mulligan and Mumford met after a string of broken relationships, Mulligan having previously been spotted with Jake Gyllenhaal, Eddie Redmayne, Tom Sturridge and Shia Labeouf, whilst Marcus was involved in a long-term fling with fellow folk-singer LAURA MARLING.


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