Keira Knightley's low-key wedding might influence others to skip on lavish ceremony hopes High Court Judge
Keira Knightley’s low-key wedding might influence others to skip on lavish ceremony hopes High Court Judge.
Sir Paul Coleridge has said he hopes the marriage, which saw Keria Knightley arrive in a Renault Clio and exchange vows in front of just a dozen close friends and family, might encourage other couples to tie the knot without a lavish ceremony.
Coleridge, who has launched the Marriage Foundation, told The Times: ‘If people thought they could not get married unless they had a glittering celebrity-style wedding, I think that’s very tragic.’
Knightley wore a recycled Chanel dress as she exchanged vows during the intimate ceremony at the town hall in Mazan, France, with her Klaxons band member partner James Righton.
While the wedding was beautifully low key, the party, held at Ms Knightley’s £3million farmhouse in Provence, was apparently quite the extravaganza.
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