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Amy Adams ‘weds long term love’

Published 04/05/2015

Amy Adams
Amy Adams

Amy Adams and Darren Le Gallo have finally wed after being engaged for seven years, it has been claimed.

The couple married in a romantic ceremony over the weekend of May 2, according to Us Weekly.

No further details have been revealed about the wedding.

Prior to their nuptials, Amy, 40, and Darren, who are parents to four-year-old daughter Aviana, had been engaged for seven years.

It was previously claimed that the couple were planning to say “I do” in front of an intimate crowd of their family and closest friends.

"Amy and Darren are getting married this weekend in Los Angeles in a ceremony that will be intimate and very genuine. The guest list is being kept very small and she has kept the location very much under wraps," a source told Page Six earlier this week.

"Amy and Darren had always planned on getting married, but her career has been on such an amazing trajectory, it has been hard for her to take the time out. But now she has deliberately taken some time off work to be with her family and finally get married.”

The couple got engaged in 2008 after starting their relationship in 2001. But while the long engagement is anything but normal in Hollywood, Amy insisted during an interview with Vanity Fair magazine back in 2013 that she didn’t want to rush into walking down the aisle.

"I'm not getting married anytime soon," she said.

Amy also previously revealed her hopes for the wedding ceremony in an interview with Allure magazine the same year. The stunning redhead said it is important to both her and Darren to make the wedding as relaxed as possible.

“We both have a very specific idea that we want to do this in spring or fall, like in those months, but every time I'm busy working,” she said. “I want something very family oriented and laid-back."

Since her break out role in 2002's Catch Me If You Can opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, Amy has been a big screen regular.

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