Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 30 August 2015

Christina Applegate weds

Published 25/02/2013

Christina Applegate and Martyn LeNoble
Christina Applegate and Martyn LeNoble

Christina Applegate and her partner Martyn LeNoble married in Los Angeles on Saturday.

The actress and her musician beau Martyn LeNoble have been together for four years and have two-year-old daughter Sadie Grace together.

The pair tied the knot on Saturday evening, choosing to exchange vows in an intimate ceremony.

"[They were] surrounded by family in a private ceremony at their home in Los Angeles," Christina's representative told People magazine.

Although details of the nuptials remain scarce, it is known that the 41-year-old actress chose a dress by Maria Lucia Hohan. The happy couple's wedding bands were made by esteemed jeweller Neil Lane.

Although the pair are yet to discuss the wedding, Martyn has hinted about how happy he is on his Twitter page.

"What a glorious day!" he wrote on Saturday.

Christina has previously spoken about how much Martyn means to her. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008 and underwent a double mastectomy, later saying it was her partner who helped her deal with the illness.

"I have a small but mighty support system and Martyn has really been an incredible part of my life," she said.

"Without him, I don't know if I could've gone through any of it. He came around at a time when there was a lot of loss in my life on many levels, so he's been a really incredible help."

The actress and her new spouse have both been married before, with Christina previously in a six-year union with Johnathon Schaech.

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