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Josh Brolin weds

Published 25/09/2016

Josh Brolin and Kathryn Boyd
Josh Brolin and Kathryn Boyd

This is the third time down the aisle for the 48-year-old actor, who split from second wife Diane Lane in 2013.

Josh Brolin is a married man again after exchanging vows with his longtime girlfriend Kathryn Boyd.

The Men in Black 3 star tied the knot with former assistant-turned-model Boyd on Saturday evening (24Sep16) in Cashiers, in the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina, with guests including the 48-year-old's father, James Brolin, and his wife Barbra Streisand, according to Us Weekly.

Unconfirmed reports suggest Matt Damon and Bradley Cooper were also among those in attendance.

It is thought the rehearsal dinner took place at the local Canyon Kitchen restaurant on Friday (23Sep16).

The couple became engaged early last year (15) after two years of dating, and Kathryn debuted her engagement ring at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival in France.

Earlier this month (Sep16), Josh revealed he was completely hands on when it came to planning his special day with Kathryn.

"I'm the guy who has to force himself to back off!" he laughed. "I'm such a control freak and I want to control everything."

He added, "It's not even that I want to control it - I just want to be in the middle of it. I want to be in the nucleus of it because that's the fun part. That's the nectar."

It is Brolin's third trip down the aisle - he was previously wed to actress Diane Lane from 2004 to 2013, and he divorced his first wife, Alice Adair, in 1994 after six years of marriage.

Josh and actress Alice share two grown-up kids, Eden and Trevor, who have both followed their parents into Hollywood.

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