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Topher Grace and Ashley Hinshaw 'tie the knot'

Published 30/05/2016

Ashley Hinshaw, Topher Grace
Ashley Hinshaw, Topher Grace

Ashley Hinshaw wore diamond earrings by Neil Land for her wedding to Topher Grace.

Topher Grace and Ashley Hinshaw are officially married.

The couple tied the knot on Sunday (29May16) in Santa Barbara, California, surrounded by friends and family, reports People magazine.

It had been widely reported that the nuptials would be taking place over the last weekend in May, and while no photos have yet emerged, jeweller Neil Lane has given a hint as to what 27-year-old Ashley looked like on her big day. Neil created a pair of diamond encrusted leaf earrings, suggesting bling was the order of the day.

"I designed these highly articulated platinum 'leaf earrings' set with almost 10 carats of diamonds to shimmer in the wind," Neil smiled to People.

It’s not yet known if Topher’s That ‘70s Show co-stars Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis were in attendance. The trio met on the hit Fox show, which aired from 1998 to 2006. Ashton and Mila went on to marry, and welcomed their first child together, daughter Wyatt in October 2014. Topher wasn’t at their 2015 nuptials due to work commitments.

Topher, 37, and Ashley began dating at the start of 2014, becoming engaged a year later in January 2015. It is the first marriage for both stars.

Topher and StartUp actress Ashley have managed to keep their relationship largely out of the public eye, and prefer not to post pictures of each other on social media.

Now the pair has tied the knot, Topher will be able to get stuck into work again. He has four new projects coming up, including Mississippi Requiem with James Franco and War Machine with Brad Pitt.

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