Kit Harrington and Rose Leslie just tied the knot – and other couples who got married this year

Rose Leslie and Kit Harrington leaving the church after their wedding ceremony.
Rose Leslie and Kit Harrington leaving the church after their wedding ceremony.

Channel24 reports that former Game Of Thrones co-stars Kit Harrington and Rose Leslie married this past weekend with a beautiful church service and a celebration at the bride’s family’s ancestral castle in Scotland. 

It was an afternoon service at Rayne Church which isn’t far away from the 900-year-old Wardhill Castle in northeast Scotland, which is owned by Rose's family.

She wore a beautiful ivory gown with a veil and floral crown along with a bouquet of white roses, while Kit donned a long black jacket over a cream vest and grey pinstriped pants. 

For more pictures, check out the story on Channel24. 

Now Kit and Rose are not the only famous couple to cement their love this year so far. Let’s take a look at who has said their I do’s. 

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Keegan-Michael Key and Elisa Pugliese

The comedian and actor married the Hollywood producer and director Elisa in a small, intimate wedding surrounded by their family and friends at their home in New York on June 8. 

Best. Day. Ever.

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Laura Prepon and Ben Foster

The Orange Is The New Black actress announced the news of their marriage on Instagram on June 3, saying “Just Married! Thank you for all the love and support. Wishing all of us the good stuff!”

Brody Jenner and Kaitlynn Carter

Bordy married his long-time girlfriend in a beautiful ceremony at Nihi Sumba, a resort on Sumba Island, off the coast of Indonesia on June 2. 

Well this happened over the weekend. ???? ?? @mitchpohl

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Matthew Lewis and Angela Jones

The Harry Potter actor is officially married! He announced on Twitter that the married his girlfriend Angela in Italy in May 2018. 


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Hugh Grant and Anna Eberstein

The long time couple got married in London at Chelsea Register Office on May 25.


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

The royal couple married on May 19 with the world watching in a gorgeous ceremony that was diverse and progressive. 

Chanel Iman and Sterling Shepard

The model and her football player boyfriend married at the Beverley Hills hotel in Los Angeles in March.

Emily Ratajkowski and Sebastian Bear-Mclard

The model caught her fans by surprise on February 23 when she announced on Instagram that she was married to actor Sebastian after only dating a few short weeks. 


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Amy Schumer and Chris Fischer

These two got married after just a few months of dating in a private ceremony on February 14.


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Ricky Martin and Jwan Yosef

These two secretly tied the knot with the singer revealing it in January this year. 

I? love this man. #Khallas!

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Ellen Page and Emma Portner

“Can’t believe I get to call this extraordinary woman my wife,” said Ellen in a post on Instagram on January 3. 

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