Blake Lively’s ‘Mrs’ ring, Duggars’ dress tradition, and more news…

(c) Blake Lively/Instagram, 8 Apr 2017: Blake Lively shows off the $1000 ‘Mrs’ ring she doesn’t care about staining with paint – her huge $2 million engagement ring, on the other hand, never gets to finger paint with the kids. SOURCE

Most of us don’t have 12-carat Lorraine Schwartz diamond engagement rings that cost $2 million, so most of us don’t have to sweat the thought of getting the jewelry covered in paint and wearing a back-up, like Blake Lively is clearly doing in one of her more recent Instagram posts.

But that doesn’t mean there’s no reason to covet Blake Lively‘s 14-carat yellow gold “Mrs.R.” ring by jeweler Alison Lou – even though dropping an additional $1,000 for the customized wedding bling would force most of us to just go ringless while finger painting with our toddlers.

Lively met her actor husband Ryan Reynolds on the 2011 set of The Green Lantern. They married at Boone Hall Plantation in South Carolina in September 2012 (a major filming location for The Notebook), and have since welcomed daughters James, 2, and Ines, six months.

Source: People

(c) Tyrese/Instagram (taken 14 Feb 2017): Tyrese poses with his new wife, Samantha Lee, at their glamourous at-home wedding in Atlanta.

Tyrese Gibson married lawyer Samantha Lee in a secret ceremony at their Atlanta home this past Valentine’s Day. While promoting the next film installment of the Fast and the Furious franchise last week, he revealed to People Now that the newlyweds are planning a bigger, more public celebration over the Fourth of July long weekend, but it was important for them to keep the first ceremony to themselves and their guests.

This was believed to be Lee’s first marriage, and was Gibson’s second – he was married to Norma Mitchell from 2007-09, and with her has a nine-year-old daughter, Shayla.

Source: People Now


(c) WE TV, 28 Jan 2017: Reality TV stars Mike “Sugar Bear” Thompson and Jennifer Lamb on their wedding day.

“Mama June” Shannon is nothing if not starved for attention as a byproduct of her pageant-loving daughter’s notoriety, which is why it was entirely not a shock when the stage mom insisted on crashing her ex-boyfriend’s wedding to show off her significant weight loss, and drum up dramatic tension for the finale of her WE TV series From Not to Hot.

Using the excuse that she was there to support their daughter Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson in her role as flower girl, Shannon made her appearance the Sunday, January 22, 2017 nuptials between her ex, Mike “Sugar Bear” Thompson and his new girlfriend Jennifer Lamb.

Not one to crash a wedding, show off her new body, and sit quietly to respect the bride who asked her not to be there in the first place, June spent a good portion of the tented backyard wedding in McIntyre, Georgia gossiping with her daughter. She and Lauryn “Pumpkin” Shannon, 17, could not resist cattily comparing the bride’s black and red wedding dress to curtains.

Meanwhile, Mama June, 37, is telling reporters that attending the wedding was awkward, because of the way her ex, 45, used to make her feel “like sh*t,” which pretty sincerely illustrates why, body confidence or not, she shouldn’t have bothered.

Source: ET Online


NFLer Golden Tate’s bride Elise Pollard certainly isn’t the first bride to incorporate the fabric of her mother’s and grandmother’s wedding dresses into her own gown – turns out, this is a Duggar family tradition, too.

Though she married former pro soccer player Jeremy Vuolo, 29, in November 2016, reality TV star Jinger Duggar, 23, shared the planning stages, and eventual wedding, with fans on the TLC series Counting On this winter. To promote the ongoing filming and next televised season, last week she revealed a family wedding tradition that has seen Jill, Jessa, and Michelle wear portions of their mother’s wedding dresses, incorporated into their own, when they walked down the aisle.

Next up is Joy-Anna Duggar, 19, who’ll marry Austin Forsyth on October 26th.

Source: Daily Mail


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