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Jessica Chastain Married To Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo In Italian Wedding

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Jessica Chastain Married

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Jessica Chastain Married

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Jessica Chastain is married! The actress tied the knot with Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo in an Italian wedding on Saturday.

The nuptials took place in the city of Treviso, which is outside of Venice. The celebration was held at Villa Tiepolo Passi, which is the estate of Passi de Preposulo’s family. It reportedly dates back to the 1600s, and has been part of the groom’s noble family since the 1800s.

Chastain and Passi de Preposulo were first linked in 2012. Since then, the couple has sometimes attended events together, but the movie star has largely abstained from talking about the relationship in the press. She gave no indication on social media that a wedding was imminent, particularly so soon after she served as a juror at the Cannes Film Festival. But the festivities were apparently in the works for some time, and guests included famous pals like Emily Blunt, Anne Hathaway and Edgar Wright.

In early 2013, Gossip Cop busted the Daily Mail for falsely claiming Chastain was dating Tom Hiddleston. Just a month later, we called out Star for insultingly and wrongly alleging Passi de Preposulo was “in it for the fame.” The tabloid advised Chastain to end the relationship sooner than later. Gossip Cop, however, was assured the magazine was merely making controversy where there was none. And, obviously, she did not take the dubious publication’s advice.

In fact, Chastain purposely avoided dating a fellow actor. She told InStyle in 2014, “I made sure when I started that I was known for my work, not for whom I was dating… Acting is all about being open to another person, and to date an actor, it just confuses it, because how do you even know if it’s real?”

Well, this wedding is certainly the real deal. Gossip Cop congratulates Chastain and Passi de Preposulo on becoming newlyweds!

 


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