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Anne Hathaway Marries: Have A Look At The Pictures And The Stunning Wedding Gown

Anne Hathaway Marries Boyfriend Adam Shulman

Congratulations, Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman! The actress got married to her jewelry designer-meets-actor boyfriend on Saturday night in a romantic ceremony in Big Sur, California, in a nature-inspired wedding, a source tells People. The celebrations began on Friday night, with a rehearsal dinner at the Ventana Inn & Spa. The wedding, the next day was, as a source revealed, “just friends and family. No movie stars. There were only a few people in the business there, like her stunt double.” We now also know that there was an all-vegan menu (just like their engagement party last year in New York, in February) served, that guests danced to the jazz trio, Americano Social Club, and that there were $100,000 worth of flowers at the venue. Now for the really good stuff: the dress. We knew that it was going to be a Valentino number, as the designer himself confirmed his appointment at the New York City Ballet Fall Gala last week, adding, “She’s a very good friend of mine. She’s like my daughter!”  The gown was a gauzy, textured fairy-tale affair with an off-the-shoulder neckline, elaborate train, skirt and veil, the latter which was secured by a 1920s-esque headband. You can see it, and the newlyweds in our gallery below. And again, mazel tov to them!

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[Photos: Splash News Online]


Is Anne Hathaway Dating Another Thief?

That girl sure can pick ‘em. While he isn’t being accused of anything as heinous as Raffaelo Follieri‘s $50-million Vati-Con fraud, Anne Hathaway‘s current man Adam Shulman seems to have some sticky fingers of his own. The New York Post apparently spotted the actor swiping part of a Mr. Brainwash mural from a construction site in the Meatpacking District–and the owner wants it back. “If he brings me back the art, it’s over,” said Ken Hart. “But if he doesn’t, I’m going to the police to report it stolen!” While he wouldn’t be the first person to swipe street art, Shulman required a buddy and screwdrivers to remove the piece—sounds like a premeditated heist!

This isn’t the first time the Post has tried to spoil Shulman’s fun; the paper called him an “opportunist” when he first started dating Hathaway. “When he was at Brown, he went after all the heiresses,” said their source. “It’s like Anne is addicted to losers.” Does the Post have it in for him or has she really picked another bad boy?

[Photo: .com]