Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski are officially married! The couple wed in a secret ceremony this past weekend, and Thomas revealed the news during an interview on the Late Late Show with James Corden. While James was asking him about Amanda, Thomas proudly put up his left hand to show off his wedding ring and said, "my wife."
“We eloped. We just took off into the country with an officiant and, just the two of us, and we did our thing,” he said about the wedding.
“Listen, she’s the person that I love, admire, respect most in the world,” he said. That is the cutest thing!
The newlywed revealed that they wrote their own vows for the ceremony saying: “It was beautiful. It was everything that it should be. It was just the two of us talking to each other.”
Amanda teased the interview on her Instagram with a photo of her new husband with a caption that read: “This nice man is going to be on @latelateshow tonight to talk about nice things!”
The pair met when they both acted on the off-Broadway show The Way We Get By but did not start dating until later when they reunited for the movie called The Last Word. Rumors about an engagement started surfacing after Amanda was seen wearing a silver band on her left ring finger in September of 2016 and it was then that their representatives confirmed their engagement to People.
Not only is the couple now married now, but they are also expecting their first child together very soon. The Mean Girls star confirmed the news last November while attending a Givenchy press launch. The father-to-be spoke to James Corden about this new phase of their lives that they are about to enter and said the sweetest things.
“I’m more excited about this than I’ve ever been about anything in my life. And I’m also more terrified about it than anything I’ve ever been in my entire [life,]” he said.
We wish the couple the best of luck in their marriage and we are sure they will be incredible parents.
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