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Hunger Games star Stanley Tucci celebrated his marriage to London-based literary agent Felicity Blunt on Sept. 29, with a star-studded affair across the pond.
Tucci, 51, officially wed Blunt, 31, the sister of Tucci's Devil Wears Prada costar Emily Blunt, earlier this year in a secret ceremony. Tucci confirmed his marriage during the red-carpet premier of friend Meryl Streep's latest film, Hope Springs, when he promised a more elaborate, forthcoming ceremony for friends and family.
On Saturday, Tucci and Blunt did not disappoint. The couple was formally wed at Middle Temple Hall, the famous 16th century London landmark. Actor Steve Buscemi, who co-owns a production company with Tucci, served as best man. Sister-of-the-bride Emily, who introduced the bride and groom, served as a bridesmaid.
"Saturday was more of a celebration of their marriage since they were already wed," a source told Us Weekly of Tucci and Felicity. "They had always planned on doing this."
The guest list was filled with stars, such as Oliver Platt, who costarred with Tucci and Buscemi in The Impostors, and was also in the wedding party. Other attendants included Tucci's former leading ladies Streep, Patricia Clarkson, and Julianne Moore, as well as Colin Firth, Kenneth Cole, and Emily's husband John Krasinski.
This is Blunt's first trip down the aisle and Tucci’s second. His first wife, Kate, died in 2009 from breast cancer. They have three children together, twins Isabel and Nicolo, 12, and Camila, 10.