The Scottish Wedding was Wonderful
Fans of TV's hit show Game of Thrones must be even more thrilled about their favorite small screen actors. Kit Harrington and Rose Leslie mixed business and pleasure in the best way possible by marrying one another on Saturday in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
The happy couple met on set in 2012 and played lovers on the show as well. All that practice made perfect for the gorgeous pair who said "I do" before friends, family, and some co-stars including Maisie Williams, Peter Dinklage, Emilia Clarke, and Sophie Turner.
After the tasteful church ceremony came the lavish reception at Wardhill Castle – a spectacular site owned by the bride's father. Leslie looked lovely, Harrington handsome, and the guests had a ball seeing it all.
As per People, "Leslie, 31, looked radiant in a delicate long-sleeve lacy dress. The actress wore a floral garland on her head as well as a white veil, which appeared to extend all the way from the top of her head to the hem of her gown. Leslie also carried a small bouquet of flowers."
From television to reality, the lovebirds can now bring work home with them, where the "king and queen" of the house can sit on their "thrones." Congrats to the couple!
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