Emily Ratajkowski Marries Sebastian Bear-McClard In Surprise City Hall Ceremony

24 February, 2018, 09:23 | Author: Julian Swanson
  • A perfect match The London-born model paired leopard print pants with a matching jacket

Emily married actor and producer Sebastian Bear-McClard in a courthouse ceremony in New York City, after reportedly dating him for "just a few weeks".

The actress, who was recently in news for breaking up with music producer Jeff Magid, married film producer Sebastian Bear-McClard.

For her big day, Emily chose to wear a chic mustard jumpsuit with a black hat.

The 26-year-old revealed the shock news on Instagram on Friday, with a series of posts saying: "So".

Jeff and Emily were last photographed together in November, 2017.

Good hair The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model wore her straight brunette tresses untied and with a center part
Good hair The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model wore her straight brunette tresses untied and with a center part

Sources told the New York Daily News Ratajkowski and her ex were once "inseparable" but drifted apart in the final months of their relationship due to demanding work commitments.

Their wedding was attended by social media star Josh "The Fat Jew" Ostrovsky and adorable dog Moose The Pug.

She wore an orange trench coat and trousers with a black hat instead of a white dress and well, we guess congratulations are in order!

Ratajkowski announced her surprise wedding on Instagram, though you might have needed a little more context to be certain her photo featuring the newlyweds and captioned with "ny" between two ring emojis does mean that the model has officially changed her marital status. "Emily, too, is seeing her career boom, so their business success did not help them spend much time together".

Sebastian is a friend to Robert Pattinson, who even acted in his film Good Time.



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