Margaret Qualley and Jack Antonoff marry in star-studded ceremony
'Maid' actress Margaret Qualley and Bleachers musician Jack Antonoff have married in New Jersey at a ceremony attended by guests including Taylor Swift and Cara Delevingne.
Margaret Qualley and Jack Antonoff are married.
The 28-year-old actress and the musician, 39, tied the knot in New Jersey on Saturday (19.08.23) in a star-studded ceremony attended by Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey, Cara Delevingne, Channing Tatum and Zoe Kravitz.
Margaret was seen holding hands with her new husband and later arrived at a post-wedding party in a simple white dress while Jack sported a traditional black suit and tie for the occasion.
The 'Maid' star's mother Andie MacDowell was also seen smiling on her daughter's special day and the couple's fathers Rick Antonoff and Paul Qualley were snapped sharing a laugh during the celebrations.
Margaret and Jack were first linked romantically in 2021 and got engaged in May 2022 after speculation raged when the 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' actress was spotted with a diamond on her left ring finger at the Cannes Film Festival.
The actress later confirmed news of the engagement herself on her since-deleted Instagram page.
One snap showed her giving the Bleachers frontman a kiss, with the caption: "Oh I love him!"
Margaret has previously been linked with comedian Pete Davidson and actor Shia LaBeouf while Jack has dated 'Girls' creator Lena Dunham.
The pair were in a relationship from 2012 until 2017 and Lena previously admitted that the "finality" of their break-up conversation "nearly killed" her.
In a 2018 essay for Vogue magazine, she wrote: "It was December when we broke up, that kind of confusing weather where glaring sunlight makes the cold air feel even colder. We sat in our shared kitchen of nearly four years and quietly faced each other, acknowledging what nobody wanted to say. That obsessive connection had turned to blind devotion, and the blinders were coming off to reveal that we had evolved separately (the least shocking reason of all and perhaps the most common). That anger wasn't sexy or sustainable. That our hearts were still broken from trying so hard to fix it but no longer uncertain about whether or not we could. The finality nearly killed me, and I remember muttering, 'But what if we still went on dates?' He laughed sadly. 'Whatever you want.'"