"It's not true," says a representative for Anna Faris when denying Internet reports of the actress marrying her actor fiance Chris Pratt in Hawaii on Saturday, June 20.
It turns out that reports of Anna Faris and fiance Chris Pratt's weekend wedding in Hawaii are false as a representative for the actress has confirmed the pair hasn't walked down the aisle just yet. "It's not true" is the answer given by the representative when asked about the accuracy of the circulating wedding reports.
On Sunday, June 21, Radar Online ran an exclusive story that Anna and Chris have tied the knot in Hawaii on Saturday, June 20. The site claimed to have obtained a confirmation from the actor via phone call from his room at Four Seasons Hotel in Maui, where he and Anna enjoyed their honeymoon. "I'm a very happy guy," Radar cited Chris as confirming his nuptials to Anna. "We're in Hawaii having a wonderful time."
Anna and Chris were snapped frolicking on a beach in Hawaii over the weekend with each of them was spotted sporting a ring on their wedding fingers. It was the fact that later ignited marriage reports.
Anna Faris, who has been engaged to Chris Pratt since last year, previously stated that she wanted to avoid having a star-studded wedding and would instead elope. "We made the best decision that I could ever think of -- we are just going to slip off and elope," so she said. "We aren't going to involve the family at all. Then we will go on a honeymoon."