Report: Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes Get Married in Secret Cabo Wedding



The 'Annie' actor and the 'Dawson's Creek' alum, who've been rumored dating for years now, reportedly tied the knot earlier this month in a private wedding only attended by their children.
Katie Holmes is officially Mrs. Foxx now, according to a new report. Star claims that the actress got married to her rumored boyfriend Jamie Foxx earlier this month during their secret getaway to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

The publication states that the pair exchanged vows in a private ceremony attended only by Holmes' daughter Suri and Foxx's kid Annalise. "The buzz is that they exchanged vows the same day they arrived, right on the sand on a private beach. It was just Katie, Jamie and the kids, who could not be more adorable flower girls," a source says.

If you're wondering how Tom Cruise reacted to the secret wedding, Holmes' ex-husband reportedly texted his excitement after Suri sent him "some lovely photos of her mom and Jamie all dressed up."

"Katie was surprised when Suri texted her dad the photos, but Tom sent back a touching message saying how glad he is that they are happy," the source continues, adding that the newlyweds will celebrate their marriage with a New Year's Eve party at Foxx's Los Angeles home.

"The invitations have already been sent out," the source shares. "And I hear the guest list will include Leonardo DiCaprio, Jay-Z and Beyonce, as well as Katie's old 'Dawson's Creek' buddies Michelle Williams and Joshua Jackson."

However, fans of both Holmes and Foxx shouldn't be too excited just yet because the latest report about them turns out to be completely false. Gossip Cop has contacted the two actors' reps who say that all claims made by Star are "untrue."

The reps can assure fans everywhere that the rumored lovers aren't secretly married and that there was no secret wedding in Cabo. Subsequently, there will be no NYE bash to celebrate the nuptials that don't even exist.


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