AceShowbiz - Ewan McGregor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead are officially man and wife now. The couple, who met and fell in love on the set of "Fargo" in 2017, reportedly quietly tied the knot in a private wedding over the weekend.
According to PEOPLE, it was a small ceremony held outdoor with only their family and close friends in attendance. "It was a small wedding for family and close friends," a source tells the site. "They had an outdoor ceremony."
"It was lovely and joyful. The menu was farm-to-table," the source further spills of the nuptials, before gushing about the newlyweds, "They are an adorable couple. They are pretty low-key and like their canyon life. They often hike and go to the beach."
Ewan and Mary have been together since May 2017 after they co-starred on the FX anthology series. He was previously married to Eve Mavrakis from 1995, but has been separated from her when he began a relationship with Mary.
He filed for divorce from Eve in January 2018 and it was finalized in August 2020. The former spouses have four daughters, two of them were adopted.
Ewan and Mary welcomed their first child together, a son named Laurie, in June 2021. Confirming the news was the actor's daughter Clara McGregor, who shared some sweet pictures of her cradling the baby. "Welcome to the world little brother," she gushed in the caption. "congratulations to my Dad & Mary - this is the greatest gift."
Clara previously called out Mary early in the actress' relationship with her father. Several months later, however, Clara acknowledged the immaturity of her Instagram post, writing, "I was angry and upset." She went on to explain, "There had been a lot building up to it and a lot to deal with - not to make excuses or anything - but, yeah, it wasn't my finest moment."
"I said how I felt and I didn't want to apologize for it," she added. "It wasn't the right way to go about things, but it's a hard thing to wrap your head around when you feel you had this idea of what the family unit is and then to have that shift. It's very weird."