Adam Brody And Leighton Meester Are Apparently Married Now
By Mack Rawden 1 year ago
Millions of Americans watched Leighton Meester and Adam Brody go through high school as principal characters on Gossip Girl and The O.C.. Now, the two are planning to go through adulthood together. After more than a year of dating, the two actors reportedly snuck off and tied the knot recently.
Exactly how recently or where it might have happened are pretty unclear at this point, however. According to E! Online, she supposedly had a bachelorette party at famous West Hollywood hangout Hamburger Mary’s a few weeks back. Over Valentine’s Day, the couple vacationed together in Mexico, and on their way back, he was spotted with a wedding ring on. Maybe that means they were married South of the Border. Maybe that means they went there for their honeymoon. Either way, the nuptials, while technically not confirmed, seem to have happened.
Celebrities really have three choices when it comes to private life publicity. They can actively work to blow the hype up even further by maintaining an active social media presence, divulging personal life details and hitting up local hotspots. They can be completely indifferent about the attention when it does come, politely smiling for photographs and signing autographs but mostly choosing low key spots, or they can actively run from any attention that’s not in someway related to work. Adam Brody and Leighton Meester waffle back and forth between the second and third camp, which is how they were somehow able to pull of a wedding without anyone in the media catching wind of it.
The public became aware of the couple’s relationship last February. Initially, the two put some effort into hiding what was going on, but eventually, they settled into a quiet pattern of being photographed every few months and seeming pleased with themselves. By all accounts, everything has been very stable and quiet on that front, and Pop Blend wishes them our sincerest congratulations moving forward with both their careers and their personal lives.