Matthew McConaughey Finally Gets Married, Will He Make It Work?
After two children and more than a half decade of dating, Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves finally said their I-Dos in a ceremony at the coupleís Austin home earlier this evening. A cloud of secrecy was to be cast over the event with nondisclosure agreements signed by the entire staff, but not surprisingly, that didnít stop some of the details from emerging almost immediately.
According to E! News, wedding guests actually arrived for the festivities on Friday. They reportedly spent the night in elegant, air-conditioned mega-tents complete with doormats and patios. A larger white tent was erected in the middle of the estate, housing large wooden tables, assumedly for some kind of awesome meal.
Considering the eveningís activities are still reportedly in full swing, itís not weird we havenít heard any firsthand reports yet, but it is a bit strange we even got to this day to begin with. Blended families, divorced families, gay families and unmarried families might be becoming increasingly more common in todayís society, but by pretty much any measure, McConaughey grew up with a strange perception of marriage. His parents were on-again-off-again for thirty-nine-years, marrying, separating, divorcing, dating, marrying, separating, etc until his dad passed in the mid Ď90s.
That crazy life experience had to affect the forty-two-year-oldís own decision-making process. Maybe thatís why he needed two children in order to commit, or maybe that was just a strange coincidence. Either way, Iím confident McConaughey will make this work, but more than a few observers out there are skeptical. What do you think? Let us know your thoughts by voting in the poll belowÖ
Will They Make It Work?
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