Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Never say never.
Halle Berry is a bride once more.
The expectant Oscar-winner, 46, wed French film star Olivier Martinez, 47, Saturday at the Chateau des Conde in Vallery, France, her rep officially confirms to PEOPLE.
The ceremony took place in a small chateau, where, in accordance with French law, a civil union was held (at 4 p.m.), followed by a religious ceremony at 5:30 at the chapel in the village.
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Among the 60 people, mostly close friends, in attendance were the groom's mother Rosemarie and brother Vincent. Dinner was held under an arbor, and there was a fireworks display.
Six years ago the Oscar winner told InStyle, "I will never, never get married again." But four days ago the duo boarded a flight to Paris with Berry's daughter, 5-year-old Nahla.
The pair met in 2010 while co-starring in Dark Tide. Although the movie was a flop, their chemistry has been red-hot ever since their romance spilled off-screen.
"She has called him 'The One,' " says Sophie Dulac, president of the Champs-Elysées Film Festival, which the couple attended together in Martinez's native Paris last month. "She's said she never expected to meet this Frenchman, to fall in love like she has."
"They seem truly in love," Dulac also said. "I've known Olivier very well and have never seen him like this."
The crinkle-eyed Frenchman proposed in early 2012 and presented Berry with an emerald engagement ring by Paris designer Robert Mazlo.
In April, the couple revealed they're expecting their first child together – a boy – early this fall, an unexpected joy Berry has called "the biggest surprise of my life." The baby will join big sister Nahla, Berry's daughter with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubrey.
This marks Berry's third trip down the aisle. She was previously married to baseball player David Justice in the early 1990s and to singer Eric Benét in the early 2000s.
This is a first marriage for Martinez, who previously dated singer Kylie Minogue.
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Splash News Online; AP; AKM-GSIThe hottest trend in Hollywood right now is all about the money. Well, sort of.
Three of the most boundary-pushing celebs out there (from left: Rihanna, Ciara and Miley Cyrus) have each showed off very different ways to flaunt their figures — and their cash flow at the same time.
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Rihanna was first to wear the trend, performing in a holographic-effect mini printed with oversized dollar bills.
Finally, Cyrus combined the two looks over the weekend, wearing a crop top and mini covered in the faces of our founding fathers.
Cory Monteith's autopsy results are in.The "Glee" actor died of a mixed drug toxicity involving heroin and alcohol, the British Columbia Coroners Service confirmed on Tuesday.
Monteith was found dead in his room at the Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, shortly after noon on Saturday when he failed to check out on time.
"It should be noted that at this point there is no evidence to suggest Mr. Monteith's death was anything other than a most-tragic accident," the coroners office said in a statement.
Yahoo! TV can also confirm the police investigation into Monteith's death has been concluded. The findings indicate that Monteith was alone when he died and there was evidence in his hotel room consistent with the autopsy and toxicology findings of an overdose. The three people the actor was out with the night before were "very cooperative," leaving the police to feel like there is nothing further to investigate.
Girlfriend and "Glee" co-star Lea Michele has issued the following statement to People magazine following the coroners report: "Lea is deeply grateful for all the love and support she’s received from family, friends, and fans. Since Cory’s passing, Lea has been grieving alongside his family and making appropriate arrangements with them. They are supporting each other as they endure this profound loss together. We continue to ask the media to respect the privacy of Lea and Cory’s family."
While Monteith was open about his struggles with substance abuse over the years, the cause of death is still a shock to those who were close to him.
Gia Milani, who recently produced and directed a Canadian film "All the Wrong Reasons" featuring Monteith, said the actor "seemed healthy" when she last saw him four weeks ago in Los Angeles, according to the AP. "He looked super fit and he was energetic and excited," she said.
Sources close to the late actor tell Yahoo! TV that even in the days leading up to his death, Monteith "seemed great."
"He honestly seemed happier and healthier than ever," one insider says, who spoke to Monteith last week. "This is devastating and shocking on so many levels."
In March, the 31-year-old actor voluntarily admitted himself into a treatment facility for substance abuse. Michele privately and publicly stood by Monteith's side while he got help.
Monteith first publicly detailed his troubles with drugs and alcohol that started at age 13 during an interview with Parade in June 2011.
"I was out of control," he admitted, adding "Anything and everything, as much as possible," was his drug of choice. “I had a serious problem.”
Monteith later explained why he decided to share his story with the world: "I felt like I had to step in at some point and relate to people my experience, and relate to people the truth of my life and where I come from."
Our hearts go out to Monteith's family, friends, and girlfriend Michele during this difficult time.
Watch a clip from "Glee" of Monteith performing a boy band mashup:
Rachel (Lea Michele) and Finn (Cory Monteith) have dinner with her dads in the "Heart" episode of "Glee."
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