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‘Friends’ Star Matt LeBlanc Weds in Hawaii
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Matt LeBlanc, who stars on the hit TV comedy series “Friends,” married his longtime fiancee Melissa McKnight on Saturday, in a star-studded cliffside wedding on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, according to syndicated television show Extra.
LeBlanc, 35, and McKnight, a former model who is believed to be in her late 30s, became engaged in 1998, Extra said. She has two children from a previous relationship.
The ceremony took place overlooking exclusive Anini Beach along a 12-acre cliffside property. LeBlanc dressed in a dark suit bedecked with a white lei and his bride wore a long white gown.
Fellow “Friends” stars including Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow and David Schwimmer attended the ceremony as did Aniston’s husband, Brad Pitt, and Cox’s husband, David Arquette. Other details about celebrity guests were not immediately available.
A tented reception was held in the same location, Extra said. Many of the guests wore Hawaiian shirts and leis. They dined on a four-tiered passion fruit cake that was large enough to feed 150 people and offered a champagne toast to the couple at midnight.