Kate Moss And Jamie Hince Tie The Knot

Supermodel Kate Moss wed Kills guitarist Jamie Hince at St. Peter's Church in Southrop, England today. Moss wore a dress designed by "long-time friend" John Galliano, while the equally fashionable groom wore a suit by Yves Saint Laurent. Apparently, it was quite the "wham bam rock n' roll marriage" —which isn't surprising given, well, you know.

If you'd like to look through a virtual wedding photo album, you can —and should— flip through this. It's totally worth it for Moss' "lovely, understated" vintage-style dress alone.

Salma Hayek's husband, French businessman Francois-Henri Pinault, reportedly fathered a child with Linda Evangelista:

Ever since giving birth to Augustin in October 2006, Evangelista has refused to name the boy's biological father. The couple reportedly conceived the child in early 2006, when Pinault had briefly separated from Hayek.

Prince Albert of Monaco and Charlene Wittstock were also married today at the royal palace, but it probably lacked some of the swagger of the Moss-Hince nuptials. [People]

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