After being together for 3 years the UK actress Felicity Jones married her boyfriend Charles Guard on Saturday. The ceremony was hosted at Sudeley Castle, near Winchcombe, Gloucestershire in England. The stars choose to be wrapped in a budget dress, however, the guest list was impressive. The A-list celebs included The Theory of Everything co-star Eddie Redmayne, 36 and Tom Hanks.

As reported by the SUN the star couple had chosen to wear a discerning full sleeved white gown that has a sheer fabric above the bust.

The actress had also made a special appearance in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story spoke at the ceremony.

Felicity Jones

While she wore the expression of sheer bewitchment that was evident from her kicking of the hair beneath a classic mesh that touched the floor.

Temporarily the groom cut a spruce figure in a three-piece silver suit with silver trousers at the bottom, a faded yellow waistcoat, and black jacket.

While making the look round about, the director groom had a blue suit on with a tie and white shirt. A flower was seen popping out of his chest embarking on the special occasion.

Charles is widely known for his performance in the 2009 horror movie the Uninvited. However, his brother had assisted him in the shooting of the movie. Prior to the Hollywood actress was in a relationship with the carver Ed Fornieles.

Felicity Jones marries Charles Guard

The couple remained together for over a decade and have met each other while a student at the University of Oxford.

While the beauty of UK confessed that she had been invited to the British Academy Film and Television Awards for the first time when she had bagged a special jury prize at the Sundance Film festival for her outstanding works. Sources say that the actress had done her make up in her brother’s bathroom before going to the event.

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