Now that the globe knows about Kate Winslet and Ned Rocknroll's key marriage, new information about the married couple's big day are starting to appear.
According U.K. paper The Sun, the couples traded jewelry and diamond-encrusted marriage groups during the romantic wedding in beginning Dec. "They had them exclusively specialized when they were in Hong Kong," a resource says of Winslet, 37, and Rocknroll, 34. "Ned says a child is definitely the strategy for them next and they've had a lot of fun exercising."
As formerly verified by Us Every week, Winslet's buddy and two-time costar Leonardo DiCaprio stepped her down the section. Rocknroll's best man was his sibling, Port, an experienced sailor man. Winslet's little girl Mia, 12, and son Port, 9 from her two past weddings were also present. (Rocknroll, created Abel Cruz, is the nephew of Virgin mobile millionaire Rich Branson. He performs for his dad at Virgin mobile Galactic.)
The Everyday Email reviews that their wedding took position in New York's Catskill hills in a warmed barn. The location was loaded with crazy blossoms in jam jugs and shaded lamps, according to the English website.
According to The Sun, the couples verified their partnership to buddies and close relatives via Skype. Rocknroll allegedly informed his stepbrothers Otto and Ludo on Dec. 26, Punching Day. "Ned go them on Skype delayed that evening and said, 'Would you like to talk with my wife?’'and drawn a cheerful, laughing Kate into the taken," a resource shows. "It was very lovely and they're satisfied."
In reality, the several didn't even tell their mother and father about their hush-hush marriage. "What are you going on about?" Winslet's dad, Mark, said when requested about the wedding. Rocknroll's dad, John, included, "It's not something I know of but nothing would shock me with those two."
According to The Daily Mail, the couple of more than a year -- who had been keeping their summer engagement under wraps -- had been planning to get hitched for months. "Marriage has always been on the cards and they've been talking about doing it for the past couple of months," an insider said. "It wasn't a spur-of-the-moment thing, but they wanted to keep it secret."