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Posted at 12:03 AM ET, 09/10/2012

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are reportedly married


Reynolds and Lively, at Comic-Con 2010, pre-getting-hitched. (Kevin Winter - GETTY IMAGES)

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are evidently married now.

According to People magazine, the “Green Lantern” co-stars got hitched Sunday evening at a plantation outside Charleston, S.C. The nuptials come less than two years after Reynolds, 35, split from first wife Scarlett Johansson; their divorce was finalized in July of 2011. The marriage is the first for Lively, 25, who ended things with boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio last fall, shortly before rumors about a romance between her and Reynolds began to swirl.

Neither of the actors’ reps has commented on the wedding news, which People confirmed via an unidentified source. Other significant details from the People story: Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine fame performed at the reception, and, for some reason, Bette Midler had dinner with Lively’s mom and sister over the weekend. It’s unclear whether Midler actually attended the wedding, but for now we’re going to assume she did and also sang a touching version of “Wind Beneath My Wings” during the recessional.

Official confirmation of the knot-tying, as well as more details about famous attendees, is presumably forthcoming.

By  |  12:03 AM ET, 09/10/2012

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