It's a day of mourning for Cumberbitches around the world, as the Sherlock/Star Trek actor Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed that he is getting married to actress Sophie Hunter.
Not only that, but he made the announcement in the classiest, least sensational way possible: a tiny print ad in The Times' classified section.
It was the final clue in a very secretive relationship that kept his fans guessing until they were spotted together this year at the French Open. They first met on the set of "Burlesque Fairytales."
While marriage proposal stories each have their own nuances, they are all pretty much the same. Justin Harrel of Oklahoma, however, definitely broke the mold when it came to how a man pops the question. Wanted in two different counties, Justin made sure that he would get down on one knee (in a manner of speaking) before being carted off to the big house. According to Yahoo News,he asked the arresting officer for a bit more time because he had something more he wanted to do:
"I advised Justin that he was under arrest and directed him to turn around and place his hands behind his back," the officer wrote in his police report. "Justin said, 'Steve, let's talk about this. Give me five minutes.'"
When the officer took him into custody, Harrel explained that he was about to propose to his girlfriend. He asked if he could go ahead with the proposal.
s The officer allowed Harrel to complete the marriage proposal, and Harrel's girlfriend eventually said yes. Harrel then asked the officer to get the engagement ring from his coat pocket and give it to her.
The officer handed the ring to the girlfriend.
Young newlyweds Rich and Michele were tying the knot in Pittsburgh -- at the same time and place that The Dark Knight Rises was filming a fight scene.
Needing outdoor wedding photos but blocked by Batman, the crew came to the support of the couple, who even got a tour of the Tumbler.
When Gotham is in ashes, you have permission to kiss the bride.
The new Denny's in Neonopolis in Downtown Las Vegas is catering to the wedding-and-breakfast crowd (translation: drunk people) with an all-inclusive experience. Because there's no better way to celebrate alcohol-soaked Sin City nuptials than with a Grand Slam breakfast. Stay classy, Vegas!