“You are in love, true love,” Taylor Swift, 33, sings on her 1989 deluxe track, “You Are in Love.” The song, which was co-written and produced by Swift's frequent collaborator, Jack Antonoff, 39, would've been a fitting anthem this past weekend, when Antonoff tied the knot with actress Margaret Qualley, 28, at an intimate ceremony in Long Beach Island, New Jersey. Swift, of course, attended the ceremony, which was chock-full of other A-list stars.
Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley Tied the Knot in Front of Taylor Swift and Loads of Other Stars
On Saturday, August 19, the celebrity pair said “I do” in front of their closest family and friends, which, as seen in pictures shared by Entertainment Weekly, included not only Swift, but also Lana Del Rey, Channing Tatum, Zoë Kravitz and more.
Qualley's mother, who is St. Elmo's Fire actress Andie MacDowell, was also in attendance, as well as Qualley’s father, Paul, and her siblings Justin and Rainey. Meanwhile, Antonoff's dad, Rick, and sister, Rachel, were there too.
Qualley and Antonoff started dating in 2021, and they announced their engagement in May 2022. At the time, the Maid actress posted a series of photos showing off her engagement ring (which have since been deleted).
According to experts at Steven Stone, Qualley's ring is estimated to be worth around $100k. The 4-carat, round-cut diamond is in a solitaire setting and Maxwell Stone says the band appears to be white gold or platinum.
One of the other celebrity attendees, Lana Del Rey, actually wrote a song about the couple's relationship, titled “Margaret,” for her 2023 album Did You Know That There's a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd. Antonoff not only co-wrote and co-produced the song, but he also featured on the track with his band, Bleachers. We wonder if the couple did a slow dance to it.
Congrats to the newlyweds!
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