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George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin are officially husband and wife!

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That’s it, it’s official! George Clooney is officially off the market and is now Mr. Amal Alamuddin! The lavish ceremony was held yesterday at the seven-star Aman Canal Grande Hotel in Italy and it seems like it was truly an event to remember. Here’s the scoop from US Weekly:

Saturday morning, guests were left to themselves before witnessing the pair exchange vows at the seven-star Aman Canal Grande hotel. They had the option to sip drinks downstairs, but were expected to make their way to the boats on time for the ceremony.

After the pre-wedding celebrations, Clooney and his British lawyer love finally said “I do,” and received a big round of cheers around 8:45 p.m. Guests then feasted on lobster, lemon risotto, and fried polenta with mushrooms, and danced to hits from bands like Blondie, Jackson 5, Amy Winehouse, and Daft Punk.

Everyone was given a code for their phones for security purposes, and were asked to leave their personal devices back in their hotel rooms. Cameras were supplied at the reception, which lasted well into the early morning. (Good thing Sunday brunch begins at 2 p.m. back at Cipriani!)

Before heading home Sunday, guests will congratulate the newlyweds once more at a late dinner at the Granaries of the Republic. They won’t be packing up just their fancy attire from the night before, however. Clooney and Alamuddin gifted everyone with a framed picture of themselves.

“We’re both so glad you’re here. You’ve come a long way so we’ll make it worth the trip,” a letter from the couple read. “Thanks for being here. It means the world to us.”

So, basically either US Weekly is making shit up, or George and Amal had a wedding guest who can’t keep their friggin’ mouths shut. Like, what? Not even a day after the wedding and they already know what was in a private letter written to the guests by the couple? SMH.

In any case, it sounds like a good time was had by all and a lot of hearts were broken now that the Silver Fox is off the market. Happy days!