Ewan McGregor 'marries Mary Elizabeth Winstead'

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Ewan McGregor has reportedly married Mary Elizabeth Winstead credit:Bang Showbiz
Ewan McGregor has reportedly married Mary Elizabeth Winstead credit:Bang Showbiz

Ewan McGregor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead have reportedly got married.

The former 'Fargo' co-stars - who have 10-month-old son Laurie together - are believed to have tied the knot in an outdoor ceremony over the weekend, with a small number of family and friends in attendance.

A source told People magazine: "It was a small wedding for family and close friends. They had an outdoor ceremony. It was lovely and joyful. The menu was farm-to-table. They are an adorable couple. They are pretty low-key and like their canyon life. They often hike and go to the beach."

The 51-year-old actor - who has children Clara, 26, Jamyan, 20, Esther, 20, and 11-year-old Anouk, with ex-wife Eve Mavrakis - has been dating the 'Birds of Prey' actress since 2017 when they met on the set of 'Fargo'.

Ewan filed for divorce from Eve in 2018, with their split finalised in June 2020.

Eve admitted in early 2018 that she was "disappointed" in the 'Trainspotting' star's decision to file for divorce but, ultimately, the most important thing was their kids.

She said at the time: "It's disappointing and upsetting but my main concern is our four children are OK."

Meanwhile, Mary, 37, was married to Riley Stearns for seven years until May 2017 and previously admitted it was "scary" having to start again.

She said: "I got divorced a couple of years ago, which was a scary, crazy thing for me because I had been with the same person since I was 18 years old, and that was what I knew.

"I was really starting new as an adult for the first time in my life. For me that was a big turning point, being okay with changing, accepting that change is a good thing and that it's okay not to know where that change is going to take you."

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