Naomi Watts, Billy Crudup marry once again

A year after their courthouse wedding, Hollywood actors Naomi Watts and Billy Crudup had a very special wedding anniversary celebration, and it was by exchanging vows once again in a grand way in Mexico.
According to People magazine, Naomi on Saturday got married to Billy in front of family and friends during a second wedding ceremony in Mexico. Earlier, they said ‘I do’ in a courthouse in New York in June 2023.
The news was confirmed by Naomi’s photographer brother, Ben Watts, who shared moments from the lavish wedding on his Instagram. He shared a video which showed the actor in an elevator wearing a white gown and holding a bouquet of white flowers, while Billy is seen standing behind her wearing a dark suit.
For the second wedding, Naomi, 55, kept it simple in a white, sleeveless gown with her hair pinned back. Meanwhile, Billy, 55, opted for a timeless vibe in a black tuxedo.
Kai, whom Naomi shares with ex Liev Schreiber, along with son Sasha, 16. and the actor’s niece Ruby appeared to serve as bridesmaids. They are wearing strapless nude gowns. The whole group is seen smiling and waving at the camera as the elevator doors close, going on to reveal that Ben is filming in the reflection of the doors.
“Off they go Naomi x Billy x family #benwatts #scrapbooking,” Ben wrote alongside the video, which was posted with Frank Sinatra’s song, Love and Marriage.
Naomi’s brother shared a few more details from the special event on his Instagram Stories. In one photo, he posed in bathing shorts beside his sister, writing, “Getting ready for tonight,” and tagging Naomi.
The next clip showed his daughter Ruby getting ready in what appeared to be a hotel room. “Rubys getting ready to be a bridesmaid,” Ben wrote over the video.
One clip showed a room filled with chairs arranged in rows and guests, including Justin Theroux and Nicole Kidman, sitting and mingling in formal wear. “Let the ceremony begin,” Ben wrote over the clip.

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