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Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz Are Officially Husband and Wife

June 26, 2011 (1:21 pm) GMT
Without any sniff from the media, the Hollywood couple got married in very private ceremony attended by their trusted ones.
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz Are Officially Husband and Wife

and skipped the part where they should confirm a relationship, heading straight to marriage. After a short and quiet courtship, the actors announced through their respective reps that they have walked down the isle in a secret ceremony.

Their wedding was held in New York last Wednesday, June 22 with just four people in attendance. Daniel's daughter Ella and Rachel's son Henry were witnesses along with two friends. No other details were shared. "Daniel and Rachel insisted on having a small, quiet wedding. They are madly in love and couldn't wait to be husband and wife - but they wanted minimum fuss," said News of the World source.

The "James Bond" actor was first linked to the "The Mummy" actress last fall when they were seen spending Christmas together in U.K. Rachel's rep announced her separation from "" director Darren Aronofsky in November 2010. Daniel split from film producer Satsuki Mitchell in the same year.

Daniel and Rachel reportedly had a great chemistry after filming "". In the horror film set to be released in September this year, they play husband and wife.

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