'Game of Thrones' Stars Rose Leslie And Kit Harington Are Married

'Game of Thrones' Stars Rose Leslie And Kit Harington Are Married

Game of Thrones actors Kit Harington and Rose Leslie got married today in Scotland, and numerous cast members were present for the happy event.

The bride wore a long sleeve ivory lace wedding dress, a white flower crown and cathedral veil and carried a bouquet of white roses.

Rose, 30, couldn't help but smile as she stepped out of the vehicle with her father. Cameras caught Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister) arriving in the afternoon wearing all-black while carrying his suit in a garment bag. Besties Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams coordinated their wedding ensembles.

Kit Harington and Rose Leslie play on-screen lovers Jon Snow and Ygritte in Game of Thrones. The wedding reception was even held in the 12th century Wardhill Castle, which belongs to Leslie's family.

Speaking outside the castle, where the pair will exchange vows, Leslie's father, Sebastian Leslie, said: "We are absolutely thrilled for Kit and Rose to be marrying today".

He added: "It's an absolutely lovely day for us". It's a great day for Aberdeenshire.

Yunyao Li, 23, and Qiong dan Xu, 23, said they are fans of Harington's alter-ego in Game Of Thrones.

Harington and Leslie have kept their wedding details private, but multiple media outlets have been able to confirm that it will take place this weekend at the Scottish castle because of a marriage notice they posted at the register office in the nearby town of Huntly.

The stars announced their engagement in the Times newspaper previous year.

Harington told L'Uomo Vogue it was "easy" to fall in love with his co-star.

"The country is handsome. the Northern Lights are magical.it was there that I fell in love", he said.

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