I have uploaded new photos of Leighton Meester is seen on March 22, 2014 in New York City.
Gossip Girl would have a field day with this one! Less than three months after news of their engagement went public, Leighton Meester and Adam Brody have married in a super-secret wedding, multiple sources confirm exclusively to Us Weekly.
Us exclusively revealed back in February 2013 that the Gossip Girl alum, 27, and the former O.C. star, 34, were dating. The pair — both of whom starred on shows created by Josh Schwartz — had worked together two years earlier on the 2011 film The Oranges and “were always close and friendly,” an insider said at the time.
Nine months later, in November 2013, a source confirmed to Us that the resolutely private twosome were engaged. Neither has commented on the romance publicly, but they’ve been spotted in and around Hollywood on a handful of occasions over the last year. They also worked together again on the upcoming comedy Life Partners.
This is the first marriage for both. Meester previously dated actor Aaron Himelstein, and Brody was linked to director Lorene Scafaria and also romanced his O.C. costar Rachel Bilson.
Check out the video below of Leigton for her newest campaign “Biotherm”.
I have uploaded new high quality candids of Leighton Meester and Adam Brody at Cape Town International Airport, South Africa who spent a few days in the city, allegedly filming a TV commercial on December 10, 2013. The Gossip Girl actress, who is due to make her Broadway debut next year, was very coy about the engagement and went out of her way to keep her ring finger under wraps.
Leighton Meester to make Broadway debut opposite James Franco and Chris O’Dowd in ‘Of Mice and Men.’
The starry cast of Broadway’s upcoming production of Of Mice and Men just got a little starrier.
Leighton Meester will join James Franco and Chris O’Dowd in the play, which hasn’t been performed on the Main Stem in 40 years. The Gossip Girl alumna will, in her Broadway debut, appear as Curley’s wife, a flirtatious young woman who poses a threat to O’Dowd’s character, the well-meaning but mentally limited Lennie.
The show is set to begin previews March 19 and open April 16 at the Longacre Theatre.