First Look: Jessica Biel Married

Oct 22, 2012 11:01am
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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are now husband and wife, but for the moment, you’ll just have to settle for this photo of Biel flashing her ring post-nuptials in Fasano, Italy.

People magazine is withholding the exclusively obtained wedding photos until Wednesday.

Timberlake, 31, told the magazine that their wedding last week was “magical,” while Biel, 30, called it a “fantasy.”

The couple tied the knot Friday in front of family and close friends, including Jimmy Fallon, Timbaland and Biel’s “7th Heaven” costar Beverley Mitchell, at the Borgo Egnazia resort in the southern Italian city of Fasano. According to Us Weekly, the former boy band star serenaded his bride during the reception.

The next day, Timberlake was spotted out and about  in Fasano wearing a simple gold wedding band. The couple was also snapped Sunday at the airport wearing hats and casual attire.

Though Timberlake and Biel were incredibly tight-lipped about the wedding (according to People, even their guests didn’t know the ceremony was happening in Italy until the last minute), photos of the couple’s pre-wedding party let the cat out of the bag before they tied the knot.

On Thursday, Us Weekly posted a picture of Biel and Timberlake’s beach bash in Puglia. Famous guests included former “Saturday Night Live” star Andy Samberg, who appeared in the now infamous “d**k in a box” skit with Timberlake. Party- goers enjoyed dinner and cocktails, and were later treated to a 10-minute fireworks display.

After five years of on-and-off dating, the “SexyBack” singer proposed to the “Total Recall” actress in December. In August, reports surfaced that their wedding was imminent, but Biel brushed them off, telling E! that she and Timberlake had not even started planning.

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