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23:17 | 25th April 2017

Entertainment News: News

Wed 2 Jun, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


They've been planning the event for the past few months. We were all so excited. They're really great people

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Glee actress Jane Lynch has reportedly got married to her partner Dr Lara Embryin after getting engaged back in April.

Lynch who plays cheerio battle-axe Sue Sylvester in the hit show Glee allegedly got married to her partner at the Blue Heron Restaurant in Massachusetts, where gay marriage is legal, unlike their home state of California.

The pair traded their vows in an intimate ceremony amongst 21 friends and family on Monday, which was Memorial Day, a public holiday in America.

A restaurant employee tells Star, "They've been planning the event for the past few months.

We were all so excited. They're really great people."

Another source told Radar Online "It was just a very nice, small wedding…"They had both the wedding and reception here."

Jane reportedly wore black trousers and a pink silk blouse and Lara wore a black and white cocktail dress.

The ceremony took place on the restaurants outdoor patio overlooking Sugarloaf mountain.

 

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