Why have one wedding when you can have two? Join Wonderwall.com as we check out the celebrities who said "I do" more than once to the same person… starting with Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra, who traveled all the way to Rajasthan, India, for their nuptials. Their first ceremony — a traditional Christian and Western event — took place on Dec. 1, 2018. Priyanka wore a stunning white Ralph Lauren gown with a 75-foot train and Nick donned an equally gorgeous Ralph Lauren suit. The next day, the lovebirds took part in a traditional Indian ceremony to honor Priyanka's culture and family. Following their weddings, the couple enjoyed multiple receptions — including one in New Delhi (seen here) — surrounded by family and friends. Keep reading to see which other stars also found marriage so nice they did it twice with the same person…
Nick Jonas isn't the only Jonas Brother member who's had more than one wedding. Sibling Joe Jonas first tied the knot with "Game of Thrones" star Sophie Turner in a surprise, quickie Las Vegas wedding on May 1, 2019, following the Billboard Music Awards. Lucky for us, the couple's friend, Diplo, was in attendance and live streamed the ceremony on Instagram. Their big wedding for family and friends happened the following month in Sarrians, France, on June 29 with Sophie wearing a gorgeous white gown from Paris fashion house Louis Vuitton.
When Justin Bieber eloped with Hailey Baldwin at a New York City courthouse on Sept. 13, 2018, his fans were shook. Their low-key wedding happened less than four months after the couple got back together after a period of on-off dating — and not long after Justin and Selena Gomez ended things for good — making marriage seem like a rash decision. However, Mr. and Mrs. Bieber proved everyone wrong and stayed together. The pop star and the model celebrated their love again with a lavish and traditional church wedding shortly after their one-year anniversary. On Sept. 30, 2019, Hailey and Justin said "I do" once more, this time in front of 154 of their closest friends and family members at a South Carolina resort.
Supermodel Heidi Klum and her love, Tokyo Hotel musician Tom Kaulitz, first tied the knot in an ultra-secret February 2019 ceremony just two months after Tom's romantic holiday proposal. A few months later on Aug. 3, the couple wed again, this time surrounded by loved ones on a yacht in Capri, Italy. Making the ceremony extra special? Tom's twin brother and bandmate, Bill Kaulitz, officiated.
Although they were first married in a breathtaking ceremony at the Aman Canal Grande Hotel in Venice, Italy, on Sept. 27, 2014, George Clooney and Amal Clooney actually had to exchange vows once more, two days later, in a civil ceremony at Venice's Palazzo Ca' Loredan to make their union legal. Two weddings also meant two receptions. The first was a star-studded event with friends like Bono, Cindy Crawford, Anna Wintour, Matt Damon and more that took place following their first wedding. The second reception occurred one month later, courtesy of the British barrister bride's mom and dad, who threw the couple a lavish soiree with family and friends at the Danesfield House Hotel in Berkshire, England.
Supermodel Gisele Bundchen and her NFL quarterback honey Tom Brady first wed in an intimate Catholic church ceremony in Santa Monica, California, on Feb. 26, 2009 that — according to Tom — was a simple affair following by steak and champagne. Two months later, the couple headed to Gisele's Santa Teresa home in Costa Rica for a second, casual wedding with 40 of their closest friends and family members in attendance. During the event, Gisele reportedly wore a simple slip dress while their guests enjoyed Mexican food and margaritas.
Unbeknownst to nearly everyone except their innermost circle, actress Zoe Kravitz and actor Karl Glusman made their union official with a private, legal ceremony at some point before the end of May 2019, which is when Us Weekly got wind of it. Then on June 29, they had a big wedding at Zoe's dad Lenny Kravtiz's 18th century Paris mansion and this time, they invited all their loved ones — including Zoe's mom, Lisa Bonet, and stepdad, Jason Momoa, plus friends and co-stars like Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley.
Jude Law has finally settled down, twice, with his new wife, psychologist Phillipa Coan. The couple, who began dating in 2015, made their union legal with a small civil ceremony in London on April 30, 2019. A month later on May 27, the newlyweds traveled to France to have their wedding part deux at Jude's parent's home in front of a group of 150 family members and friends including Jude's children from previous relationships.
Six months after TV host Maria Menounos revealed that she'd undergone surgery to remove a benign brain tumor, she married her longtime love, TV writer Keven Undergaro, in a live ceremony in New York City's Times Square on Dec. 31, 2017, which was officiated by none other than comedian and TV host Steve Harvey. The couple, who'd been together for 20 years before tying the knot, held a second ceremony for family and friends in October 2018 in the same village in Greece where both of Maria's parents are from.
Former Victoria Secret model Karlie Kloss and her husband, millionaire entrepreneur and investor Joshua Kushner (the little brother of Jared Kushner, Donald Trump's son-in-law), initially married in October 2018 in an intimate ceremony in upstate New York after Karlie officially converted to his faith, Judaism. The couple — who don't share the same political views as Joshua's brother — waited eight months before having a big wedding bash over three days from June 20 to June 23, 2019, on a ranch in Wyoming. In attendance were some of their best celebrity friends including Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom, Princess Beatrice and more.
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes only planned on marrying husband Gregg once — at their 1997 ceremony — but marital problems documented on her reality series led the couple to divorce in 2011. NeNe and Gregg found their way back together and in 2013 were remarried on the reality TV special "I Dream of NeNe." In 2018, the couple experienced trouble once more following Gregg's stage three colon cancer diagnosis and because of what NeNe called his "negative attitude." On the 2019 reunion episode of "RHOA," NeNe revealed to host Andy Cohen that their marriage is still on the rocks and that they've been sleeping in separate bedrooms, although they are working with a marriage counselor. Thankfully, amidst their struggles, Gregg learned his cancer was in remission.
We probably would never have known that Keira Knightley and her musician husband, Klaxons member James Righton, had a second wedding of Keira hadn't dished about it herself in an interview with British ELLE. Following the couple's civil ceremony in Mazan, a village in the South of France, where they own a home, on May 4, 2013, they hosted a second wedding in the woods, just for their friends. Although the actress was vague on details, she did share that she wore a custom Valentino gown that was covered in delicate roses, explaining, "I wore it for the ceremony we had just for our friends, in a wood, because you have to have flowers on a dress in a wood."
Former Hollywood couple Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson were first married in 1976 for all of six months before calling it quits. Their divorce wasn't a surprise, given that Melanie was just 18 when they married. The couple parted ways for more than a decade — Melanie even married and divorced her second husband in that time — before reconnecting in 1989. They had a second wedding that same year and this time stayed together for seven years before divorcing once more — this time, for good.
They're the reality TV couple that no one thought would last, let alone make it to the altar, but just to prove us all wrong, they went ahead and got married — twice. Of course, we're talking about "The Hills" stars Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt. The couple eloped in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, in November 2008 — but it's unclear whether the ceremony was anything more than a publicity stunt. Heidi and Spencer returned to the States and, in April 2009, said "I do" in Pasadena's Westminster Presbyterian Church in front of 200 guests and a camera crew. Their wedding was featured on the episode "Something Old, Something New" during Season 5 of "The Hills."
Their love spanned decades and spawned two weddings, as well as two divorces. Silver screen siren Elizabeth Taylor and actor Richard Burton fell in love while filming "Cleopatra" in 1962. The only problem with their early romance was that Elizabeth was still married to actor Eddie Fisher and Richard was wed to Welsh actress Sybil Williams. After ending their respective marriages, Liz and Richard wed for the first time on March 15, 1965, in Montreal (seen here). Their marriage lasted nine turbulent years before Richard's alcoholism and an alleged affair with a co-star led them to divorce in 1974. Both rebounded with others before falling back into each other's arms the following year. In October 1975, Liz and Dick united in holy matrimony once more, quietly marrying in Botswana's Chobe National Park. But the marriage fell apart soon after and they were divorced in 1976. Before Richard's death in 1984, he reportedly sent Elizabeth a letter declaring his undying love for her and desire to start anew — even though, at the time, he was married to someone else.
Former "Gossip Girl" star Penn Badgley first married his lady love, English-American singer and doula Domino Kirke, in a New York City courthouse ceremony on Feb. 27, 2017. The couple, who began dating back in 2014, decided to have a second, more formal wedding on June 24 the same year, with Domino hilariously saying, "You only get married twice, once."
For rapper Eminem and ex-wife Kim Mathers, twice isn't always as nice, especially when it comes to weddings. The Grammy-winning performer married Kim — his girlfriend of 11 years and the mother of his daughter, Hailie — for the first time in 1999. Their often toxic relationship, which Em rapped about frequently in his songs, led to the couple divorcing in 2001. By 2002, they were back together, this time with a new addition: Kim's second child from a brief post-divorce relationship. In 2006, Kim and Eminem walked down the aisle once more in a small ceremony in Rochester, Michigan, but it wasn't meant to last. Three months later, Em filed for divorce.
Olympic gold-medal-winning swimmer Michael Phelps and his wife, former Miss California Nicole Johnson, are so in love that they married three times! The first wedding was an intimate affair in June 2016 — prior to the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, in which Michael competed — to make their union legal so it would be easier for Nicole to travel internationally with their young son, Boomer. For their second ceremony — held four months later at the end of October — the couple had a more traditional wedding that included Boomer as their adorable ring bearer. The couple's final wedding happened on New Year's Eve 2017: Michael donned a tux and Nicole wore a lovely beaded bridal gown.
"Baywatch" actress Pamela Anderson and musician Kid Rock have long been divorced, but their July 2006 parade of weddings made international news. Their first, non-legally binding wedding happened on a yacht in St-Tropez, France (seen here), on July 29, before they headed to the States for three more ceremonies. The couple made marital stops in Beverly Hills (where they legalized their union), Nashville and Kid's hometown of Detroit all within a week. By November, however, their marriage ended after the music star allegedly grew jealous concerning Pamela's appearance in the film "Borat."
British singer James Blunt and socialite wife Sofia Wellesley's actual wedding was a small legal affair in a London registry office on Sept. 5, 2014. Two weeks later, however, the couple had a big wedding celebration (though not technically a ceremony) for their family and friends in Majorca, Spain, on Sofia's mom's romantic estate.
Monaco royal Charlotte Casiraghi first entered the union of marriage with French film producer Dimitri Rassam in June 2019 on the grounds of the Monaco Royal Palace — the same place her grandmother, actress Grace Kelly, married Prince Rainier in 1956. The civil union was, by all accounts, a lovely affair with royal family members in attendance, including her uncle, Prince Albert II, Monaco's reigning monarch. A larger and even more luxurious religious wedding took place the following month at the Abbaye Sainte-Marie de Pierredon near St. Remy de Provence, France, and, like their first walk down the aisle, all of Charlotte's royal relatives came to celebrate.
Former "Dancing With the Stars" pros Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd had a secret city hall wedding before they famously married at Long Island's Oheka Castle in July 2017. Maks posted a sweet video of the small service on Instagram to celebrate their first anniversary, writing, "Before we did it in front of 300…" The couple's second wedding (which most fans assumed was their first!) was a fairy tale event complete with a guest list that included friends, family and "DWTS" co-stars.
It turns out Maksim Chmerkovskiy's little brother, Val Chmerkovskiy, also had two weddings. He first wed fellow "Dancing With the Stars" performer Jenna Johnson in April 2019 in their home city of Los Angeles. The couple then packed up and headed to Utah at the end of June for a big, blowout celebration that united Jenna's family and Val's, who flew all the way from Ukraine to be there.
"The Bachelor" Season 22 star and former race car driver Arie Luyendyk Jr. and his bride, Lauren Burnham, had two weddings! Their first ceremony took place on Jan. 12, 2019, in Maui while Lauren was five months pregnant with their first child, Alessi Ren. In September 2019, the couple had a smaller, more playful ceremony at Las Vegas's famed Little White Wedding Chapel while riding in the back of a pink Cadillac. Their officiant wasn't Elvis, however, but their friend — pastor, songwriter and "This is How We Do It" singer Montell Jordan.
We're a bit enamored with tough-talking Judge Judy Sheindlin's love story with her husband, retired judge Jerry Sheindlin. The couple first married in 1977 when they were both attorneys and quickly became a power couple within New York's judicial system. However, in 1990, following the death of Judy's father, Murray Bloom, the couple experienced a difficult patch in their relationship and decided to divorce. Within a year, Judy knew she'd made a mistake. Missing Jerry, she decided to take him back and in 1991, they got married once again, this time for good.