For two international celebrities, Keira Knightley and her musician husband, 29-year-old James Righton are an extremely private couple. So private that they have not yet appeared together on the red carpet.
It was no surprise then, that when they married on Saturday in the French countryside, it was a low-key ceremony befitting a low-key romance.
A google search, a recycled wedding dress and 11 guests were all the pair needed to seal the deal and say 'I do'.
And while they celebrated afterwards in a three million pound estate, owned by Knightley's family and guests included Sienna Miller and Chanel designer, Karl Lagerfeld, it was about as sedate as a celebrity wedding can get. Certainly a far cry from these eye-watering celebrity nuptials.
It even seems that the star wore a recycled dress by American fashion label Rodarte. This is contrary to reports that Keira, who is the face of Coco Mademoiselle perfume and who is set to play Coco Chanel in an upcoming film, would wear Chanel from top to toe. Knightley originally wore the strapless, knee-length tulle Rodarte number to the 2008 BAFTAs, where she was accompanied by then-boyfriend, Pride and Prejudice co-star Rupert Friend. She updated the look of the dress for her wedding day, pairing it with cream ballet slippers, a Chanel bolero jacket and a delicate garland of flowers.
It may seem surprising for a star, whose estimated worth is 30 million pounds, to drag out an old dress for her big day but she has previously said she didn't understand why weddings were such a "big deal".
After announcing her engagement last year she told Ellen Degeneres that she was constantly being asking when the couple were getting married and what the dress was like. "And I think, I'm just not one of those girls who's had the fantasy wedding thing," she said. "So, we haven't planned anything and it's all quite terrifying and I sort of looked up on the internet if you're getting married what should you do?"
An incredulous Degeneres asked whether she really looked up what to do on the internet.
"I really don't have a clue," the 28-year-old replied. "I don't get what the big deal is. You say 'I do' 'I do' and you drink a bit."
She was similarly coy in an interview with Vogue. "I'm working on another film straight after Anna Karenina," the actress said, when asked whether Lagerfeld would design her dress. "Then, maybe I'll start thinking about the dress and the guests and the venue. It really depends on what sort of wedding I decide to have - if I go with jeans and t-shirt options, then maybe [Chanel] wouldn't be quite right. I haven't decided on anything yet."
While she clearly decided against jeans for herself, several of her guests wore them, complete with thongs.
Her new husband, a keyboardist and a singer in the Mercury award-winning indie band, Klaxons, was also relaxed. The musician, who is said to be a formidable scrabble player, wore a navy suit with a skinny, pale blue tie.
Knightley and Righton were introduced by Righton's ex-girlfriend, Alexa Chung and began dating in early 2011. They were engaged a little over a year later, in May 2012.
Whether creating a family is next on the cards for the couple is not known, but Knightley has put thought into it.
"Would I want to be a stay-at-home mother? No," she told Vogue. "On the other hand, you should be allowed to do that, as should men, without being sneered at."