‘Warm Bodies’ Actress Teresa Palmer Now Married! Pregnant Bride Reveals How She Fell In Love With Husband Through Twitter
By Staff Writer | December 30, 2013 09:43 PM EST
'Warm Bodies' actress Teresa Palmer has officially tied the knot with her beau Mark Webber in a small yet intimate ceremony in Mexico.
The couple, who started dating in September 2012, had their ceremony in a private beachfront villa in Punta Mita.
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"Mark and I are thrilled beyond words to be married in a very intimate and spiritual ceremony. We felt blessed to be surrounded by just a very small number of best friends and family," gushed the 27-year-old actress.
The 'December Boys' star wore a lace wedding dress exclusively created by Pallas Couture. Her 33-year-old husband was clad in a white garb. Webber's 5-year-old son from a previous relationship, Issac Love, served as the ceremony's ring bearer.
Palmer and Webber's relationship started on Twitter. The Australian star has been impressed with Webber's film, 'The End of Love', that she used Twitter to search for him.
"I looked him up after I saw the film he directed The End of Love. We tweeted each other and actually fell in love over email before finally getting to meet face to face. It was almost like old-fashioned love letters," explained Palmer to The Daily Mail.
Palmer will similarly give birth next year. A week before the wedding, she had her baby shower at Red O Restaurant in West Hollywood.
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