It is the season of renewing wedding vows and it seems Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds have also given in to the trend. The two are reportedly planning to renew their vows to celebrate their second wedding anniversary later this year.
Johansson and Reynolds married in September, 2008, but have since been dogged by rumours their union is in trouble due to their clashing filming schedules.
The `Lost In Translation` star`s representative brushed off the report and now they`re planning a ceremony to reaffirm their vows to each other, according to Hollyscoop.com.
"They have already sent out `save the date` invites for the ceremony, which will take place on their wedding anniversary," a source told the website.
I don't know if I buy into this renewing-your-wedding-vows-so-the-press-stops-saying-you're-breaking-up garbage. Jon & Kate renewed their vows and then filed for divorce like a month later (not that they are the greatest example of anything). It seems like the couples that last the longest in Hollywood are the ones who ignore what everyone says about them and try to maintain some level of a private life.
Also, it's fine if you renew your wedding vows but why are they inviting a ton of people (assumption on my part) who probably attended their wedding a mere 2 years ago? Are they supposed to bring gifts to this thing?
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