Jonathan Bennett, actor of ‘Mean Girls’, marries his boyfriend in this place in Mexico


Quintana Roo.- The American actor, Jonathan Bennettis remembered for his participation as the heartthrob of the tape “Mean Girls”, and his partner, Jaymes Vaughnis a television presenter in the American Union.

The couple selected the beautiful natural paradises offered by the Mayan Rivierato swear eternal love in front of 104 guests, among friends and family.

Already on the beach, the bride and groom began their nuptial journey with the traditional march in the background to reach the place where they were already waiting Brian Tyler Cohen, a close friend of the couple, who was in charge of officiating the union, immediately played the song that Jaymes wrote to Jonathan when he proposed to her and the sky lit up with fireworks; The moment was set to music with the soundtrack of the film “The Great Showman”.

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The celebrity couple was married by their friend, youtuber Brian Tyler. Photo: Special.

In an interview, Bennett explained to People magazine that their wedding had deep meaning for the community. LGBT+: “When you are part of the LGBTQ+ family, not everything in the wedding space is for you…As we went through this process, we realized that our wedding is also more than just us. It’s about the whole community.”

Visibly moved to remember one of the most important and happiest moments of his life, the actor revealed: “Honestly, it was a dream wedding! We had to stop and remind ourselves that we were not on a film set, but that it was actually ours. real life. If you had told me this was one of my movie sets from HallmarkI would have believed it. I believed it. It was that perfect.”

As for Jaymes, he expressed the great joy he feels at starting a life as the husband of his best friend. “I married my best friend! I knew we’d be emotional, but I don’t think either of us realized how overwhelming that moment would be until we were in it. Seeing him cry only made me cry more, and then our guests They cried more, and then we all started laughing, and then we all started crying again.”

Bennett explained that their wedding had deep meaning for the LGBT+ community. Photo: Special.

It was at the end of November 2020, when Jaymes surprised Jonathan by asking him to be her husband with a song that he wrote for her. “I started crying and it took me several minutes to stop. When I saw Jaymes kneel down, I was so excited that I started screaming hysterically because I didn’t know how to express myself properly,” he recalled.

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Source-www.am.com.mx