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“Vikings”: the king of Kattegat got married

Actor Alexander Ludwig, who plays Björn Ironside – the king of Kattegat – in the “Vikings” series , has revealed that he has married his girlfriend Lauren Dear and has posted the first photo of their wedding, through his official Instagram account.

The couple celebrated a small and intimate ceremony at “The Lodge at Blue Sky” in Utah. According to the actor, only they, their dog Yam, the photographer and the officiant were there, due to the coronavirus pandemic .

“My wife, my best friend, my children’s future mother, my all-time Lauren Cara,” the Canadian actor spoke romantically to his partner, as he thanked his companions for attending the wedding.

“We have decided to escape. It’s been a really crazy year, but it definitely put things in perspective. Life is too short and I didn’t want to spend another day without calling this beautiful woman my wife, ”he wrote.

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This was the wedding of the actor from “Vikings”

“Of course, when things settle down, we will celebrate properly with our friends and family, but for now, the love of my life, our dog Yam, a yurt on top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere. , it seemed like the perfect start, ”added the famous Björn of“ Vikings ”.

While Lauren Dear reflected on how difficult 2020 has been, in her account of the same social network. “This last year has been filled with many uncertainties and doubts, but this was the simplest decision of my life .”

“I think we’ve all learned in one way or another to look within and find what makes us truly happy. Thanks 2020 for bringing this guy into my life. I will always love Alexander Ludwig, he told the happy bride.

She also thanked her husband for his support and strength. “You keep showing me what life is every day and how to be strong, resilient and courageous. I’m a better person by your side ”.

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