Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach have formally tied the knot after 12 years collectively.
A consultant for Gerwig, 40, confirmed the information to People on Wednesday, December 20. The director and Baumbach, 54, received married at New York City Hall, the publication reported.
Page Six was first to substantiate the information, reporting that the comfortable couple celebrated their nuptials at Billy Joel’s live performance at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, December 19. Gerwig and Baumbach have been photographed backstage with Joel, 74, and his spouse, Alexis Roderick. They have been additionally noticed within the crowd, seated on the ground and singing alongside to the present.
The couple met in 2010 when Gerwig starred in Baumbach’s movie Greenberg. He was nonetheless married to Jennifer Jason Leigh on the time, with whom he shares son Rohmer. Baumbach and Leigh break up in 2010 after 5 years collectively, and he moved on with Gerwig the next 12 months.
As their relationship continued to warmth up, the pair teamed up for his or her first joint undertaking to put in writing Frances Ha in 2012. They made their crimson carpet debut years later in 2018 on the Golden Globes.
Gerwig gave perception into their relationship when showing on The Late Late Show With James Corden in January 2020, revealing that she and Baumbach weren’t large followers of labels when it got here to their relationship.
“‘Boyfriend’ makes it sound like I simply met him final week,” Gerwig defined on the time. “‘Lover’ is disgusting. And ‘fiancé’ makes it sound like there’s an imminent wedding ceremony. So, none of it really works.”
Gerwig additionally received candid about working alongside her longtime companion on arguably the largest film of the 12 months, Barbie.
“It was simply an intuition,” she advised Screen Daily earlier this month. “I like writing with him, and we hadn’t written collectively shortly. He looks like an unlikely author of Barbie. If you needed to choose an individual, he wouldn’t in all probability be prime of thoughts. There was one thing about that that made me snicker — ‘it’s Noah Baumbach’s Barbie!’”