You may know that actor Robert Pattinson and American actress Sienna Miller have been dating for some time now. Well, it appears that their feelings have blossomed into something more serious, and the couple is now set to wed. According to a source close to the couple, the actor asked the actress to marry him several weeks ago, and she accepted. The two are expected to wed later this year, and they wouldn’t be the first famous couple to wed in 2019. Here’s a look at five other celebrity weddings that you should know about.

Stormi and Dexter Matchcom Profile:

Actress Stormi Ginger and entrepreneur Dexter Matchcom have been secretly dating for some time now. The two kept their relationship a secret for as long as possible, but they finally came clean and admitted their love for each other. The couple became engaged a few months back, and they would then go on to hire a wedding planner. On June 25, 2019, the pair exchanged vows in a small ceremony in Tulum, Mexico. Their celebration was kept secret until the couple decided to share their big news with the world. In accordance with Mexican wedding traditions, Dexter gifted his bride with a sica bag (hence the name of their upcoming lifestyle blog). While many media outlets reported that Dexter proposed to Stormi by popping the question during a vacation in Greece, the truth is that the couple had been discussing marriage for a while and were already planning their ceremony long before they visited the Greek Islands (where they both happened to be on holiday at the same time). According to a source close to the couple, the proposal took place at their hotel in Tulum, Mexico, where they both checked into their rooms separately on the morning of June 25. The two entered their room at about the same time and had an intimate conversation through the door. After confirming that everything was okay, Stormi opened the door to let Dexter inside, and the two began their engagement that day.

Katie and Mike Aren’t Quite Ready To Worship The Throne:

When Prince William invited Meghan, Duchess of Cambridge, to become the first-ever patron of an organisation that supports vulnerable children, she jumped at the chance to help. The couple then began a patron engagement and met with children from social services across the UK who are currently unsupported by adult figures in their lives. The duchess has stated that her ambition is to help raise awareness of the issues faced by disadvantaged youths and encourage more people to get involved. In line with this, she appointed herself principal patron of Katie and Mike, an organisation that supports young people and their families in crisis. In March 2019, the couple became engaged to each other, and they would then go on to make the stunning announcement to the world a few months later. The bride-to-be is a fashion stylist who grew up in the UK and now lives in New York City. Her groom is a computer scientist who previously worked for Facebook in Dublin. After getting engaged, the couple decided to hire a wedding planner who helped them to plan an elaborate celebration that would include a fair isle green wedding dress designed by Georgina Chapman, Johnnie Walker Scotch, and an open bar. Due to a leak from inside the wedding party, the world got a sneak peek at the couple’s big day, which was held at the Kensington Palace. A source close to the couple revealed that the wedding felt like “a dream” and that “everything came together perfectly”. However, as is typical with weddings these days, not everything went according to plan. There were a couple of “glitches” on the big day, but the couple handled them with class and kept the focus on the important things. One of the few instances where the media got to see the happy couple as they were assumed to be, off-camera, was when the groom picked up the bride at the altar for their first dance. While the media were focussed on the dancing and guestlist drama, the couple slipped away to have their first private moment as husband and wife. The two spent their wedding night at a five-star London hotel and are now basking in the glow of their new marriage.

Kaya And Sam Are Having A Seismic Wedding:

If you’re looking for a wedding that was “made for Instagram”, you’ve come to the right place. The couple got engaged in secret back in October 2018 and then went on to make the stunning announcement to the world in March 2019. The bride-to-be is a former child actress who rose to fame for playing Princess Fiona in Shrek the Musical. Her groom is a classical music producer who’s worked with artists such as Sting, Michael Jackson, and Rihanna. The two spent their engagement and wedding nights holed up in a cozy London hotel room, where they made the most of their privacy by shutting the door and inviting in some BFFs (BFFs = best friends forever). Theirs was the perfect Instagram wedding, and their engagement and wedding photos have racked up millions of views on the social media platform. While some experts have criticised the rise of “influencer” weddings, Kaya and Sam’s secret romance and subsequent engagement and wedding are a testament to the enduring allure of the once-exclusive celebrity wedding. And, as with all influencer weddings, the news was broken by a scandalous Instagram post designed to garner more views than the average user would see in a lifetime.

Ellie And Ben Are Having A Classic Comedy-Drama Wedding:

Ellie Goulding and Ben Mendelsohn had been dating for a while before they decided to walk down the aisle. The couple met while filming the romantic comedy-drama film Baby Gap in Melbourne, Australia, and they would go on to marry in an intimate ceremony in Cape Town in March 2019. Ben is best known for his role as Bernie Rose in the romantic comedy-drama film Love Actually, and Ellie is an award-winning music producer who’s worked with artists such as Lady Gaga and Pharrell Williams. The wedding was designed to evoke the classic comedies of the 1970s, and the bride’s dress was chosen to channel a vintage feel. The couple’s choice of venue, a palatial Cape Winelands-style house with white-tie weddings, evoked a charm entirely absent from their on-screen personas, which were played more for laughs.

Sophie And Edmund Are Getting Married In A Sports-Themed Wedding:

Sophie Turner and Edmond Sumonau have been dating for almost two years before they decided to walk down the aisle. The pair grew up together in Germany and attended the same university, where they studied economics and German literature. They are both fitness enthusiasts, and the bride-to-be revealed that she lost 10 pounds for her wedding day. Her engagement and wedding were planned around a trip the couple took to Ibiza to “work on their dance skills”. The bride made the ultimate pop culture statement by wearing a sports jersey dress from one of her favourite teams, the New England Patriots. While most of the attention was focussed on her dress, the couple kept a low profile and made no fuss of their special day. They even kept details of their wedding under wraps until the day of the ceremony, when they gave an intimate speech to a packed audience at the wedding venue.

Jade And Jamie Are Having A Romantic Comedy-Drama Wedding:

Jade Liu and Jamie Wen have been dating for a while before they decided to walk down the aisle. The couple met while working on the sequel to the 2018 hit film Crazy Rich Asians, where they played secret lovers. Though they are both Chinese and worked together for the first time on camera, they have a long history off-screen as well and both attended Harvard University. Their professional relationship didn’t end there though, as they both work at an investment firm and joined forces to help their clients navigate the global financial markets. A source close to the couple revealed that the actress was so overwhelmed with the attention that came with being an engaged couple that she initially turned down several job offers to focus on her wedding. The choice of venue, a palatial Santa Barbara home with red-tie weddings, emphasised the romance of the couple’s story. The bride wore a stunning custom-made dress, which she described as a “collaboration” between herself and her husband-to-be. Their reception was followed by a private dinner for family and friends, where the famous guests were treated to a performance by singer-songwriter Halsey. While many of their celebrity friends attended the wedding, which was livestreamed, the couple decided to keep details of their celebration under wraps until the night of the ceremony, when they graced the big day with their presence.