Karlie Kloss celebrates marriage to Joshua Kushner with celebrity-filled party

Couple married last October in a small Jewish ceremony

Katie O'Malley
Monday 24 June 2019 14:40 BST
Karlie Kloss gets her wings

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Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner celebrated their marriage with a celebrity-filled bash eight months after saying “I do”.

The couple married in upstate New York in October 2018 in a small Jewish ceremony. The marriage came just three months after they announced their engagement.

Over the weekend, the pair continued their wedding celebrations with a belated party in Wyoming with famous attendees including Orlando Bloom, Katy Perry and journalist Derek Blasberg.

On Sunday, Blasberg posted a series of photographs from the party including one of the couple being lifted on chairs during a traditional Jewish horah dance.

In the photo, the 26-year-old supermodel wore an off-the-shoulder white lace maxi dress while her husband sported a dark navy suit.

“May your marriage be as intense and long lasting as my hangover from this weekend,” Blasberg captioned the images of the married couple.

Perry commented on the photograph “Ditto” as well as being tagged in an image with her fiancé, Bloom.

“Wonderful weekend of being loved and celebrating love, congrats to a beautiful union @karliekloss @joshuakushner,” the actor wrote under a photograph of him wearing a Stetson hat and cowboy shirt alongside his bride-to-be.

For Kloss’ wedding last year, the Project Runway star wore a custom Dior gown with a V-neckline made of sheer lace and matching sheer lace long sleeves.

Kloss and Kushner, who is the brother of Ivanka Trump’s husband Jared, have been dating since 2012 and have shared a handful of photographs of each other on social media in recent years.

Last year, the model opened up about the couple’s decision to keep their relationship relatively private.

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“It’s not like I’ve ever wanted to be so secretive about my private life. Carolina Herrera always says, ‘A woman who’s an open book is boring’,” she told Porter magazine.

“There’s no mystery anymore. I know in my life what really matters to me. I’m not trying to hide that from the world; I just really like having a more private life. I’ve got nothing to hide, though!”

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