Taking a look back at some of the most lavish celebrity nuptials (or the most surprising elopements) throughout the years.
In one of the most high-profile weddings of the 20th century, Jacqueline Onassis and former President John F. Kennedy were married on September 12, 1953 in St. Mary’s Church. They were married until Kennedy's assassination in 1963.
Breakfast at Tiffany's actress Audrey Hepburn wed actor Mel Ferrer in a secret wedding on September 25, 1954 in Switzerland. They had one son, Sean Hepburn Ferrer, and divorced in 1968 after more than a decade of marriage.
Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier III of Monaco in a widely publicized two-day event that took place on April 18 aboard the SS Constitution, with a civil ceremony taking place the day after. The royal couple had three children and remained married until Kelly's death in 1982.
Elizabeth Taylor married her second husband, Mike Todd, after divorcing Michael Wilding. The couple got married in Mexico and had one daughter together, but in 1958, Todd was tragically killed in a plane crash.
Hollywood siren and the mother of Isabella Rossellini, Ingrid Bergman married her third husband, Lars Schmidt in 1958. The couple stayed together for nearly two decades before divorcing in 1975.
Elizabeth Taylor was still coping with the death of her third husband, Mike Todd, when she found herself in the arms of actor Eddie Fisher, who was married at the time to her longtime friend Debbie Reynolds. Taylor and Fisher married in 1959 and divorced in 1964.
Actor Marlon Brando wed Movita Castaneda in 1960 after they met in the 1950s. They starred in Mutiny on the Bounty together and had two children, Miko Castaneda Brando and Rebecca Brando. They parted ways in 1962.
Martha Stewart married then-Yale Law student Andrew Stewart in 1961. Martha wore a dress that she designed herself with her mother. They had one daughter together named Alexis, but the couple eventually separated in 1987.
Beatles legend John Lennon met Cynthia Powell in art school in 1957. Powell got pregnant and they married in 1962, but Powell had to pretend that she wasn't married to her own husband in order to keep up his image for the band. Powell filed for divorce in 1966, with Lennon leaving Powell for Yoko Ono.
Elliott Gould was the leading man in a musical and was singing opposite actresses for a new play when Barbra Streisand walked in. Gould was immediately smitten and the pair got married in 1963. They had a son named Jason, but their marriage dissolved in 1971.
Elizabeth Taylor was married eight times and two of them were to Richard Burton. The two met on the set of the 1963 film Cleopatra, and they divorced their previous spouses to marry each other. They split in 1974 and remarried in 1975, only to divorce again a year later.
Larry King, one of the founders of World Team Tennis, met Billie Jean in 1963 and they married in 1965 in Long Beach, California. Billie confessed to having a "lesbian affair" in 1981 but Larry apparently didn't mind his wife being unfaithful. They ended up divorcing in 1987.
Actress Mia Farrow married Frank Sinatra when she was 21 and he was 50 in Las Vegas in 1966. Two years later, Sinatra handed her divorce papers when she was on the set of Rosemary’s Baby.
Priscilla Wagner first met Elvis Presley in 1959 when she was 14 years old. The two stayed in contact and eventually dated, getting married on May 1, 1967 in Las Vegas. The couple had one child together, Lisa Marie, and eventually divorced in 1972 because Priscilla had fallen in love with her karate instructor.
June Carter and Johnny Cash often performed country duets together. In 1968, Cash proposed to Carter during a live performance at the London Ice House in Ontario. The wedding took place on March 1, 1968 and they stayed married until her death in May 2003.
John Lennon met Yoko Ono in 1966, when he was still married to his first wife Cynthia. After his divorce was finalized, Lennon and Ono married in 1969 in a 10-minute ceremony at the British Consulate office. They have one child together, Sean Lennon, and remained married until Lennon's death in 1973.
David Bowie met Angelina Barnett in 1969 when Barnett was 19. They were married on March 20, 1970 and had one son together, Duncan. Angie was responsible for helping Bowie conceptualize his outfits and image during his "Ziggy Stardust" phase. They divorced in 1980 after nine years of marriage.
Rock's glamour couple, Rolling Stone frontman Mick Jagger married Bianca Pérez-Mora Macias in 1971 when she was already four months pregnant. They were married in a Roman Catholic ceremony and word got out about the wedding, leading over 100 photographers and reporters to swarm the scene. They had one child together named Jade, and Bianca filed for divorce in 1978, reportedly because Jagger had been unfaithful.
Birgitte Eva Henriksen married Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester on 8 July 1972 at St. Andrew's Church in Northamptonshire. Birgitte wore a dress designed by Norman Hartnell. Six weeks after their wedding, Prince Richard's older brother was killed, making him heir apparent. The couple have three children together: Alexander, Davina, and Rose.
Charlie's Angels star Farrah Fawcett wed Lee Majors in 1973 and they were married for nine years before separating in 1982. After almost two decades of silence, the pair reconnected shortly before Fawcett's death in 2009.
Socialite Peggy Lipton married musician and producer Quincy Jones in 1974. The couple had two daughters together, Rashida and Kidada Jones, before parting ways in 1990.
The former president and first lady met at the library at Yale Law School. "I noticed that he kept looking over at me," Hillary said. "I said 'If you're going to keep looking at me, and I'm going to keep looking back, we might as well be introduced. I'm Hillary Rodham," she said. They were married in Arkansas on October 11, 1975 and have one daughter together, Chelsea.
Elizabeth Taylor married her sixth husband John Warner on December 4, 1976. Warner was a Republican politician from Virginia and Taylor helped him during his campaign. The two eventually divorced in November 1982.
Meryl Streep's marriage to Don Gummer has withstood the test of time, lasting just as long as her own career. The couple married in September 1978 after Streep's former partner, John Cazales died from bone cancer. Streep and Gummer have been married for almost four decades and have four children together.
Eric Clapton married his best friend George Harrison's ex-wife, Pattie Boyd. Clapton and Boyd tied the knot on March 27, 1979 although the marriage didn't last. Clapton's infidelity caused them to divorce on 1988.
Actor Mel Gibson met Robyn Moore when Moore was a dental nurse in the 1970s. They were married on June 7, 1980 in a Catholic ceremony in Australia. They pair went on to have seven children together but Moore filed for divorce on April 13, 2009, shortly after Gibson was arrested for drunk driving in Malibu.
Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles were married on WednesdayJuly 29, 1981 at St. Paul's Cathedral, in London. The traditional Church of England wedding was watched by over 750 million people worldwide. Diana wore a custom wedding gown and the couple opted to exclude "to obey" from the vows, causing a ruckus at the time.
Black Sabbath rocker Ozzy Osbourne married Sharon Arden on July 4,1982 and had three children with her: Kelly, Jack, and Aimee. The couple briefly split in 2016 amid rumors that Ozzy had been unfaithful, but they recently patched things up and renewed their wedding vows for their 35th anniversary.
Late actress Carrie Fisher married singer Paul Simon in August 1983, only to get quickly divorced the next summer due to issues with substance abuse. The relationship between the two was turbulent, and they continued to date on-and-off after their divorce.
Singer Janet Jackson eloped with childhood friend and R&B singer James DeBarge in 1984, but the marriage was annulled in 1985. Since they parted ways, DeBarge has claimed that he and Jackson have a secret daughter together.