LeBlanc Says 'Aloha' to Bachelorhood
Matt LeBlanc lei'd it all on the line for his love on Saturday.
The "Friends" star, 35, wed his longtime fiancee Melissa McKnight, a former model who is believed to be in her late 30s, on Saturday in an all-star cliffside wedding on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, according to the TV show "Extra."
The couple has been engaged since 1998, and she has two children from a previous relationship.
The sunset ceremony took place at a private, 12-acre enclave overlooking the exclusive Anini Beach. LeBlanc was outfitted in a dark suit accented with a white lei, while his bride wore a long white gown, reports the program.
The guest list looked just like a casting call for LeBlanc's show: Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow and David Schwimmer were all there. In addition, there were Aniston's husband, Brad Pitt, and Cox's husband, David Arquette.
Fellow "Friend" Matthew Perry opened this weekend in a London West End stage production of David Mamet's "Sexual Perversity in Chicago" (costarring Minnie Driver), so he was not at the wedding, note British press reports.
The reception took place in a tent on the property, "Extra" said, with several guests also sporting Hawaiian shirts and leis.
It is believed the newlyweds will spend several days honeymooning on Kauai.