I just got my People magazine with all the latest details and photos of Brit and Kev's wedding. There are many fine, fine tidbits about this pairing, including the fact that technically (though not in their hearts!) they are not really, totally, completely married yet because they have not signed the wedding certificate. Details, details. Their LOVE is what matters.
My favorite pictures in the article include the one of all the groomsmen in sweatsuits with the words "Pimp" on the back. Kev's father and step-father had "Pimp Daddy" on the back of theirs. Class! May I point out that Kev's father has a mullet.
Brit has dyed her hair brown. She needed to brush it at the wedding. It looked grungy with too much product. Kev cried his way through the wedding. Probably because he is one lucky son-of-a-bitch.
Here is more from the article:
Britney's Big Day
Happy tears and talk of babies: Britney Spears and Kevin Federline open up about their surprise nuptials
Some 40 hours after their top secret Sept. 18 ceremony in Studio City, Calif., newlyweds Britney Spears and Kevin Federline are acting like, well, blissed-out newlyweds: Gazing into each other's eyes. Locking bare toes. Exchanging "Oh babys" and "I love yous." So it's safe to say they're feeling pretty good? "Awesome. Elated," says Spears, lounging with her new husband near the hot tub in the presidential suite of the Hotel Bel-Air. Tying the knot "couldn't have been better," says Federline. Adds Spears: "I'm just kind of happy that we pulled off the whole thing."
Are They Legally Wed?
This was not the way it was supposed to happen – as anyone who received one of 100 invitations to the couple's Oct. 16 wedding can vouch. But three weeks ago, amid growing paparazzi attention and mounting stress, Spears, 22, and Federline, 26, scrapped their original plans for a lavish to-do at Santa Barbara's Bacara resort in favor of a ceremony for just 27 friends and relatives – all of whom were kept in the dark until minutes before the ceremony. (Moving up the date prevented the couple from filing their marriage license prior to the wedding.)
"I just thought it would be too much if we had done it when we were supposed to," says Spears. "It became this huge thing and I was like, 'What are we waiting for? We know this is the real thing, why not just do it now?' That's why I wanted to sneak and do it our little way."