Shameless star Jeremy Allen White and fiancee Addison Timlin officially tied the knot over the weekend. The ceremony was at the Beverly Hills court house with a small group of friends and family in attendance. Among those was Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin and his girlfriend Dakota Johnson. The two served as witnesses for their close friends, White and Timlin.
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Timlin posted about the big day in a couple of Instagram photos. In the first one, she shared a photo of her in a white dress with White in a button-up tucked into blue dress pants, and their one-year-old daughter, Ezer, who was born in October of last year. She captioned it, “The big day.”
Actress Julie Gonzao wrote, “Awww congratulations to you three.... love you.” Actor Joe Pantoliano said, “Congrats Kid!!! So happy for you new family!” A fan wrote, “I’m not crying, YOU’RE crying,” with another adding, “Put this pic on a shirt for me pls.”
She also shared a photo of her and White at the courthouse. In it, they’re wearing matching jean jackets. The back of hers says “Til” and his reads “Death.” Both have a heart with an arrow through it and the words, “Buddy & Billie.” Fans and friends were equally as elated in the comments of that post.
“Congratulations,” White’s Shameless co-star Julia Garner said, along with four heart emojis. Another Shameless co-star, Emma Kenney, commented, “So happy for you guys. I love your love.” Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s daughter Rumer added, “Congrats you beautiful souls.”
White and Timlin first started dating in 2016. They originally met on the set of the 2008 film, Afterschool. They got engaged in April of this year.
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White has played the role of Phillip "Lip" Gallagher on Shameless since 2011. The 10th season of the series will debut on Showtime on November 10. Co-creator John Wells said in 2017 there was no end in sight for the show.
We can write it forever, because things are going to keep happening to them," Wells explained at the time. "I suspect on this show, we’re much more likely to just walk away on a Tuesday and let the audience feel like the Gallaghers are out there and doing okay, rather than some calamitous event — the hospital’s closing! The war is over! The president is leaving office! This is really just a story about a family’s life, and going through whatever struggles they’re going through.”