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Meet The Sprouses! Dylan And Barbara Get Married, Share First Pics From Intimate Ceremony

Dylan Sprouse and Barbara Palvin got married in Hungary over the weekend and took to social media to share pictures from their wedding.





Dylan Sprouse and Barbara Palvin share wedding pics
Dylan Sprouse and Barbara Palvin share wedding pics. (Image: Instagram)

ONE of the most popular Hollywood couples, Dylan Sprouse and Barbara Palvin got married in an intimate wedding ceremony in Hungary after dating for 5 years. The duo’s wedding pictures were shared by Vogue magazine on Wednesday.

Dylan and Barbara got married at her parent’s home in her birth country, Hungary. While Dylan’s twin brother Cole Sprouse was the best man at the wedding, his girlfriend Ari Fournier was one of Barbara’s bridesmaids. 

Speaking about the weekend of their wedding festivities, Barbara told Vogue, “This past weekend was supposed to be an intimate event, but we ended up having 115 guests in the end because there are a lot of people we care about, and we wanted them all to be there.”

Several fans took to the comments section of the pictures to react to the images. One user wrote, “That’s how Barbie got her Ken and they lived happily ever after.” Another comment read, “I absolutely love Barbi how you kept so down to earth and how important your roots are for you. For someone who is also living in the US as a Hungarian this truly warmed my heart.”

Reportedly, Barbara and Dylan are planning to have a grand wedding ceremony in California this fall. 

Last month, the couple confirmed the engagement after Barbara was spotted wearing a ring during her outings. In an interview with V magazine, Dylan and Barbara said that they had actually gotten engaged in September 2022. “We didn’t necessarily feel the need to be fully transparent with the public about that aspect of our engagement.” Barbara added, “We just want to do it on our time.”

Speaking about their wedding plans at the time, Barbara said, “I’m excited to show that side of me and introduce my culture, the places I grew up, and the places I went to. I know there was no way we would have not had a wedding in Hungary because my parents would have killed me.”

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