Hey, you guuuys! The Goonies star Corey Feldman is married! It was just revealed that the '80s child star whose resume totes tons of nostalgic titles like The Fox and the Hound, Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter, Stand by Me, The Lost Boys, and Gremlins married his girlfriend Courtney Anne just days after announcing their engagement.
The actor revealed the news to TooFab on Tuesday, November 22, while at his wedding reception. Feldman, 45, and his bride, 27, exchanged vows in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace, the site reports — they were already in the city celebrating their joint bachelor-bachelorette party with friends.
The actor gave some inkling via Twitter that something special was going down yesterday morning: "Happy 222 Day #EVERYBODY I Hav a feeling 2DAY is gonna B super special! ✌🏼️❤️😇🙏🏼"
Later in the evening, Feldman tweeted again "C.....I told U all 2Day would b a special 1! #StayTuned #More2Come" with a link to the TooFab article.
Feldman popped the question to his love while the couple was vacationing at Palm Springs' Two Bunch Palms Resort celebrating their fourth anniversary, People reports. But in lieu of getting down on knee with a diamond ring, Feldman went with a proposal more akin to his '80s middle school characters.
"I was of course a bit nervous, as any man will admit, you never truly know what a woman is thinking. So as much as I assumed she would be happy and say 'yes,' there's always that insecure part of my brain that regresses immediately to my childhood and thought maybe not," the actor explained. "So I kinda chickened out and did a written proposal by writing a note with two check boxes — one for yes and the other for no," Feldman recounted. Anyone remember those stuffed in your locker? "Of course there was a ring in there with the note," Feldman clarified. Phew! You had us nervous there for a second, Feldman...
Which box did Feldman's sweetheart end up checking, you ask? "Luckily she said 'yes!'" he said. "She was very surprised, excited, and started crying. She was surprised because we had both been so anti-marriage since we met." So after four years together, what caused their change of heart? The United States' new president-elect.
"Seeing as she's Canadian and with [Donald] Trump coming in, we didn't want to risk being separated by new immigration laws," Feldman explained. "We both know that we make a good team, and don't want to be separated for any reason. So this is the best decision to protect our relationship."
After news of their engagement broke, the star gave some hint as to their quick walk down the aisle. "We are planning a small, secret wedding just for family, very soon," he divulged. "We will likely have a big public wedding for friends and media to attend within a year." Looks like that happened sooner rather than later!
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