In case you missed it, supermodel Miranda Kerr married billionaire Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel in a private ceremony in Brentwood in May, wearing a Dior Haute Couture gown inspired by Grace Kelly. (It was a dress so glorious, Vogue even covered the fitting.)
But what comes after the happily ever after? Time apart, apparently. According to Page Six, Spiegel is vacationing with his "bro buddies" on a yacht off the Italian coast and may soon set sail for Greece. Kerr, meanwhile, is...not there. Instead, she's posting to social media and, one imagines, living her landlocked life while her brand-new hubby takes to the sea.
The sailor said Brandy, you're a fine girl (you're a fine girl) / What a good wife you would be (such a fine girl) / But my life, my love, and my lady is the sea
To be fair, Kerr and Spiegel already did a more traditional honeymoon together, staying on a private island in Fiji post-wedding. And not to mention, the villa they chose reportedly rents for $60,000 a night, giving the $967,415-a-week "superyacht" Spiegel is on a run (a swim?) for its money.
Regardless, Page Six also noted recent troubles for Snap Inc., including a record-low price on the stock market as users move over to Instagram Stories. Perhaps shareholders wish Spiegel would spend a little less time yachting and a little more time, if not with Miranda, then maybe...at the office? Just a suggestion.
But whatever your business/marriage/other institutions situation may be, can we as a society decide here and now not to make post-wedding "bro" trips a thing? And if you must, at least do not document them on Instagram Stories Snapchat.
In any case, Kerr and Spiegel's wedding was quite the lavish affair. The ceremony occurred at Kerr's Los Angeles home, and a little over 40 guests were in attendance. Amid the rustic-chic decor (think farmhouse tables, benches, and blush garden roses), a pianist played "When You Wish Upon a Star" for invitees.