Emily Blunt Has One Regret About Her Wedding Day To John Krasinski

Olivia Blair

March 13, 2020

Article taken from ELLE.

Though Emily Blunt and John Krasinski’s relationship seems so perfect that we can’t imagine there’s a slice of regret within that Hollywood dream couple, it turns out there is.

The Marry Poppins Returns star appeared on James Cordon’s Late Late Show this week where she discussed her 2010 wedding day to the Office actor and spoke about how if she could do it all again, there’s one thing she would do differently.

‘I got a bad spray tan and I would probably change that,’ Blunt admitted. ‘I look at the pictures and it just has an orange hue that is unnatural to normal skin colour.

‘It was a do-it-yourself spray tan, I was on a budget on my wedding day – I don’t know why – it was a bit patchy. It stinks and it was a very hot day so if you sweat and you have a spray tan… wearing white, just seeping orange. Oh, it was terrible… yeah, it was bad.’

We can relate.

The couple, who will be celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary in July, married in a lavish outdoor ceremony in Como, Italy attended by George Clooney two years after becoming engaged.

They have since gone on to welcome two children together, daughters Hazel and Violet, and also work together in the horror film series A Quiet Place, which Krasinski directed.

When she was awarded her 2019 SAG Award for her performance in the film, Blunt dedicated the gong to her husband in an emotional speech centred on collaborating together on the project, telling the audience: ‘I am going to share this completely with my husband, John Krasinski, because the entire experience of doing this with you has completely pierced my heart directly.

‘You are a stunning filmmaker. I’m so lucky to be with you and to have done this film with you. Thank you for giving me the part. You would have been in major trouble if you hadn’t.’

Though the couple made a red carpet appearance – with Blunt stunning in a red Alexander McQueen dress – at a New York City premiere for the sequel earlier this week, the film’s release was postponed at the 11th hour due to the global Coronavirus pandemic.

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