Chris Pratt Loves Being Married 2 Months After Tying The Knot With Katherine Schwarzenegger
According to a report from People.com, Chris Pratt is loving his recent marriage to Katherine Schwarzenegger. The pair have been married for two months so far, and the star said to Entertainment Tonight over the weekend that he was a "lucky" guy.
While at the D23 Expo on Saturday, the Guardians Of The Galaxy alum dished on his marital bliss. "God is good, I feel really good, really blessed, everything is great." The 40-year-old star of Onward also revealed to Extra Magazine that he and the 29-year-old, Katherine feel like they're still on their honeymoon.
Married on the 8th of June while at the San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, California, following one year of romance, the pair took an airplane to Hawaii for vacation approximately two weeks after. A spectator who spoke with People and said their love was palpable.
As for how Katherine feels about their marriage, sources claim the 29-year-old has been riding the marital high ever since they chose to tie the knot. They've been spotted hanging out in public as well including at Mastro's Ocean Club in Malibu, and she also spent time with Pratt's 7-year-old child.
Back in January, the lifestyle blogger and Guardians of the Galaxy alum were engaged after meeting the previous year in church. Pratt confirmed to the outlet that "there's a lot of kismet, a lot of connection, but that is where we met."
Insiders have described religion and faith as a crucial factor in their ability to tie their bond so tight. Pratt said he really loved the way in which Katherine was committed to spirituality. Furthermore, family values are crucial for both of them, in addition to their faith.
Regarding what's next on their agenda, now that they've tied the knot, they're gearing up to have children together. They want to do so sooner rather than later.
As fans of Chris know, he was formerly married to Anna Faris, however, rumors of infidelity between Chris and Jennifer Lawrence spread like wildfire on social media. Later on, sources who spoke with multiple outlets claimed that professional jealousy was the culprit.