During A Non-Traditional Ceremony, Jack Gleeson And Róisn O'Mahony Were Wed

During A Non-Traditional Ceremony, Jack Gleeson And Róisn O'Mahony Were Wed
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In a modest formal ceremony in Ireland, Jack Gleeson, who portrayed King Joffrey on "Game of Thrones," wed lover Róisn O'Mahony. The couple's priest shared the excellent news on Twitter and described their wedding as "simple, spiritual, and respectful."

Father Patsy Lynch shared images from the couple's church wedding, showcasing the modest church where they spoke their words. Gleeson wore a green button-down and navy cardigan, and his bride chose a sundress with a brightly colored design. The couples intentionally kept it simple.

Congrats to the happy couple! Viewers of the popular HBO series also remarked on Gleeson's apparent sharp contrast to the villain he portrayed in the program.

He seems pretty healthy. Entirely distinct from the role he performed in Game of Thrones. One user commented, "Beautiful couple!" Lynch responded, describing the 30-year-old actor as "a very down-to-earth, simple, and easygoing guy."

Lynch replied to a fan who remarked on the "beautiful wedding" and the pictures, "It was a great occasion. Everyone seemed so at ease. There are so many emotions about this great day that I will cherish.

Before his character was murdered in 2014, Gleeson was featured in the Emmy-winning show from 2011 to that point. He made the decision to take a sabbatical from acting after portraying one of the most despised characters ever created. 2014 saw him admit to EW, "I just started noticing it the way I used to." Not because I dislike it; it's just not what I'd like to do.

He made his television debut again on "Out of Her Mind" after a six-year absence, and he will next be seen with Liam Neeson in "The Land of Saints and Sinners."

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