Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk's nuptials are just around the corner, and the loved-up couple has reportedly been spotted around the Hamptons doing last-minute preparations for their big day. They kicked off the festivities last night with an intimate rehearsal dinner, which People reveals was hosted at the Hamptons estate of Jerry Seinfeld and his cookbook author wife, Jessica.
The Seinfelds' seaside mansion, which they bought from singer Billy Joel for $32 million, boasts 12 acres of oceanfront property in Amagansett, according to Architectural Digest. The Seinfeld creator often hosts friends at the sprawling home, which has multiple pools, a baseball diamond and a 22-car garage. One thing is for sure - Gwyneth and Brad's A-list guests could enjoy a great cup of espresso after their meal, courtesy of the couple's $17,000 Elektra Belle Epoque espresso maker.
The Iron Man star, who turned 46 on Thursday, seems over the moon to have her first real wedding with the TV producer, 47, having eloped with first husband Chris Martin. "Gwyneth and Brad both look very happy," a source told People. “They spent most of the day apart. Gwyneth is very involved in the wedding set up, but at the same time seems very chilled.”
If the couple's star-studded engagement party in April is any indication, some of Hollywood's biggest names have surely descended on the Hamptons to watch the couple tie the knot this weekend. Jennifer Aniston, Cameron Diaz, Demi Moore, Ryan Murphy, Kate Hudson and more filled the Los Angeles Theatre to toast the happy couple, who are shaping up to have the Hollywood wedding of the year. Three people who are sure to be on hand when Gwyneth and Brad say "I do" are her ex-husband Chris Martin and their two children, Apple, 14, and 12-year-old Moses.
While speaking to Good Morning America in May, Gwyneth gushed about how excited her kids are to welcome Brad into their lives: "It's a very happy time, I have to say. I'm super lucky in that I have these incredible relationships in my life. To feel that love and support from our community is really, really special. It just makes me cry every time."