She married on screen with great fanfare in romcom Love Actually - but Keira Knightley's real-life nuptials were a much more laid-back affair, judging by photographs published in the Daily Mail.
The actress, 28, is believed to have married musician boyfriend James Righton in a small town-hall ceremony in the south of France, with just a handful of friends and relatives present.
Knightley, who first found fame in Bend it Like Beckham and has since appeared in the Pirates of the Caribbean films as well as Pride and Prejudice, Anna Karenina and Atonement, wore a short strapless off-white dress with a tulle skirt and a jacket said to be by Chanel.
Her new husband, the keyboardist in indie rock band Klaxons, wore a dark blue suit and a pale blue skinny tie for the occasion.
Both wore sunglasses while Knightly - the face of Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle perfume - also had a garland of flowers around her head.
The Achievement in Costume Design Oscar was Jacqueline Durran's first win, although she's been nominated twice before - in 2006 for Pride and Prejudice and in 2008 for Atonement.
Coincidentally, all three of her nominated films have been directed by Joe Wright and starred Keira Knightly.
Durran's period costumes for Anna Karenina also took home awards at last week's Costume Designer Guild Awards and the BAFTAs earlier this month.
Although the film was set in the 1870s, Durran consulted the elaborate 1950s-era couture gowns of Christian Dior and Christobal Balenciaga for inspiration, and was largely favoured by the fashion industry to take home Oscar night's top costume prize.
A Chanel advert featuring Keira Knightley has been banned during children's programming because of its "sexually suggestive material".
The television campaign for the perfume Coco Mademoiselle showed Knightley being photographed on a bed and the photographer unzipping her clothes before she was shown dressed only in a bed sheet and crawling towards him.
Although it was cleared without a scheduling restriction, a viewer saw the advert during the children's film Ice Age 2, and complained that it was unsuitable.
Chanel said the ad appeared during the day, and Ice Age 2 was chosen because it included sharp humour and involved recognised celebrities as voice actors which gave it an appeal to adults.