Well, that’s one way to steal the bride’s thunder. Brad Pitt and David Beckham dressed in their finest suits, as they attended good friend Guy Ritchie’s wedding on July 30. Their dapper good looks nearly stole all the attention from beautiful bride Jacqui Ainsley. See the pic!
Guy Ritchie, 44, tied the knot in front of a slew of movie star friends on July 30. But it was Brad Pitt, 50, and David Beckham, 40, who grabbed the spotlight in matching cream-colored suits. Their dashing good looks were perfect for the afternoon English garden wedding, where the director wed his longtime girlfriend, model Jacqui Ainsley, 33.
While the actor and his soccer superstar pal made it to the big event, their equally famous wives weren’t in attendance. Angelina Jolie is currently abroad on a charity mission, while Victoria Beckham was spotted out and about in Los Angeles. But that’s okay because it was definitely a bro event with many of Guy’s high-powered male pals in attendance. Action star Jason Statham was in attendance and he brought his lady, model/actress Rosie Huntington Whitely, while the stars of Guy’s latest film, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. — Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer — also attended the big event.
But no one could outshine Brad and David, who both looked crazy cool and handsome in their classy wedding attire. Both wore dark ties, along with white shirts under their matching cream suits. While Brad went clean-shaven, Becks maintained the scruffy beard he’s been sporting for quite some time. The Fight Club star has been pals with Guy since 2000, when he starred in the British director’s film Snatch. David has also been a longtime pal of the talented auteur.
The wedding was held at Guy’s estate, which he once shared with his ex-wife, Madonna. The outdoor garden wedding was held at Ashcombe House in the Wiltshire, England countryside under sunny skies. But what shined the most was the megastar wattage of Brad and David together in stylish matching attire.
Hollywoodlifers, who do you think looked more handsome, Brad or Becks?
— Beth Shilliday