Chris Evans and his new wife, Alba Baptista, will say “I do” for the second time.
After Page Six exclusively reported that the couple tied the knot in the Marvel actor’s hometown of Boston, we also learned that they were having a second wedding in Europe.
“There’s going to be a second gathering in Portugal for Alba’s family members who couldn’t be in Ma*sachusetts,” a source exclusively told us. “This week, I think. Then they will leave Portugal for their honeymoon.
Representatives for both actors did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
News of their second nuptials comes days after Evans, 42, and Baptista, 26, tied the knot in an intimate ceremony at their Boston-area home.
Page Six has learned that the “Captain America: Civil War” star and the “Warrior Nun” actress invited their closest family and friends to the “beautiful” ceremony.
An insider told us the nuptials were “tightly sealed” and attendees had to sign NDAs and hand over their cell phones.
Several of Evans’ Marvel co-stars attended the nuptials, including Jeremy Renner, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson and Chris Hemsworth.
Stars Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Bryan Greenberg and Jamie Chung were also in attendance.
In addition to the main wedding, sources told People Monday that the newlyweds and their guests gathered at a private estate in Cape Cod, Ma*sachusetts, over the weekend.
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The “Knives Out” actor and Baptista first sparked romance rumors in November 2022, when People reported that the couple had been dating “for over a year.”
Hours after the news broke, Evans and the Portuguese actress were spotted holding hands while taking a walk in New York’s Central Park.
In February 2023, the actor made their romance Instagram official for Valentine’s Day, sharing a series of PDA-filled photos on his Instagram Story, where they enjoyed a waterfall hike, apple picking, and skiing together .
Last November, Evans was open about wanting to settle down, telling People he was ready to have a wife and kids.
“These things are the most important,” he told the magazine. “I love the idea of tradition and ceremony, I’ve had a lot of that in my life so the idea of creating that, I can’t think of anything better.”