June 16, 2010\
After more than eight years together, Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart have tied the knot, their reps confirm to PEOPLE.\
Ford surprised Flockhart with a Valentine''s Day wedding proposal in 2009. They were married Tuesday in Santa Fe, N.M., where the actor is filming Cowboys and Aliens.\
Ford, 67, and Flockhart, 45, began dating after meeting at the 2002 Golden Globes. They both have been raising Flockhart''s 9-year-old son, Liam, whom she adopted in 2001.\
This is the third marriage for Ford, who also has four older children, and the first for Flockhart.
A 22 year age difference is definitely a lot.\
And hopefully Ford was smart enough to get a pre-nup, because he has a lot more money than her.
Is she his beard?
A very scraggly one.
she has to be one of the most annoying actresses ever.
I''m jealous. She''s probably leading a pretty damn good life after hooking up with him.
He was hottest circa Working Girl.
I tend to completely forget they''re a couple till I''m reminded every now and then with news like this. Which is a good thing since there are so few low key couples in Hollywood. Not that this means this marriage will last.
Is she pregnant?
I congratulate them. They make a nice couple.
Maybe he''s ill and this was a strategic estate-planning move.\
He does have an ex-wife and grown children, so Calista could use the legal acknowledgment to protect her interests.
He had probably just smoked a copious amount of pot when Calista suggested getting married.\
"Sure, maaaaaan, why not? I''m feeling mellow."
"Is she pregnant?"\
It may look that way, but she had a grape for lunch.
Can you imagine the Cannabis cloud over that ceremony?
Divorce within two years.
You may be right, R24. Couples who live together before they get married have a higher rate of divorce.
Calista looks fabulous (gained a little weight and actually has a figure). Harrison looks old.
i don't have much respect for guys who marry over and over again. kinda cheesy. what happened to respecting your vows and sticking it out? instead of finding a younger woman and starting over, and over.
Well, they've been together for a long time now.
She's two months shy of 50 and they're raising a teenager together. It's not like he's running around with a 25 year old.
R32, they've been together over a decade.
She looks good. I wonder what she sees in him.
Ye$, R36, I wonder what $he $ee$ in him a$ well.
Harrison Ford gets a lifetime pass for all those shirtless scenes in INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM.
I've heard he's quite prick, so maybe I'm biased against him r32. you make a good point. I've loved him in many films.
R39, straight white men never, ever, have to give a crap about anyone other than themselves.
[quote]i don't have much respect for guys who marry over and over again. kinda cheesy. what happened to respecting your vows and sticking it out? instead of finding a younger woman and starting over, and over.
He's had 3 long-term relationships spanning 50 years. We're not talking Kim Kardashian here.
it's the fact that they were marriages, not LTRs. three marriages is a lot, in my opinion. maybe I'm just too old-fashioned.
She's almost 50??
I was watching the Birdcage last night. She had such a teeny tiny body and a complete baby-face.
Calista' s not exactly hurting for her own money. She's was well paid for BROTHERS & SISTERS. And she was the star of ALLY MCBEAL, one of the most phenomenally successful (if now utterly forgotten) shows of the 1990s.
R42, you're ridiculous. Monogamy is unrealistic. It's not part of human nature. Being married three times is no big deal (although, if you ask me, getting married at all is not worth it). It's not sacred.
hey, i'm not looking to get married, either, r45, it's for chumps.
I don't mind being ridiculous. what's the point of marriage if it's a temporary state.
Brad Falchuk is brilliant. she'd be lucky to hold his interest. he's not a downgrade at all.
Of course she has money but he has a lot, lot more.
How many of the "married three times is no big deal" people were on those Kate Winslet threads calling her a slut for her three marriages?
[quote]what happened to respecting your vows and sticking it out?
my god, so many fraus in this thread.
Anyway, so they got pre-divorce. Congrats. I give it two or three years.
Ca-clit-a. Never could stand that smug bitch.
Hope she gets fucked
"Shows off [his]/[her] trim body" tends to be used for former fatties. Flockhart has ALWAYS looked like this. Of course, it makes her look Jodie Foster-scrawny and shrimpy.
Do they still live across from Walker Tower in Chelsea?
[quote]Hope she gets fucked
Years ago a reporter asked a bunch of Hollywood actresses who was the worst kisser in the business. Harrison Ford was the landslide winner. The guy has no sensuality. Ever since then, I figure any woman who puts up with that has earned any money she gets.
R53, it's the DM. They are always full of shit. That said, she looks great and not so anorexic.
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