TORONTO — Gay stars Jodie Foster and Matt Bomer have married their respective partners.
Foster, 51, tied the knot this past weekend with photographer and actress Alexandra Hedison after about a year together.
A rep for Foster confirmed the news Wednesday but did not provide details.
In 2008, Foster ended a 20-year relationship with Cydney Bernard, with whom she has sons Charles, 15, and Kit, 12.
Hedison, 44, had a three-year relationship with Ellen DeGeneres that ended in 2004.
According to the new issue of Details, Bomer married his longtime partner, Hollywood publicist Simon Halls, in 2011.
It is not known why the actor waited three years to confirm the nuptials.
Bomer, 36, and Halls are parents to son Kit, 8, and six-year-old twin Henry and Walker.
Bomer stars in the TV series White Collar and has appeared in movies like Magic Mike.
Earlier this month, designer and director Tom Ford revealed he married his partner of nearly three decades, Richard Buckley. The couple, who welcomed son Alexander in 2012, did not say when the ceremony took place.
Former Who’s The Boss star Danny Pintauro tied the knot with Will Tabares on April 3.
Singer Elton John and partner David Furnish plan to marry in May. The men, who have been together for more than 20 years, have two sons — Elijah, 3, and Zachary, 16 months.