The plantation where Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively got married has issued a statement now that the famous couple has voiced regret about tying the knot in a venue where slavery took place. Their selected venue – the more than 330-year-old Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens in Mt. Nine cabins and other antebellum relics are displayed, which is a fact that some critics have a problem with considering Boone Hall hosts special events and weddings. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPAnd now Reynolds, 43 and Lively, 32, have reportedly reflected on that criticism. "It's impossible to reconcile.”The couple originally got married at Boone Hall in 2012 but privately remarried a few years later in their home, he told the outlet.
Source: Fox News August 06, 2020 00:22 UTC