It was also speculated that the party was meant to be the couple's wedding, but it appeared to be about their engagement.
The Iron Man star and TV producer Brad announced their engagement in January (18) and on Saturday (14Apr18) they celebrated their impending nuptials at an engagement party at The Los Angles Theatre, hosted by Falchuk's producing partner, Ryan.
'@giambattistavalliparis I will never get over my gorgeous dress. Jennifer Aniston, Cameron Diaz and her husband Benji Madden, Julia Roberts and her husband Danny Moder, Demi Moore, Reese Witherspoon, Steven Spielberg, Liv Tyler and Kate Hudson were all in attendance.
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'Thank you to all of our fantastic true and dear friends who came to support us'.
People magazine reports Gwyneth was a knockout in a maroon, one-shouldered gown with a slit up to there.
Cameron Diaz, who seemingly missed Paltrow's bachelorette party days earlier, showed her support for the couple in a sparkly red jumpsuit, which she paired with a matching cherry lip and diamond drop earrings.
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Sport and Recreation Minister Grant Robertson says the Games were the most successful we've had outside of the two we've hosted. England's John Smith and Simon Lawson finished over a minute later to claim the silver and bronze.
Paltrow's mom, Blythe Danner, carried a designer bridal dress bag, giving one of the major clues that her daughter might actually be getting married at the venue.
Having eloped with Chris, Gwyneth says she is treating this wedding as her first and is pulling out all the traditional stops.
Gwyneth is divorced from Coldplay singer Chris Martin, 41, the father of her two children, Apple, 13, and Moses, 12.
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