Seth Rogen - Seth Rogen Marries

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Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller have married in California.

The couple - who started dating in 2004 - tied the knot in a Jewish ceremony officiated by a female rabbi at Kunde Estate in Sonoma in front of friends including Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, The Office's Craig Robinson, 'Knocked Up' director Judd Apatow and his wife Leslie Mann.

Speaking about the three-day Celebration, a source told Us Weekly magazine: "The wedding was more laughs than anything else. Every other line was a joke and the crowd couldn't contain their laughter. It was non-stop fun!"

Seth has previously revealed he had no idea what to expect from the ceremony as he had left all of the planning up to Lauren because she has always wanted to get married.

He said: "I'm around for it. My girlfriend has a very vested interest. I think she's been planning this for years. I'm the last piece of the puzzle. I'm excited. It's going to be lovely."

While the wedding was a romantic affair the proposal wasn't as Seth, 29, was so nervous after he bought the engagement ring he popped the question almost immediately after buying it, while Lauren was still getting dressed.

He explained: "She was in our closet changing, and she was literally only in her underpants, and her boobs were out. I'd already kind of started, and I was like 'Oh man, her boobs are out! That's not part of the plan!' I didn't picture it like this, and I know she didn't picture it like this. No little girl is like, 'It'll happen in a closet with my t**s out.' "


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