Matt Bellamy shares photos from his wedding to Elle Evans with Muse bandmates as groomsmen

The couple tied the knot at the weekend

Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has married his fiancee Elle Evans – and has shared more photos from the ceremony with his bandmates as his groomsmen.

Bellamy took to Instagram to announce that the couple were now “Mr & Mrs Bellamy” on Instagram over the weekend with a picture of the pair at their wedding. You can view the post below.

He has also shared a photo with his Muse bandmates Dom Howard and Chris Wolstenholme who were his groomsmen, as well as his young son Bing as ring bearer and the band’s longtime media manager and collaborator Tom Kirk who acted as best man.


“Big thanks to these legendary groomsmen (and Bing the ring bearer),” wrote Bellamy, sharing the image. “This was taken five mins pre ceremony. An extra special thanks to @nowherethomas for the best best man speech of all time, somehow persuading @marcusweston78 to don a 90s shell-suit (my completely out of touch clothing style debuting on guitar in the grunge band Gothic Plague mid 90s) and underneath a white bikini and a little lamb(!) doing his best @elloelleimpersonation from the blurred lines video.”

The couple tied the knot over a year and a half after they got engaged in December 2017.

Bellamy was previously engaged to actress Kate Hudson before the couple called off their relationship in 2014. They share a son, Bingham.

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Mr. & Mrs. Bellamy 💕😊💕

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Elle had previously starred in his band’s video for ‘Mercy’, and before that she was one of the models alongside Emily Ratajkowski in Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’ video in 2013.

Meanwhile, Muse are set to hit the road again in the UK bringing their acclaimed ‘Simulation Theory’ album world tour to London and Birmingham in September.

Full dates so far are below:

Saturday September 14 – London, The O2
Sunday September 15 – London, The O2
Tuesday September 17 – Birmingham Arena

Reviewing the band’s recent live show from London Stadium, NME wrote: “It feels more like musical theatre on a blockbuster scale than a standard stadium gig. The Greatest Showman reimagined by James Cameron.”

“What is happening? We don’t even know what’s real any more. The singularity is complete. Who else could do that but Muse? As London Stadium howls along to the fist-pumping closer of ‘Knights Of Cydonia’, everyone’s all a little lost in this otherworldly circus of the balls-out bombastic and the shamelessly epic. Now, back to reality…”


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