Jamie Lee Curtis doesn’t solely do blockbuster horror movies, pink carpets, and chick flicks, she additionally does weddings.
The 63-year-old actress was all smiles throughout her daughter’s nuptials, which she officiated herself.
The doting mother watched on as her daughter Ruby Visitor — who got here out as transgender in 2020 — and companion Kynthia stated “I do” in a cosplay ceremony.
To make issues extra particular, the marriage ceremony was held within the “Halloween Kills” star’s yard.
Curtis couldn’t cease gushing over the newlyweds as she shared a string of pictures on Instagram.
Alongside a candy snap of her posing subsequent to the joyful couple, Curtis wrote, “WIFE IS SWEET! Ruby and Kynthia,” including the marriage date: “5/29/2022.”
The trio rocked elaborate costumes for the momentous event, as all visitors have been inspired to decorate up within the “World of Warcraft” theme.
In a follow-up submit, Curtis shared one other snap of the pair on the ceremony, writing, “YES THEY DO AND DID! MARRIED!”
In her last marriage ceremony submit, the actress shared a photograph of her holding a knife subsequent to a rainbow balloon show.
“YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS UP!” she wrote alongside the picture. “The ONLY factor left over on the finish of this whole BEAUTIFUL marriage ceremony, after every part was taken away was this f–ing BUTCHER KNIFE they minimize the tiramisu marriage ceremony cake with! WIFE IS SWEET!”
Curtis and her husband, Christopher Visitor — whom she wed in 1984 — additionally share 35-year-old daughter Annie, who bought married in 2019.
In October, the actress opened up about how she’s adjusted to Ruby transitioning.
The actress admitted that “studying new terminology and phrases” has been a problem at occasions, however she is decided to place within the work for Ruby.
“It’s talking a brand new language,” she instructed Individuals on the time. “I’m new at it. I’m not somebody who’s pretending to know a lot about it. And I’m going to blow it, I’m going to make errors. I wish to attempt to keep away from making massive errors.”