Kristen Bell Shares Photos From Her Wedding to Dax Shepard For The First Time

Kristen Bell Shares Photos From Her Wedding to Dax Shepard For The First Time

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something black.Kristen Bell shared photos of her wedding in a profile on CBS Sunday Morning (click play to see them in the clip BELOW). It turns out the bride nixed the traditional white gown, opting instead for an ebony ensemble paired with statement necklace to exchange “I Dos” with Dax Shepard.”We got married in a tiny room in the Beverly Hills Courthouse, and it was still one of the best days of my life,” the Bad Moms actress told reporter Tracy Smith.

In the series of photos from their big day in 2013, Bell and her hubby look like the definition of love. In one photo, she beams as she looks at her guy while they presumably sign their marriage certificate. In other pics the then-newlyweds lock eyes during the ceremony and share a big kiss.

Dax Shepard (left) with his wife, Kristen Bell. (Photo: ANGELA WEISS, AFP/Getty Images)
Dax Shepard (left) with his wife, Kristen Bell. (Photo: ANGELA WEISS, AFP/Getty Images)

In the interview, Bell became emotional when talking about why her man was a great dad to their two daughters, Lincoln and Delta.

“He knows the value of things,” she said. “He was an addict for many, many years, and he pulled himself out of it. And, he’s been sober for 11 or 12 years now — I think almost 12. And, he knows how many times he’s messed up and how many times he’s been really close to losing everything.”

Though Bell has many IMDb credits to her name, her family appears to be her No. 1 priority.

“I always think if I’m on my deathbed, what am I gonna be thinking about,” Bell said and she as Smith strolled through a park. “And, it won’t be some random movie I participated in, or some TV show. It will be my family.”

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