Lindsay Lohan and Bader Shammas Are Married
Smash the goblet, throw the rice, buy something off the registry. Congratulations are in order for Lindsay Lohan and Bader Shammas, who are now bonded in holy matrimony.
As per a report in PageSix on Saturday, the couple were married in an intimate ceremony just hours before the Mean Girls star turned 36. The paper confirmed with a representative that “Lindsay Lohan is married.”
Lohan let the cat out of the bag late Friday when she uploaded an image of herself and her love flashing big smiles. In a caption she wrote “I am the luckiest woman in the world. You found me and knew that I wanted to find happiness and grace, all at the same time. I am stunned that you are my husband. My life and my everything.”
Deploying heart emojis, she added “every woman should feel like this everyday.” Lohan’s younger brother Dakota was among the many influencers in the comments offering congrats.
Lindsay first showed off her engagement ring in late November last year. At the time she referred to Shammas with the Gertrude Stein-like caption “My love. My life. My family. My future.” The actress met the Kuwait-born financier in Dubai. Though Lohan is keen to tag him in Instagram, his account remains private. The 35-year-old was educated at attended the University of Tampa and University of South Florida, studying mechanical engineering and finance.
In a conversation with Extra in February, Lohan made it clear that her nuptials would be mellow, and she would not be a bridezilla.
“I’m more low-key,” she said. “Even on my birthday, I want to make sure everyone else is good. And then I can be okay. So, I’ll be more like that. I’m looking at destinations. I’ve already started talking to a friend of mine about the dress. But I want to do things right and I want to pace everything.”
That said, she did suggest there would be multiple dresses, as outfit changes are “the best part.”
It’s been a few years since Lohan has appeared in a mainstream film or television show. (Though earlier this year she turned heads in a self-effacing Super Bowl ad co-starring Dennis Rodman, William Shatner and Danny Trejo, and featuring the Tarantino needle-drop “Little Green Bag” by the George Baker Selection.) That may change in a few months however, with a return to rom-coms in Netflix’s hotly anticipated Falling For Christmas.