In Other News: Marital Edition...Jude Law, Sandra Bullock, and Frankie Muniz

by | July 18, 2005 | Comments

In Other News is back, with marital highs and lows alike to keep you gossip-mongers happy…starting with "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow" star Jude Law, whose secret affair behind fiancée Sienna Miller‘s back was exposed by the British Press Monday. In response, Law issued a public apology to Miller, whom he has been dating since the pair worked together — appropriately enough — on the set of "Alfie." In his letter, Law says he is ‘deeply ashamed and upset’ for the illicit relationship he had with Daisy Wright, a former nanny for the children he shares with ex-wife Sadie Frost, and whom he met while in New Orleans — aka, the Big Easy — to film this winter’s "All the King’s Men." Law’s marriage to Frost ended in 2003 in a quickie divorce granted due to his ‘unreasonable behavior;’ there is no word yet on the status of his engagement to Miller.

Hopefully, a more blissful fate awaits newlyweds Sandra Bullock and Jesse James, who were married last weekend in a secret ceremony in Solvang, California. The "Miss Congeniality" star and her new husband, host of the Discovery Channel’s "Monster Garage," spirited 300 guests to a private ranch for the nups, where Bullock walked down the aisle to the sounds of her late opera singer mother, Helga Bullock, and guests chowed down on a wedding cake baked by sister Gesine Prado. Bullock got into the crafty action, too — she metal-worked James’ wedding ring herself.

And finally, more wishful thinking for the marriage-inclined — "Malcolm in the Middle" star Frankie Muniz has proposed to his girlfriend of months, a non-Hollywood civilian whose last name has not been publicized. The nineteen-year old "Racing Stripes" vocalist met his fiancée, ‘Jamie,’ in that hotbed of romantic pairings, New Orleans (see above Jude Law story), where he was filming the upcoming virtual-horror flick, "Stay Alive." The couple has not yet set a date, giving Muniz a chance to break out of his ‘it’s that guy from Malcolm in the Middle/Agent Cody Banks‘ mold and show audiences that he’s all grown up — maybe.

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