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John Krasinski & Emily Blunt Wedding Photos! Plus, a Baby List

John Krasinski, Emily Blunt

John Krasinski and Emily Blunt got married in Lake Como over the weekend, and we’ve got the sneak-pics! As the Krasinski-Blunt wedding photos reveal, it was a truly happy affair. Sure, it’s always (well, almost always) festive when two people tie the knot, but the smiles were especially big at this gala affair. Maybe that’s because Blunt and Krasinski seem especially well suited for each other…and for parenting. So here at Famecrawler, we say: enough with the champagne, bring on the babies.

More photos of the wedding below, plus my official Krasinski-Blunt Baby List: Five Reasons I’m Especially Thrilled About the Idea of This Duo Procreating:

1. Because Krasinski once said this: “I think, when I’m a dad for the first time, I’ll be way worked up, ahead of the game. Get that baby room up within three days of getting the news.” He’s eager and excited, and that was even before he and Emily wed.

2. Because how cool would it be, as a kid, to say, “My parents were set up by Anne Hathaway”? Super-cool. Super, uber, extra cool.krasinski blunt wedding

3. Because Emily pals around with new mom Amy Adams, and the idea of an Amy Adams—Emily Blunt playdate is dreamy. Hey, Emily and Amy, if you need a third, just give me a call! Seriously, I’m tremendous fun on playdates. I’ll even bring lemonade. And maybe my kid.

4. Because John hails from the town that was just named #3 on Money Magazine‘s Best Places to Live list. He knows all about solid childhoods in real-America  hometowns, about growing up outside the limelight. So if he wants to get out of Hollywood and play a real-life dad for a while, he knows where to go!

5. Good looks, senses of humor, talent, and from what I hear, truly nice dispositions: these two have it all. How could they NOT help populate the world with more people like themselves? 

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