❁ ”He was more obviously struck and confused by the sight of her than she had ever observed before; he looked quite red. For the first time since their renewed acquaintance, she felt that she was betraying the least sensibility of the two. She had the advantage of him in the preparation of the last few moments. All the overpowering, blinding, bewildering, first effects of strong surprise were over with her. Still, however, she had enough to feel! It was agitation, pain, pleasure, a something between delight and misery. “
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Joseph Morgan Marries Persia White in Jamaica
The couple, who met on the set of season 3 of The Vampire Diaries, exchanged vows in front of 26 guests at a private villa, within sight of where they got engaged.
"I think one of the reasons we picked it was because we love the ocean and we both grew up by the sea," White says. "To be by the sea was wonderful. And the people of Jamaica are just wonderful."
So, who made the exclusive guest list? “It was mostly family, a handful of close friends,” Morgan says. “My best man was my best friend of almost 20 years, Matt Ryan. He actually plays John Constantine on the new NBC show Constantine, but we’ve been friends since we were teenagers.”
The pair danced to Florence + the Machine’s “Never Let Me Go” for their first turn around the dance floor. But their favorite moment involved a band of Jamaican drummers.
"We had this great group called the Children of the Drums," Morgan says. "It was six Jamaican drummers, and they got everybody up on the dance floor. At one point, all of our guests were on the dance floor, which is an achievement, I think."
The food wasn’t too shabby, either, especially the cake, which was vegan – in keeping with the couple’s plant-based menu. “It was a triple layer, chocolate on the inside and vanilla icing,” says White. “A beautiful, amazing cake.”
After helicoptering over to Negril for their honeymoon, the two relaxed by “partaking in the favorite local pastime – cliff jumping,” says Morgan.
White adds: “That was what was more daunting than anything else. And we did it together, so we’re pretty proud of that.” What’s next for the couple? Well, in addition to working on more film and TV projects together, they hope to start a family. Says White: “Little cute mini Josephs!”
Zap2it: First of all, we need to talk about that final moment of Season 5, with Bonnie and Damon holding hands as they face the end. Did you always envision the season ending like that?
Julie Plec: When we first came up with the idea, we thought, “Here’s these two totally unlikely people that are going to get stuck in this situation together,” so we always just thought that that in and of itself was just the moment. Then the closer and closer we got to it, with filming it with the wind and the lights and everything, we thought it would be so beautiful to have this moment where they both basically believe and know that they’re going to die and not go to the Other Side but disappear into oblivion, and to find comfort in each other, proving that you can overcome any obstacle with another human being — and Damon and Bonnie have had, if nothing else, a lot of obstacles. So we were really proud of that moment. I’m glad you liked it.