Bridget Moynahan married her businessman beau Andrew Frankel in beautiful Hamptons ceremony at Wölffer Estate Winery in Sagaponack on Saturday.
The 44-year-old Blue Bloods star and Frankel, Co-President of Stuart Frankel & Co.—a global research and execution brokerage firm, wed in front of select family and friends by a beautiful gazebo and the lush Wölffer vines.
Moynahan posted three photographs of her big day on Instagram, including one of her and Frankel moments after their nuptials (above) and the caption, “Oh, by the way, guess what I just did.” Another shot shows Moynahan’s father, Edward Bradley Moynahan, walking her down the aisle (see below), with the caption, “I love you Dad.” And a third shot features four of the actress’s close female friends and the caption, “Best girls in the world…thanks for making my day so special.”
While this is her first marriage, Moynahan has an 8-year-old son, John, with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who she dated for three years before they split in 2006. Frankel has three sons of his own, all older than John, and People.com reports that the couple looks forward to blending their families.
John already has two half siblings—Brady married model Gisele Bündchen in 2009, and they have a son and daughter together.
Before dating Moynahan, Frankel had a long relationship with Kim Saperstein. The two appeared together at several Hamptons art events and were called “couple-on-the-town” in The New York Observer when they bought half a duplex in Manhattan’s Lennox Hill for $5.1 million in 2011. That article says Frankel and Saperstein were engaged to be married at the time. No pictures of the social couple appear online after 2012.
Moynahan and Frankel met through a friend, a source told People, “and she has been on cloud nine ever since.” The pair traveled to San Juan, Puerto Rico in April of this year.
In lieu of wedding gifts, gifts the newlyweds asked their guests to donate to The Hole in Wall Gang Camp, founded in 1988 by actor Paul Newman. The summer camp in Ashford, Connecticut, offers children with cancer and other serious blood diseases fun and educational experiences, and, as Newman put it, the chance to “raise a little hell” in nine completely free Northeast-based programs.
I love you Dad #perfection #proud #priceless @johndolanphotog A photo posted by Bridget Moynahan (@bridgetmoynahan) on