King Joffrey of ‘Game of Thrones’, Jack Gleeson marries longtime girlfriend in a ‘very simple’ ceremony

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Jack initiated his acting only at the age of eight when he made appearances as a young actor in blockbusters like Batman Begins (2002) and Reign of Fire (2005). When he was 18 years old, he played the lead in the critically acclaimed movie All Good Children. Thereafter made his debut in the worldwide popular fantasy series Game of Thrones of HBO as Joffrey Baratheon and received much appreciation.

Earlier this week King Joffrey, aka Jack Gleeson marries his long-term lover in a ceremony clandestinely at a small church in his native Ireland. Though they didn’t officiate their wedding the Priest Lyca reveals and lauds at the couples’ simplicity and exceptionality.

According to Fox News, the Sacred Heart Church in The Glen, Ballinskelligs, County Kerry, was chosen as the venue for the ceremony.

Father Patsy Lynch posted a few pictures of them on Twitter on Monday
“Very simple, prayerful and dignified marriage ceremony for Film Celebrity [Jack] Gleeson and Roisin [O’Mahony],”. In the pictures the couple could be seen wearing a button-down shirt with slacks and a pink and blue summer dress.

The Glen Church pic.twitter.com/xcxAWGtXaJ

Lynch further informs that the marriage was a “pre-wedding ceremony,” and the “real ceremony will take place over in England.” “The family have been holidaying down here in Ballinskelligs, The Glen, for many years and they have so many happy memories here,” he added.

Lynch told the newspaper that “there was a lovely, relaxed atmosphere right from the very beginning” and the couple went for a meal after the ceremony.

“I think it was the sheer simplicity that just touched everyone, and everyone was happy and content, he said. “Everyone down here knows Jack and that shows they’re just part of the whole community. When I met him, it was as if we knew each other all our lives, he’s that kind of person. There’s nothing artificial.” According to Lynch.

A few Twitter users who commented on his pictures of the ceremony. When a lady expressed her affection for “The father laughed, “Thanks, your dress,” alluding to O’Mahony. I enjoy how I look. Self-care is essential.”

The ceremony for the couple was considerably less dramatic than that of his on-screen persona King Joffrey, who in the fourth season of the show was poisoned during his own wedding.

On the workfront after “Game of Thrones,” Gleeson took a break from acting, but made a comeback in the BBC series “Out of Her Mind” and the Irish thriller “In the Land of Saints and Sinners” with Liam Neeson.