Arts philanthropist Andrew Martin Weber marries actor Beejan Land in million dollar Paris wedding

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Arts philanthropist Andrew Martin Weber marries All Saints actor Beejan Land in million dollar Paris wedding – with their venue alone costing an eye-watering $295,000 to hire

Australian actor Beejan Land and philanthropist Andrew Martin Weber have exchanged vows at a million dollar wedding in Paris.

The All Saints star and playwright, 33, from Sydney’s Paddington, is probably best known as a yo-yo champion. 

Meanwhile, his super wealthy husband Andrew is famous for his generous support for the Arts in the US, where he has been based.

Happy days: Australian actor Beejan Land (right) and philanthropist Andrew Martin Weber (left) have exchanged vows at a million dollar wedding in Paris

Happy days: Australian actor Beejan Land (right) and philanthropist Andrew Martin Weber (left) have exchanged vows at a million dollar wedding in Paris

The happy couple having first tied the knot in New York in 2021, felt the urge to splurge on a society bash that has drawn the international A-list this week, reports The Daily Telegraph.

For the venue, the handsome pair picked the palatial Palais Garnier opera house in down town Paris, one of the most exclusive venues in the City of Lights.

According to reports, venue hire for the 145 year-old building is an estimated $295,000.

Fancy: The happy couple having first tied the knot in New York in 2021, felt the urge to splurge on a society bash that has drawn the international arts A-list this week

Fancy: The happy couple having first tied the knot in New York in 2021, felt the urge to splurge on a society bash that has drawn the international arts A-list this week

Woah! For the venue, the handsome pair picked the palatial Palais Garnier opera house in down town Paris, one of the most exclusive venues in the City of Lights

Woah! For the venue, the handsome pair picked the palatial Palais Garnier opera house in down town Paris, one of the most exclusive venues in the City of Lights

Pretty penny: According to reports, venue hire for the 145 year-old building is an estimated $295,000. Pictured are guests Amine Amharech, Tina Huntress and Tarek Bishara

Pretty penny: According to reports, venue hire for the 145 year-old building is an estimated $295,000. Pictured are guests Amine Amharech, Tina Huntress and Tarek Bishara 

Attendees reportedly dubbed the lavish nuptials ‘the wedding of the century’ in social media posts. 

Guests travelled from around the world to enjoy ‘singing and dancing and the most wonderful food ever’ according to posts online. 

Among those who watched the pair walk down the aisle were models, actors, designers and musicians, The Daily Telegraph reported. 

Wow! The new husbands took the stage for speeches, their stunning venue making for breathtaking scenes

Wow! The new husbands took the stage for speeches, their stunning venue making for breathtaking scenes

So lush! Guests travelled from around the world to enjoy'singing and dancing and the most wonderful food ever' according to posts online

So lush! Guests travelled from around the world to enjoy ‘singing and dancing and the most wonderful food ever’ according to posts online

Cool crowd: Among those who watched the pair walk down the aisle were models, actors, designers and musicians, The Daily Telegraph reported

Cool crowd: Among those who watched the pair walk down the aisle were models, actors, designers and musicians, The Daily Telegraph reported

Beejan and his husband looked absolutely delighted in photos shared on the day, having said ‘I do’ under a floral arch. 

Both men dressed in matching black tuxedos with white shirts, with Beejan opting for a bowtie. 

The husbands then took the stage for speeches, their stunning venue making for breathtaking scenes before the guests parties till the small hours. 

Not bad: Attendees reportedly dubbed the lavish nuptials'the wedding of the century' in social media posts

Not bad: Attendees reportedly dubbed the lavish nuptials ‘the wedding of the century’ in social media posts

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