The Covid-19 pandemic was ultimately a boon to her. Last October, Scarlett Johansson married in the strictest intimacy Colin Jost, to whom she was engaged a few months earlier after three years of relationship. A wedding that would have been passed over in silence, if the Meals on Wheels association had not revealed the news, explaining that instead of receiving the traditional gifts from newlyweds, they had asked their relatives to make donations to this organization that distributes free meals to isolated elderly people. A nice gesture, and a union celebrated away from prying eyes, as the actress wanted.
“I think the simple fact of keeping it intimate and small made it intentional,” she told People, adding that if the pandemic made the organization of this marriage “difficult”, it helped to make the event discreet and in a small group, without however depriving itself. “We wanted it to feel like we have intentional intimacy rather than being something that makes us feel like we’re restricted by all of these things,” said Scarlett Johansson who hadn’t invited to her wedding. that her family and that of her husband as well as some close friends, while respecting the sanitary rules.
Scarlett Johansson never imagined her “dream wedding”
It is in his home in Pacific Palisades that the interpreter of Black Window said “yes” to Colin Jost, after having organized his wedding only a few weeks before the event. “I never grew up imagining the wedding of my dreams”, she said, she who rather always “imagined [her] dream partner”. “It was really special … We felt really lucky to have been able to do it,” the actress, mother of a little Rose, told People. A dream opportunity for her to unite with Colin Jost, but also, to gather around her certain people that she and her husband had “not been able to see as much during the year”.
Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost © Zuma Press