Celeb Third Marriages: Kate Winslet, Paul McCartney and More
Kate Winslet made her third trip down the aisle earlier this month when she wed fiance Ned Rocknroll in a private ceremony in New York.
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The "Titanic" star was previously married to film directors Jim Threapleton (married in '98) and Sam Mendes (married in '03), the latter of whom directed her in a Golden Globe-winning performance in "Revolutionary Road." But despite the fact that her parents weren't aware of the ceremony (Winslet's "Titanic" co-star Leonardo DiCaprio reportedly gave her away), the actress' third marriage is no big shocker — especially in Hollywood.
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Have a look at these prominent celebs who rolled the dice and tied the knot thrice.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney has been married three times, first to Linda McCartney (née Eastman) in 1969, followed by Heather Mills in 2002, and finally to current wife Nancy Shevell (pictured) in 2011.
"Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson said "I do" to Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee in '95, musician Kid Rock in '06 and film producer Rick Salomon in '07.
"Mission: Impossible" star Tom Cruise has three marriages under his belt. He married Mimi Rogers in 1987, then Nicole Kidman in 1990, and Katie Holmes (pictured) in 2006.
Actress and singer Jennifer Lopez married actor Ojani Noa in 1997, followed by choreographer Cris Judd in 2001 and musician Marc Anthony in 2004.
Actor and notable "winner" Charlie Sheen has walked down the aisle thrice. He first wed Donna Peele in 1995, followed by Denise Richards in 2002 and later Brooke Mueller (pictured above) in 2008.
Actress and sex symbol Marilyn Monroe first married policeman James Dougherty in 1942, followed by baseball legend Joe DiMaggio in 1954 and playwright Arthur Miller (pictured) in 1956.
Demi Moore (nee Guynes) took her professional name from her first husband, musician Freddy Moore, when they married in 1980. She later married Bruce Willis in 1987 and Ashton Kutcher (pictured) in 2005.