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Sara Gilbert Marries Linda Perry in Vegan Wedding

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“The Talk” show host Sara Gilbert tied the knot with long term girlfriend Linda Perry in a “sweet and casual” ceremony with a vegan menu.

The couple, who has been together since 2011, wed at a friend’s ranch in California on March 30th and after returning from her honeymoon, Gilbert was sharing all the details on the show, including the meat-free menu.

“We made everyone eat vegan, of course,” said the newly wed to laughs from co-hosts and the audience.

Gilbert has been a vegan since 2008 and has been very outspoken about her diet on the daily talk show. According to guests, the menu at her wedding pleased even the meat eaters at the party.

“It was delicious,” confessed co-host and comedian Aisha Tyler.

Sherryl Underwood liked the food choice for another reason.

“Thank you for making it vegan, because it made that alcohol go straight to your system!” joked the co-host.

Whatever their reasons, seems like everyone enjoyed the cruelty free wedding. Congratulations, Linda and Sara!

Via Yahoo Celebrity

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