"Blue Bloods" star Bridget Moynahan has married New York finance executive Andrew Frankel in the Hamptons.
"Oh, by the way, guess what I just did," Moynahan wrote on Instagram Saturday, captioning a photo of herself in a white wedding gown alongside the business-suited groom, walking through a vineyard at an undisclosed location. People magazine was first to report that the ceremony took place in the Hamptons.
Moynahan posted a second photo Sunday showing four smiling women dressed in black, evidently at the wedding, and whom the bride called the "best girls in the world . . . thanks for making my day so special."
Included were Instagram links for landscape designer Elizabeth Low Cash; interior designer Diane Burgio; Stephanie Johnson, head of her namesake cosmetic-case and travel-accessories company; and Tracy Bonosconi, owner of the Connecticut apparel store The Lovet Shop.
This is a first marriage for Moynahan, who is in her early 40s. Frankel, who according to his LinkedIn profile graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1994 with a bachelor of arts degree in economics, is the longtime co-president of the Wall Street brokerage firm Stuart Frankel & Co.
Former model Moynahan, who was born upstate in Binghamton and raised there and in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, has an 8-year-old son, Jack Moynahan, with her former partner, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Two months after the end of their three-year relationship in 2006, Moynahan revealed she was pregnant.
While neither the bride nor the groom had announced wedding plans publicly, Moynahan told E! News last year that for vacation, "We went to the Hamptons, . . . [ran] on the beach, [played] golf, tennis. That's just kind of how I like to spend my summer. Just easy and active."
The actress' films include "John Wick" (2014) and "I, Robot" (2004), and in 1999 and 2000, she played the recurring role of Natasha, the Ralph Lauren employee who married Mr. Big (Chris Noth), on HBO's "Sex and the City."