Like mother, like daughter.
Margaret Qualley’s wedding look is reminding people of her mom, Andie MacDowell, after the “Maid” actor married record producer Jack Antonoff over the weekend in a private ceremony.
During the nuptials, Qualley wore her hair in a simple bob that some compared to MacDowell’s short, curly hairstyle in the classic 1994 film “Four Weddings and a Funeral.”
“Margaret Qualley on her wedding day paying homage to her mother in Four Weddings and a Funeral???” @MediumSizeMeech wrote on X. “I know that’s right scenestress!”
“like mother like daughter,” @MoiCestShirley posted. “four weddings and a funeral(1994) is alive and breathing.”
“why did this make me cry,” @agentofxenu wrote.
McDowell stars in “Four Weddings and a Funeral” as a young American woman who gradually falls in love with a smitten Englishman (Hugh Grant) over the course of four weddings and — you guessed it — a funeral. Though Qualley appeared to channel her mom’s cropped cut from the romantic comedy, @MediumSizeMeech declared that Antonoff “will never be” Grant while sharing photos from the wedding and stills from the movie in the same X thread.
Antonoff, 39, married Qualley, 28, on Saturday on Long Beach Island off the coast of New Jersey. The Bleachers frontman and the “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” breakout have been together for about two years.
MacDowell attended the wedding festivities in an elegant blue gown with a palm-frond pattern. The mother of the bride was far from the only celebrity in attendance: Taylor Swift, Zoë Kravitz, Channing Tatum and Lana Del Rey were also among the couple’s esteemed guests.