President Trump crashed another wedding this week, this time posing with guests at a wedding that took place at his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ. The wedding-crasher-in-chief was taking a working vacation to play golf that weekend.
But Trump isn’t the only famous face to make surprise appearances at random weddings. Here are five celebrities who’ve also been wedding crashers:
1. Tom Hanks
A couple were taking wedding photos in New York’s Central Park when a familiar-looking jogger came by. Actor Tom Hanks happily greeted the surprised couple and took photos before going about his way.
2. Serena Williams
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During a wedding in Miami Beach, a few of the wedding guests noticed the tennis champ sunbathing and one asked if she would crash the wedding. The guest said Serena was “ecstatic, and would be happy to.” Williams shared the shot on her Instagram with the caption, “Wedding crasher!! Congrats!”
3. Justin Timberlake
The father of the bride spotted Justin Timberlake eating at the same New Hampshire hotel as his daughter’s wedding and asked the singer if he would take a photo with the bride and groom. The couple were taking photos before their reception and were shocked to see Timberlake seemingly show up out of the blue.
4. Taylor Swift
The pop star surprised a fan at his wedding when she showed up and performed her song Blank Space, then posed for selfies with the happy couple and their guests. She even gave the newlyweds a handmade card with her lyrics, “So it’s gonna be forever.”
5. Barack Obama
Another President wedding crasher. This time it was former President Barack Obama who was playing golf at the Torrey Pines Golf Course in California when this couple’s wedding ceremony was about to begin. Obama came over to introduce himself to the bride and groom before the wedding commenced.