Actress Emily Blunt has become a US citizen during a VIP legal ceremony held here at the same courtroom where Matthew McConaughey's Brazilian wife received her citizenship.
Actress Emily Blunt has become a US citizen during a VIP legal ceremony held here at the same courtroom where Matthew McConaughey’s Brazilian wife received her citizenship.
The 32-year-old Emily Blunt obtained her citizenship alongside Camila Alves at a VIP legal oath ceremony in Los Angeles on Tuesday, reported Us magazine.
It comes five years after the “Into The Woods” actress married her Massachusetts-born actor husband John Krasinski.
Blunt – who was born in London – was spotted leaving the courtroom holding Krasinski’s hand, accompanied McConaughey and Alves and their children, Levi, seven, Vida, five, and Livingston, two.
Blunt or her husband are yet to comment on the news, but McConaughey, 45, was so pleased his model wife had finally become an American he took to Twitter to tell the world.
“Congratulations Camila on getting your US citizenship today. Another fellow and great American (sic).”