Ginnifer Goodwin’s Marriage Contract Stolen


Actress Ginnifer Goodwin’s ketubah, Hebrew wedding contract, was stolen hours before she exchanged vows with fiancé Josh Dallas earlier in April.

Her wedding planner called her crying on the wedding morning and told her that her car has been broken into during the night and the actress’ ketubah has been among the stolen items.

The star said, “She said, ‘I’ve been on the phone with people in Israel… and I’ve sent people to art supply stores…The ketubah is a Jewish wedding contract and you have them made by artists and they’re all in Hebrew; it’s your religious contract.

Pregnant star helped her planner calm down and decided to ask her rabbi, who presided over the ceremony, to help, when something strange happened.

She remembers, “By the time I got off the phone… I have messages from my representatives, who say, two Jews were walking down the street in Hollywood, found a piece of paper in the middle of the street, could read Hebrew… and it might be important that we get this piece of paper back with my name on it, Google ‘who represents Ginnifer Goodwin’, found my reps at home on a Saturday and got us back our wedding ketubah.”

We sent them flowers (with the message), ‘You’re a mensch (noble)’.”

She said the missing ketubah was the only problem they had on their wedding day. She added, “It was the most stress-free, relaxing, beautiful day.”

The couple married on April 12, 2014.

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