Chris Pratt and his new spouse, Katherine Schwarzenegger, seem like on cloud 9 after their star-studded nuptials on Saturday.

Each known as the marriage the “greatest day of our lives” in near-identical Instagram posts that includes the couple having fun with a romantic second whereas sporting customized designs from Giorgio Armani.

Their well-known pals rushed to go away their congratulatory messages within the feedback, with everybody from Gwyneth Paltrow to Jason Momoa gushing over their particular second.

However, as ever, there’s a fly within the ointment: some followers who don’t suppose Pratt needs to be calling his wedding ceremony day to Schwarzenegger the “greatest day” of his life when he’s been married earlier than (to actress Anna Faris) and has a son, 6-year-old Jack.

“I like Chris Pratt,” a disenchanted fan wrote. “However this upsets me a bit … to say that that is the perfect day of your life whenever you’ve been married earlier than and had kids. What about these days? It simply kinda implies that these issues weren’t simply as essential, even when occasions have modified.”

“It’s the greatest day of his life till the subsequent time he will get married,” snarked one commenter.

“I’m honored to see you be so pleased,” added one other Pratt fan. “I like you and all the pieces you stand for. I additionally perceive second marriages. What I don’t appear to have the ability to observe is whenever you stated [in the past] your first spouse gave you the happiest day of your life. I believe we should always nix this phrase from our vocabulary as a result of it finally ends up feeling manipulative. I don’t consider you anymore and that sucks.”

Folks additionally left adverse feedback for Schwarzenegger, who’s the daughter of journalist Maria Shriver and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

”I might suppose the perfect day of his life could be the day his son was born, however keep it up,” a commenter responded.

“The perfect day in his life was the beginning of his son … perhaps,” one other one of many bride’s followers wrote.

Chris Pratt with first spouse Anna Faris and their son Jack in 2017, months earlier than they introduced their separation. (Photograph: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

And whereas Pratt and Faris, who separated in August 2017 and finalized their divorce final October, have by all accounts maintained an amicable relationship, different commenters couldn’t resist criticizing him for transferring on.

“I miss Anna Faris,” learn one remark, whereas one other follower wrote, “not even divorced a yr … what.”

Regardless of the backlash, the actor’s followers had been fast to defend him.

“I believe when individuals say ‘greatest day of my life,’ it’s just about assumed that doesn’t embrace the beginning of kids,” prompt a commenter. “It’s a given and no person needs to be made to really feel responsible for not making that time clear to hundreds of absolute strangers.”

“He simply stated the perfect day of ‘their’ lives collectively (Chris and Katherine),” added a fan. “The 2 of them. That’s how I see it. Chris Pratt is a form, down-to-earth man that loves his different household (Anna and their son) I’m certain. Wouldn’t or not it’s insensitive to say ‘that is the 2nd, third greatest day of my life’? So I believe he phrased it nicely.”

One commenter famous that Jack was born 9 weeks prematurely and confronted well being issues, which can have made the day of his beginning very traumatic.

“Talking as a preemie father or mother, their birthday was removed from the perfect day of my life so I don’t see something unsuitable with him not claiming the beginning day of his preemie to be,” she wrote.

Others merely advised upset commenters to “get a life” and cease “judging” the newlyweds.

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