Have you gotten the 411 text yet on where Alec Baldwin's wedding reception will be taking place later today? No matter: the NY Post has you covered. Baldwin's wedding to fiancée Hilaria Thomas will take place at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral on Mott Street—and the reception will take place NYU's Kimmel Center, on the top floor of the building’s Rosenthal Pavilion room. So now paparazzo know exactly where to bring their passive agressive wedding gifts.
The Post adds that the space can hold up to 300 guests, offers "stunning views of Washington Square Park," and goes for a "bargain- basement price of just $615 for four hours for NYU alumni, such as Baldwin." As for yesterday's minor altercation with a photographer outside his East 10th Street home, Baldwin's daughter Ireland told the Post it was a case of pre-wedding stress: “[he's] actually a very mellow guy, and since he changed his diet, he’s been doing so much better...This is all just wedding stress.”
As if to prove his daughter right, Baldwin shared a public smooch with Thomas last night outside Italian eatery Emporio in Nolita—right in front of mortal enemies the Post and Daily News. The Post handled the PDA with the maturity of an 8-year-old: "Aww...Eww..."