Jamie Lee Curtis celebrated her daughter Ruby’s wedding over the weekend, but it wasn’t a traditional affair.
The Halloween star shared snaps from the event, which show the brides Ruby – who is trans – and her partner Kynthia in “Cosplay” disguises as their favorite video game characters.
Curtis, 63, previously announced that she would be celebrating the wedding in a World of Warcraft costume as Jaina Proudmoore.
And the brides wore cosplay! Jamie Lee Curtis celebrates daughter Ruby’s ‘beautiful’ wedding to partner Kynthia dressed as video game characters
“WIFE IS CUTE! Ruby and Kynthia,” Curtis captioned the post, adding the wedding date, 5/29/2022.
Cosplay, a portmanteau of “costume play,” is an activity popular with fans of fantasy and science fiction in which cosplayers dress up as a specific character.
It wasn’t immediately clear which character Ruby chose, although some fans speculated that he was inspired by the SkullGirls video game series.
Her partner, Kynthia, was dressed as Elphelt Valentine, a main character in the Guilty Gear series.
Happy days: Guests were encouraged to attend the wedding in characterful attire, with one guest dressed up as Woody from Toy Story
An honor: Curtis, 63, previously announced that she would be celebrating the wedding in a World of Warcraft costume
Making the cut: In another snap from her daughter’s big day, Curtis posed with a butcher knife as she teased the next installment in the Halloween franchise
Ruby, 26, who works as a video editor for a gaming personality on YouTube, is known for her love of dressing up, having posed in costumes with her famous mother at events.
Last October, Curtis revealed her daughter had come out as trans and said the parenting experience was like “speaking a new language.”
Curtis has two adopted daughters with her husband, comedy director Christopher Guest; Annie who was born in 1986 and Ruby who was born in 1996.
In another snap from her daughter’s big day, Curtis posed with a butcher knife as she teased the next installment in the Halloween franchise.
Dress up: Curtis and her daughter Ruby are pictured above at the Warcraft premiere in Hollywood in 2016
‘Proud’: Emmy nominee Jamie Lee Curtis (R, pictured October 12) wished her adopted transgender daughter Ruby ‘Greymane’ Guest (2-L) a happy 26th birthday on Sunday with a tribute to the ‘ discriminatory, unjust” anti-trans legislation
‘YOU CAN’T RECOGNIZE THAT!’ She wrote. “The ONLY thing left at the end of this whole BEAUTIFUL wedding after everything was taken away was this damn BUTCHER KNIFE they used to cut the tiramisu wedding cake! WIFE IS SWEET!’
In March of this year, Curtis told Jimmy Kimmel that she plans to officiate her daughter’s cosplay wedding as Jaina Proudmoore, a popular World of Warcraft character.
Revealing that Ruby chose the outfit for her, which was made by a seamstress in Russia.
“Her name is Jaina Proudmoore,” Curtis said of her cosplay outfit. ‘It’s a game. She’s an admiral. And so I went on Etsy and wrote “Jaina Proudmoore Costume” and there came a woman who had the costume. I said great. You know, we exchanged ideas.
Mother of two: Jamie and the British Baron, 75, are also parents to 35-year-old adopted daughter Annie (L), who tied the knot with Jason Wolf in 2019
“I paid her a nice sum for it and everything is going great. I sent her my measurements. Everything was fine until I got an email from her a month, two or three weeks ago. She said there might be a delay in shipping the costume. I said, “Okay, that’s fine, a week or two is fine,” the actress continued.
She added: “It’s a cosplay wedding. It’s really exciting. We’re going to have a beautiful picnic in the backyard and I’m really excited.”
Last year, Curtis spoke to People about her daughter, saying there were “tears involved” when Ruby came out, but she was “a grateful student” when it came to supporting her daughter.
‘It’s speaking a new language’: Last year, the Halloween Kills producer star admitted that she and her 37-year-old husband — Emmy winner Christopher Guest (L, pictured in 2019) — “still occasionally slip up” by doing Mistaken Ruby and called her by her birth name
Curtis admitted that she occasionally “slips” with Ruby’s pronouns, though Ruby said she never gets “pissed” when that happens because she knows her mom is doing her best.
“It speaks a new language,” she said. “It learns new terminology and words. I’m new to this. I’m not someone who pretends to know much about it. And I’ll screw it up, I’ll make mistakes. I want to try to avoid big mistakes.”
Ruby said she knew she was different when she was about 16, but due to a negative experience in therapy, she didn’t come out “when I probably should have.”
It wasn’t until a few years ago, while still stopping by Tom’s and dating her now-fiancé, that she first admitted that she might be trans.
Her fiancé said, “I love you just the way you are.”