Does living together work? Rogen and Miller finally tie knot

Does living together work? Finally Rogen and Miller tied the knot.

Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller attend the premiere of "50/50" at the Ziegfeld Theater on Sept. 26, 2011 in New York City. 
Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller attend the premiere of “50/50” at the Ziegfeld Theater on Sept. 26, 2011 in New York City.Theo Wargo/GETTY IMAGES
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Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller have married in California.

The couple — who started dating in 2004 — tied the knot in a Jewish ceremony officiated by a female rabbi at Kunde Estate in Sonoma in front of friends including Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, The Office’s Craig Robinson, Knocked Up director Judd Apatow and his wife Leslie Mann.

Speaking about the three-day celebration, a source told Us Weekly magazine: “The wedding was more laughs than anything else. Every other line was a joke and the crowd couldn’t contain their laughter. It was non-stop fun!”

Rogen has previously revealed he had no idea what to expect from the ceremony as he had left all of the planning up to Miller because she has always wanted to get married.

He said: “I’m around for it. My girlfriend has a very vested interest. I think she’s been planning this for years. I’m the last piece of the puzzle. I’m excited. It’s going to be lovely.”

While the wedding was a romantic affair the proposal wasn’t as Rogen, 29, was so nervous after he bought the engagement ring he popped the question almost immediately after buying it, while Miller was still getting dressed.

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Cohabitation is just like marriage, but without “the piece of paper.” Cohabitation typically doesn’t bring the benefits (in physical health, wealth, and emotional well being) that marriage does. In terms of these benefits cohabitants in the United States more closely resemble singles than married couples. This is due, in part, to the fact that cohabitants tend not to be as committed as married couples, and they’re more oriented toward their own personal autonomy and less to the well being of their partner. (From: Smartmarriages® Subject: TOP 10 MYTHS OF MARRIAGE- Popenoe/Piece of Paper schedule – 2/13/02)

• Living together without the benefit of marriage can be harmful for the children since the relationship is not a committed one and therefore lacks stability and is more prone to break-up. For the children of such unions when the couple breaks up there may as well be a divorce. The lack of official papers does nothing to make a split easier on the kids. (Rabbi Shea Hecht, Pondering the Divorce Rate, Gopusa.com, 5/17/07)

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