Kurt Cobains daughter Frances Bean marries Tony Hawks son Riley in lavish wedding

Frances Bean Cobain, the daughter of Nirvana's Kurt Cobain, has tied the knot with Riley Hawk, son of skateboarder Tony Hawk.

Francess is the daughter of Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain – who tragically died in April 1994 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

Frances and Riley got hitched on October 7 in Los Angeles after getting their marriage license in September in San Diego County.

They started dating in 2021 and had a very special guest perform at their wedding – REM frontman Michael Stipe, who is Frances' godfather. Her godmother is actress Drew Barrymore.

The marriage documents were obtained by TMZ, but the newlyweds haven't yet shared any posts about their big day.

This is Frances' second marriage and Riley's first. Frances was previously married to musician Isaiah Silva for less than two years before they split in March 2016.

Their breakup was messy as they fought over one of her late father's guitars. Frances' mother Courtney also demanded that Isaiah undergo a psychiatric evaluation in 2019, which was related to the legal battle over the acoustic guitar.

Rumours that the duo had started dating first surfaced on Reddit where a photo went viral of them going out for dinner together, along with Rileys famous parents, Tony and Catherine.

Many people rushed to share their supportive messages and levelled the relationship as "good news for humanity".

One user said: "OK this is legitimately good news for humanity", while another added: "If they had a child, their grandparents would be two of the largest icons from the nineties. Insane".

A third added: "Daughter of the most nineties dude ever is dating the son of the second most nineties dude ever".

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