Speaking with SiriusXM’s Jess Cagle, Lynskey recounted how panic set in when she was informed that Ritter might not be allowed to accompany her to Canada, where she was set to film “Yellowjackets” for six months due to their unmarried status and strict travel restrictions. Faced with the dilemma of leaving her child for such an extended period, Lynskey insisted they marry immediately, prompting a spontaneous wedding ceremony on their Atlanta front porch with only two friends as witnesses and an officiant. Reflecting on the unnecessary rush, Lynskey admitted it was a fun day but ultimately unnecessary, as Ritter could have entered Canada regardless.

Meanwhile, Ritter, son of the late comedian John Ritter, shared exclusively with Us Weekly that their relationship remains vibrant due to their shared profession, enabling them to grow both personally and professionally together. He acknowledges Lynskey’s role in his development and emphasizes the importance of a supportive partner in fostering growth.

In return, Lynskey attributes much of her happiness to her husband’s kindness and creative spirit, affirming her choice in him as a life partner based on the positive feedback she receives from others about his character and talent

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