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"I'm tired of all this deception. I don't care if they know we're married."
―Anakin Skywalker, to Padmé Amidala[src]
Karé Kun and Temmin Wexley wedding ceremony

Karé Kun and Temmin Wexley get married at the Resistance base.

Marriage was the formally recognized union of two beings as partners in a relationship. A marriage ceremony, which could be presided over by a clergy member, was referred to as a wedding. In the Jedi Order, attachment and possession were forbidden,[1] because they could lead to jealousy and fear of loss, and ultimately the dark side of the Force.[2] For that reason, Jedi were not allowed to marry. Despite that, the Jedi apprentice Anakin Skywalker still married Senator Padmé Amidala shortly after the Battle of Geonosis, during a secret ceremony held on Naboo.[1] In some cultures, males had more than one spouse at a time, such as the alpha-bulls of the Crolute species who had senior spouses, junior spouses, and concubines.[3] Marriage between two beings of the same sex also occurred.[4]

Marriages could be dissolved through divorce.[5]


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