Chris Evans and his new wife Alba Baptista will have a second wedding in Portugal.

Chris Evans and wife Alba Baptista 'to have 2nd wedding in Portugal'

Chris Evans and wife Alba Baptista 'to have 2nd wedding in Portugal'

The showbiz power couple tied the knot on Saturday (09.09.23) in the 'Captain America' star's hometown of Boston, but there will be a second ceremony in the 26-year-old actress' home nation.

A source told the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column: "There is going to be a second gathering in Portugal for members of Alba’s family who couldn’t be in Massachusetts.

"Sometime this week, I believe. Then they’ll depart from Portugal for their honeymoon."

Chris, 42, and Alba married in an intimate ceremony last weekend.

The happy couple invited their closest family and friends to the ceremony, including Chris' 'Avengers' co-stars Robert Downey Jr, Chris Hemsworth and Jeremy Renner.

The event was "locked down tight", according to the publication, which reported that guests were all asked to sign non-disclosure agreements before the ceremony.

What's more, the guests all had their phones taken away before the wedding.

Chris - who was named the Sexiest Man Alive by PEOPLE magazine in 2022 - and Alba have so far remained tight-lipped about their wedding.

The pair were first linked to each other back in November 2022, when an insider revealed that they had been dating "for over a year and it's serious".

A source said at the time: "They are in love and Chris has never been happier. His family and friends all adore her."

Chris also previously revealed he'd love to start a family one day.

The Hollywood star told PEOPLE: "That's absolutely something I want: wife, kids, building a family.

"When you read about most of the best artists, whether it's actors, painters, writers, most of them [admit] it wasn't the work they made [that they are most proud of], it was about the relationships; the families they created, the love they found, the love they shared.

"So it's also something through my long 41 years that also rings true. Those things are the most important. I love the idea of tradition and ceremony. I had a lot of that in my life, so the idea of creating that - I can't think of anything better."