Exes and ohs!
It was man and man and man and wife at Thursday’s lavish wedding of megadeveloper Harry Macklowe and his Parisian bride, Patricia Landeau — who in true laissez-faire fashion invited not one, but two of her ex-husbands to the daylong bash.
“It was one big happy family,” an attendee noted of Macklowe and his France-based predecessors: first husband and financier Marc-Louis Landeau, and second husband Ronald Najar, a photographer and art collector.
“They all have an amazing relationship,” another source told The Post.
The billionaire bridegroom, 81, is notoriously on the outs with his own ex of 58 years, Linda Macklowe, 80.
Harry and Linda sparred publicly for two years before a judge in December ordered their $2 billion fortune to be divided equally after contentious battles in divorce and Civil Court over their interests in the 78th floor of his landmark condominium development at 432 Park Ave.
The legal arm-wrestling left Harry owning the entire floor — and on Thursday night, the newlyweds’ 200 guests repaired there for a massive, white-themed reception.
Outside, as if to herald a triumph, Harry had hung a massive, 42-foot-high victory banner on the northwest side of the building, featuring a portrait of him and his bride that will be up for a month.
Referring to the banner, he told The Post, “Our smiling faces will be on a building that I built — and I am proud of my wife [and] my life.”
There’s no bad blood, though, among Landeau and her exes. Earlier in the day, she shared champagne with her first, second and now third husbands at a wedding luncheon at Le Coucou in Soho.
Hubbies 1 and 2 rose in turn to toast their former wife, warmly wishing her well to cheers and applause.
Each ex-husband has remarried — and their new spouses were in tow to enjoy the chocolate wedding cake.
“The cake is good!” the bride said, plate in one hand, champagne flute in the other.
“I’m feeling happy which is the best thing,” she told The Post. “We’re going to a spa — we’re going to fast for five days,” she joked of her honeymoon plans.
“It was a nice gift,” she added, of having her face splashed across Park Avenue. “It’s the first and last time of my life — I’m never on the walls.”
Landeau, who has four children by her first husband and who is in her early 60s, skipped the traditional white wedding gown, but didn’t skimp on her outfit for the ceremony.
She wore a pink and orange tweed Chanel dress from the luxury label’s resort 2019 collection, along with a matching pink scarf and statement earrings.
She lavished an estimated $100,000 on her calf-length, Russian sable coat alone, according to Marc Kaufman of Marc Kaufman furs.
Despite the hazard to sables, wedding planners did strive to keep the event ornithologically correct.
Guests at the Weylin, the ornate event space at the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Brooklyn, were not given rice to throw at new couple. Instead, they threw bird seed and rose petals.