Newly married Alaskan Bush People star Raiven Brown decided to give fans a post-wedding update over the weekend. The mother of one is thrilled to finally be a part of the Wolf Pack after years of dating. Now Bear Brown and Raiven Brown are looking forward to making the most of their life together, one day at a time.
Fans were thrilled to learn that on January 16, Bear Brown and Raiven Brown were finally able to tie the knot in a very intimate ceremony surrounded by friends and family. Bear Brown recently revealed that he is more than excited to be a married man, saying that he has loved Raiven for a long time.
The King of Extreme noted that it was a “privilege” to finally call the photographer his wife and the mother of his child. Since that first meeting, Bear Brown has often remarked on his social media that she is the most beautiful woman he has ever seen. The entire Wolf Pack was in attendance as Raiven wore a white lace gown with a long, matching veil. Billy and Ami Brown’s son strutted his stuff in a brown suit and snappy bow tie.
Alaskan Bush People: Raiven Brown And Bear Brown Shared An Updated Family Photo.
Over Valentine’s Day weekend, Raiven shared a special photo that included Bear Brown and his son Raiven Brown. This new snap is the most updated photo of their growing family since they both said “I do.” Raiven could be seen letting her dark hair grow down to below her shoulders and also appeared to have lost weight. The mother of one looked extremely happy thanks to her meek and wide smile. Although the Alaskan Bush People couple has had their ups and downs, it seems to fans that they are currently on a roll.
As for River, she seemed nothing but excited to be a part of the family photo shoot. Something seemed to have caught his attention off screen as he made a very excited face. Bear Brown could be seen hugging his son with a genuine smile that led fans to believe that both he and Raiven Brown were the happiest they have ever been. For many, it seems married life suits them perfectly. The photo was most likely taken at the top of the family’s mountain in Washington, as snow could be seen fluttering around them.