Love is in the air, again, for “Sister Wives” star Christine Brown. Last Saturday, Christine and her now-husband David Woolley tied the knot in an intimate but grand ceremony at the scenic Red Cliffs Lodge Hotel in Moab, Utah. A fairytale event filled with romantic vows and scenic views, the wedding was nothing short of spectacular.
Capturing the essence of the day, the TLC network gave fans a sneak peek via Instagram, revealing Christine’s sparkling wedding dress from Boda Bridal. Designed with a plunging V-neck and crafted in white lace, the gown oozed glamour. To complement her look, Christine opted for a gold necklace and a chic braided bun.
But it wasn’t just her outfit that stole the limelight. Stepping in front of the camera, David, 59, looked every bit dapper in a classic black tuxedo. The moment the couple screamed, “We’re married!” and shared a passionate kiss, the internet broke into collective applause.
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The ceremony, an all-day event, started early in the morning and stretched into the afternoon as around 300 guests made their way to celebrate this special occasion. Among the guests, Christine’s eldest son, Paedon Brown, and her father, Rex Allred, played the esteemed role of escorting her down the aisle.
Set against the backdrop of Utah’s mesmerizing canyons and rivers, the couple exchanged vows under a wooden arch, on a wooden stage, adding a Western theme to the nuptials. Interestingly, the source revealed to The U.S. Sun that ex-husband Kody Brown and his wife Robyn decided to skip the ceremony, leaving fans wondering about the relationship dynamics post-divorce.
But the biggest question among the “Sister Wives” community is whether or not the ceremony will make it to the main show or potentially kick off a spin-off series. Given that TLC cameras were actively filming the event, it’s a strong possibility.
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In an exclusive interview with People, Christine described her wedding day as a dream come true. “It’s a fairytale. It’s everything I never thought I would have,” she gushed. For her, walking down the aisle to David, who looked at her as if she was the only woman in the world, was an indescribable feeling.
The couple, who announced their engagement in April, have given fans and followers a love story that could inspire romantic movies. While Christine’s journey on “Sister Wives” was fraught with ups and downs, her newfound love and second marriage seem to offer her a fresh chapter in her life, proving that sometimes, fairytales do come true.
The next chapter of this romantic tale will unfold on TLC’s “Sister Wives,” airing Sundays at 10/9c.