The Real Housewives of Orange County's Kelly Dodd and Rick Leventhal are officially married. The two wed at a private residence at an estate in Sonoma, California on October 10 in front of a small group of those closest to them, including Kelly's daughter, Jolie, who served as her maid of honor.
The guest list was kept small in line with protocols amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. "We just have limited guests," Kelly shared in an exclusive interview with Bravo Insider ahead of the nuptials. "It’s kind of nice, though. Because it’s intimate."
She also noted the special mask the couple had made for the event. "We got masks made for 10-10-2020. So, that’s really cool,” she explained. “It says Rick and Kelly [and] 10-10-2020 for everybody to wear.”
Kelly confirmed ahead of the nuptials that she and Rick planned to wear black and the guests would wear white. "I have friends from like grade school coming. It’s very informal. It’s not like it’s going to have the flower girls and the whole thing," she explained in the clip above. "It’s just gonna be her there and that’s it. And then Rick’s friend is going to ordain us in the ceremony. His friend Jeff; he’s gonna ordain our marriage. So it’s gonna be really intimate and really special."
The wedding comes nearly a year after Rick proposed to Kelly last November, the same week as BravoCon 2019. This is the third marriage for both Kelly and Rick. “I know this is so cliche, but I met my soulmate. I 100 percent met my soulmate. I met my best friend,” she said.
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