Now that Morgan Stewart and Brendan Fitzpatrick are officially Mr. and Mrs., viewers of Rich Kids of Beverly Hills will get the chance to go inside their May wedding during the season finale of the E! series (airing Sunday, June 19). The splashy affair was attended by a who's who of Los Angeles, including The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills couple Kyle Richards and Mauricio Umansky, as well as Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agent Josh Flagg. But there's someone else who really stuck out in Morgan's mind — even if she wasn't there in person: Adele.
"Our first dance was a great moment. We danced to Adele's 'Make You Feel My Love,'" she told The Daily Dish, before breaking down the guest list a bit further.
"Josh Flagg has been a friend of ours for many, many, many years. And I am obsessed with Kyle [Richards] and we love Mauricio [Umansky] and Brendan's been working with Mauricio [at The Agency] for like the past 10 years," she said. "It would have been weird if they weren't there. These are people that are in our lives — we go to their house for barbecues and they're amazing."
Of course, she also shared some details on her stunning two-piece gown. "I was in love with it, Basically I saw the skirt when I walked into the store and it was for somebody else and it was a slightly different version of what I wore. And I just instantly had the idea," she said, of her daring decision to go with a crop-top. "I had tried on so many dresses, nothing was quite working, everything looked the same. And I just wanted to be different but in a very subtle way and that's kind of what happened."
The couple plans to go on their official honeymoon sometime in July, with their sights set on Italy's Amalfi Coast (hear that, Heather Altman?). Of course, Morgan is ready to hear what the fans have to say about the wedding in Sunday's season finale. "I just don't like watching myself on television. It's very hard for me to go through. I really don't enjoy it. I really like to rely on the feedback of the fans and the audience who watch it versus my own opinion," she said. "I'm not on TV to watch myself and get a kick out of it. I'm on TV for other people to get a kick out of it. So I like to base what I'm doing on what other people say. I don't want to be overly critical of what I look like or what I say." While she normally doesn't watch the episodes, she's still trying to figure out if the finale is the right time to change up her routine. "For the season finale, I'm debating because obviously it's our wedding and I'm really, really excited. But I also have such an amazing memory of the day that to see it kind of chopped down into to fit the format of the show, and, obviously, they only have a certain amount of time I just don't know, if I want to leave it a memory."
And if someone should have something shady to say about her nuptials, Morgan has the perfect philosophy about shaking off any and all haters. "It's weird because we obviously film the show, we film three hour lunches and then five minutes get out into the show. So when people base an opinion about you, or say it based on two minutes, it almost feels like they're not talking about you because they're not seeing you as a whole. So a lot of the words and the mean comments that I get — which I have to say I don't get many — don't really penetrate me because I feel like they're talking about someone else that I don't know."
Below, check out some more photos from Morgan and Brendan's big day before it airs on TV this weekend.