Stacey Schroeder and Beau Clark formalized it.
For the second time.
On Thursday, after two-and-a-half years of secretly exchanging vows, Vanderpump rule exes have finally completed their dream wedding.
In Rome, Italy!
Page Six writes a detailed account of the romantic endeavor, where Stacey is shown wearing a white off-the-shoulder layered tool in a custom galia lahav dress … with a longer veil than her flowing dress.
She looked gorgeous.
Clark took a traditional black tuxedo, while the couple’s one-year-old daughter, Hartford, dressed in a short tulle dress with her mother and pulled her hair back with a barrette.
She looked adorable.
“We’re doing it! We’re doing awful things!” Schroeder shouted at Katie Maloney’s Instagram story on the way to the event.
The Bravo personalities – who went abroad a few days ago and recorded their experiences on their own social media – hosted their respective bachelor and bachelor parties on Tuesday night, both with wine, pasta … and then more wine. .
Maloney and Tom Schwartz, who despite their ongoing divorce, appeared to be on friendly terms, according to the Page Six formula.
Schroeder and Clark initially planned an Italian wedding in the summer of 2020.
However, when the COVID-19 epidemic hit, they instead tied the knot in a private backyard ceremony.
After a while, they welcome their daughter.
“Today was our wedding day. We went and did it anyway. “Stacey captioned a video of their low-key wedding.” Married in September 2020. I am very proud to be your wife. “
Stacey and Clark told People magazine after the arrival of their first child:
“We can’t really begin to describe the happiness and joy we feel right now.
“It’s something you’ve heard from all new parents since birth, but something magical happens.
“We feel very blessed and grateful to have a beautiful and, most importantly, healthy baby girl.”
Schroeder, meanwhile, was fired from Vanderpump in June 2020 for racially sensitive actions and words in the past.
“I am the one who has messed up several times. I am the cause of this situation.
“I think a lot of people wanted me to focus on culture cancellation and whether I was a victim, and that’s not how I feel,” Schroeder said in the wake of the scandal.
“I never felt that I was racist, I did not have hatred in my heart. But I confessed that I was not racist. I was not.
“It’s something I’m learning through all of this,” he continued.