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Duchess Meghan’s ex-husband Trevor Engelson weds wealthy heiress

2019-05-13 11:13
Trevor Engelson and Tracey Kurland

Cape Town - The Duchess of Sussex's ex-husband Trevor Engelson said "I do" to wealthy heiress Tracey Kurland over the weekend.

The 42-year-old American film producer, who'd previously been married Meghan for two years, married Tracey Kurland (31), a nutritionist, at Rosewood Miramar Beach in California on Saturday, 11 May, US Weekly reports.

"It couldn’t have been more different than the royal wedding," an insider revealed.

"This wasn’t stuffy! It was fun and casual and absolutely beautiful. Everyone was having the best time, especially Trevor and Tracey."

According to photos posted to social media by guests, the pair decided to say their vows outside under a canopy of white roses and fairy lights, People reports.


The groom wore a classic black suit tuxedo, while the stunning bride, who’s the heiress to a multimillion-dollar fortune, wore a breathtaking strapless lace dress.

The couple announced their engagement in June last year after reportedly dating for three years.

"Luckiest guy I know! Get ready to party," Trevor reportedly captioned his engagement announcement photo on Instagram, with Tracey showing off her engagement ring.


Duchess Meghan's ex-husband Trevor Engelson announces engagement

Los Angeles - According to Us Weekly , Meghan Markle's ex-husband Trevor Engelson is engaged. The film producer proposed to his girlfriend, Tracey Kurland, in Napa, California, after dating for three years. Engelson shared the news on Instagram on Friday. He captioned the pic: "Luckiest guy I know! Get ready to party!"

Trevor and Meghan got married in Jamaica at a beach resort in September 2011 but called it quits two years later, citing irreconcilable differences, The Telegraph reports.

The pair’s marriage reportedly fell apart after Meghan relocated to Canada to shoot the hit series Suits.

Sources: US Weekly, People, Telegraph 

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