After 10 years of dating, Real Housewives of Dallas star LeeAnne Locken and Rich Emberlin got married on Saturday, PEOPLE can exclusively report.
The Texas twosome said their “I dos” at the Cathedral of Hope — the world’s largest inclusive church — in front of a sprawling crowd of family, friends, and Locken’s Bravo costars.
Guests cheered on Locken, 51, as she walked down the aisle in a custom white gown by Texas-based designer Nardos Imam of NARDOS Design. Emberlin, 54, also wore a custom outfit by a local craftsman. He was dressed in a black tux by Don Morphy Prive Clothiers.
This is Locken’s first marriage and Emberlin’s third. He has a 20-year-old daughter, Elise, from a previous relationship.
Marlo Hampton and Shamari DeVoe spent the majority of the past season of Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA) throwing shade on the small screen and on social media.
Despite the recent conclusion of the show’s 11th season, the feuding reality stars continue to trade jabs online. Most recently, Hampton suggested DeVoe was fired from RHOA.
Hampton, who has been featured on the show since Season Four, hopped on Instagram Live, where she said, “Shamari, come on now you’re peachless. You’re really still up here tweeting tonight? Peachless Shamari still tweeting. Hey girl. Stay a fan, just be a fan now. Be sweet. You’re peachless now. They’ll give you a peach and snatch it right back won’t they?”
Hampton’s comments come after DeVoe accused her of being a fraud on Twitter.
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Teresa Giudice and her four daughters are doing everything in their power to bring Joe Giudice home.
Teresa’s eldest daughter Gia, 18, created a petition on Tuesday to stop her father Joe Giudice’s impending deportation.
Gia directed the petition, titled “STOP the Deportation of Joe Giudice,” to President Donald Trump.
“My father, Joe Giudice, came to the United States when he was an infant, one year after his birth, he has resided in New Jersey his entire life,” she wrote. “He is a businessman, a husband, father to four young women all under the age of 19, son, brother, uncle and friend to many. He was found guilty of NON Violent offenses and served his time complying with all prison guidelines and procedures.”
“He and my mother are willing to spend funds and additional time in an immigration prison for the chance he gets to hold his children again,” she continued.