Marriages Revealed: ‘Modern Family,’ ‘Pawn Stars’

Jul 22, 2013 10:54am

The royal baby might be stealing all the headlines today, but there are some notable celebrities who got married this weekend and shouldn’t be overlooked. From a “Pawn Star” to the beginning of a new “Modern Family,” here’s a quick roundup of who tied the knot.

  • “Modern Family’s” Jesse Tyler Ferguson, 37, wed his longtime flame lawyer Justin Mikita, 27, in downtown New York City on Saturday, a rep confirms to ABC News. Yesterday, Mikita commented on the marriage via Twitter, saying “Husband. Not partner. We’ve worked hard to call each other husband… so let’s start using it.” Jesse also tweeted that he’s “Never been happier.” The two were engaged in Mexico this past September and have been together for more than two years. Those in attendance included “Modern Family” co-star Julie Bowen and “So You Think You Can Dance’s” Cat Deeley.

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  • Howie Mandel’s daughter Jackelyn married Alex Shultz on Saturday at the Hotel Bel Air, according to the couple’s wedsite. Jackelyn, 28, has been teaching in Malibu and East Los Angeles for the past five years, and the two met when they were just 15 attending high school at Mont Clair Prep. Alex wasn’t shy with his devotion to Jackelyn, saying, “I love my bunny more than anything” on their site.

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  • Rick Harrison covets the shiny things in life as frontman on the show ”Pawn Stars.” But Harrison locked down his most valuable asset yesterday, marrying girlfriend Deanna Burditt, 37, in Laguna Beach, People Magazine reports. Lovable sidekick Chumlee served as ringbearer, while “Counting Cars” star Danny Koker officiated. It’s the third marriage for both Harrison and Burditt.

 

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