Leeza Gibbons was married this week in an unusual and intimate ceremony in Beverly Hills, People magazine reports.
Leeza Gibbons, host of My Generation and spokesperson for Sheer Cover makeup, said 'I do' for the second time to former education board President Steven Fenton. The ceremony took place on the roof of the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills - the setting for the couple's first date together back in 2008.
The night time ceremony, which was on Wednesday (April 20 2011), was overseen by her children: Lexi, 21, Troy, 19 and Nathan, 13. Lexi and Troy had become ordained in order to officiate the ceremony and Nathan took the role of ring bearer. The children were the only guests at the small ceremony, and Gibbons' gown was designed by Sue Wong.
This is the second marriage for Gibbons, who told the magazine, "We are living the fairy tale. We have so much respect for each other and grow stronger together . always so grateful to have been given another chance at love."
Gibbons joked after the wedding that she was finally embracing her 'inner cougar,' as her husband is 13 years her junior. They met when they were set up on a blind date.
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