Stacy Keibler's family weren't surprised when she announced she was marrying Jared Pobre because they think the couple are a perfect match.
Stacy Keibler's family thinks her new husband Jared Pobre is made for her.
The wrestler-turned-actress tied the knot with the businessman in a surprise beachside ceremony in Mexico earlier this month, and despite the couple keeping their nuptials a secret from family and friends until the last minute - planning the getaway under the guise of a family holiday - their loved ones weren't shocked since they knew Stacey and Jared were destined for each other.
The 34-year-old star told Britain HELLO! magazine: ''Our families were so happy but not too stunned. I think our moms figured it would happen, as they said we were made for each other and a 'match made in heaven'. My dad hugged Jared and told him how happy he was and how he has never seen me happier. He commented on how well we complement each other.''
Because the wedding was such a surprise, Stacy admits planning the celebration was a ''challenge''.
She said: ''It was most challenging for us to pull off everything. Trying to pull together the most important time of your life while also making it a surprise to our guests was quite a challenge.''
Stacy - who split from George Clooney last year - was overwhelmed by the tasteful and spiritual ceremony in Punta Mita, surrounded by their closest family and friends.
She recalled: ''My mom tells me that I always said I'd be married barefoot on a beach. I've always been inspired by being by the water. The ceremony itself was very romantic and our officiant was so special in her spiritual approach.
''We couldn't have asked for a more loving and wonderful day. Saying our vows to one another was definitely my most cherished part.''
Meanwhile, Jared was blown away by his beautiful bride, who stunned in a lace and chiffon Monique Lhuillier gown with a plunging back.
He added: ''She looked so beautiful it was surreal. It was impossible not to smile.''
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