Meghan Markle is no longer the only one to get a happily-ever-after ending now that her ex-husband has tied the knot, DailyMail reports.
Trevor Engelson, who was married to the Duchess of Sussex for two years, wed nutritionist Tracey Kurland, 32, the daughter of a multi-millionaire banker in a low-key ceremony on Saturday night.
The wedding was held at a private home in exclusive Hidden Hills, California, the same affluent suburb of Los Angeles where Kim Kardashian and Kanye West live.
Engelson, a film producer, 41, popped the question to Kurland in California’s Napa Valley in June, two weeks after his ex-wife, married Prince Harry.
The couple began dating in November 2017.
In social media pictures, which have now been taken down, the bride can be seen wearing an off-the-shoulder, mid-calf white dress, while the groom was in a gray suit with a pink shirt and no tie.
The wedding reception was reportedly decorated with strings of traditional Mexican paper banners hung across a swimming pool and there was a tequila bar for guests.
Long Island native Engelson and Meghan met in 2004 before she became famous on Suits and dated for six years before getting engaged in 2010.
The former couple married in a beachfront ceremony at the Jamaica Inn in Jamaica in September, 2011 in front of 100 family and friends.
The four-day affair included a cocktail night, a brunch, and a barbecue with local beer, rum punches, and human wheelbarrow races along the white-sand beach.
But their relationship grew strained as Meghan left to film Suits in Toronto, Canada, while Engelson stayed at their home in Los Angeles.
The distance eventually took its toll and they separated in the summer of 2013.
Their marriage officially ended in 2014 with ‘irreconcilable differences’ cited in their divorce papers.
She met Prince Harry soon after – and the rest is Royal history.
His new bride is also a Los Angeles native. She studied for a bachelor of arts in communication at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, where she graduated in 2008.
She then completed her master of science in nutrition education at the Teachers College of Columbia University. New York, in 2014.