"Sweet Valley High" star Brittany Daniel gets married to her boyfriend turned fiance, Adam Touni, with Brittany's on and off screen twin sister, Cynthia being the maid of honor.
The blessed wedding ceremony took place in front of 150 guests, which included their closest friends and family members at the beautiful Carondelet House located in downtown Los Angeles.
The actress also took over her Instagram to share her happiness of marrying her best friend.
The pair released a joint statement to thank everyone for the support they received.
“We are overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and affection shared by our friends and family on this special day, We are so grateful to have this kind of support as we start this journey together."
The couple, who got engaged on Christmas Day last year after dating for a fair amount of time, was all smiles on their big day.
Speaking of the day she got engaged to the man of her dreams, she said,
"We hiked to Tennessee Valley Cove in Marin County and then drove to the Marin Headlands...a scenic look out to the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge, He got on his knee and asked if I would marry him. I was in shock and grabbed and hugged and kissed him. Cars driving up the hill began honking and people all around us began cheering."
We would like to wish Brittany and her husband the very best, and congratulate them on this happy occasion!
Did you know, Daniel also vanquished Stage IV non-Hodgkin's lymphoma back in 2014?
Brittany Daniel knew something wasn't right. It was the late spring of 2011, and the on-screen character was getting ready for another season on BET's "The Game," simultaneously anticipating moving into another home.
Be that as it may, in the wake of encountering horrifying back agony, night sweats and influenza like side effects; she chose to see a specialist.
The news she got was startling and troubling; Brittany had Stage IV non-Hodgkin's lymphoma!
Speaking about her fight with the disease with People in 2014; she expressed,
“It happened so suddenly, There is is no way I would have ever gotten through this without my family, My family is everything to me and I feel like they saw me through this.”
“I want to let people know it is absolutely possible to get through something like this, I want people to know they are not alone.”
She also revealed how her father's battle with cancer made her strong while she battled her own health concerns.
“It’s still very tough for me and my whole family, I wanted to honor him,We were all very close as a family. We lost him and then I found out I had cancer, so that was tough on our family,”
“He was the strongest man I know. He was like, ‘I’m fine. I’ll get through this.’ My dad’s motto was, ‘You can get through anything once you set your mind to it. When you have cancer, you are pretty scared, You think you are going to die. I was Stage IV. I was really bad off. But I remember thinking, ‘I am getting through this. I am not dying from this.’ And I think that that is so my dad. That is my dad’s strength. I remember just going into this warrior mode. I just feel like that was my dad. I feel like he was a big part of me getting through it, even though he wasn t there.”
She underwent chemotherapy and was able to defeat cancer.
Sharing how she felt her life was different after her battle, she said-
“What I’ve found is that life is so much better than it was before, I live life to the fullest. My perspective is very different than it was before.”
“I remember when I was in the waiting room waiting to get a check up while I was undergoing my treatment, I was at my lowest point. I had no hair and was so sick. One of the patients put her hand on my shoulder and said, ‘You’re going to be okay.’ A lot of other people had said that to me, but having that woman who had gone through it say that to me meant so much to me. She gave me so much hope and now I want to give other people hope.”
Such a brave lady, Daniel!
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