The former NHL player Jarret Stoll got married to his longtime beau Erin Andrews during a sunset ceremony in Montana on Saturday.
The pair exchanged their vows in an intimate ceremony in front of their friends and family and later went on to enjoy the reception party. All the wedding arrangement was designed by the wedding planner Yifat Owen.
Caption: The Canadian professional ice hockey player got married to 39 years old Dancing with the Stars co-host Erin Andrews. (Published on June 24, 2017)
The Canadian player and his now wife Erin Andrews are yet to share any wedding pictures yet. But it seems that Erin couldn’t stop herself from posting the picture from her most important day and took a snap of the sunset to Instagram.
Alongside the picture, she wrote “Stop,” which probably means that she doesn’t want her special day to end and the beautiful sunset.
What a way to express the excitement, right?
Jaret and Erin started dating back in 2012. Later, they got engaged in December last year after Jarret got on one knee and proposed her for the marriage. The sports person confirmed the news of their engagement in December last year.
The ice hockey player, who played for Los Angeles for seven years, popped the question at Disneyland’s exclusive Club 33 during their holidays.
Erin further expressed that Jarret's proposal made her “bawl like a child.” Moreover, after Erin accepted the proposal, the duo went to a front row seat to watch the annual holiday fireworks show.
In an interview, The Dancing With the Stars host talked about the proposal of her partner as,
“'went there for Christmas to see the Christmas decorations, and we had a lovely dinner there, and he did it right there at dinner at Disneyland.”
That must have been the overwhelming gesture of Jarret towards Erin!
Jarret, who has a net worth of $16 million, has a short list of girlfriends which includes Katie Cassidy, Paulina Gretzky, and ex-fiance, Model Rachel Hunter.
As per sources, Jarret Stoll was about to get married on August 14, but he called off the engagement without clarifying the reason behind the cancellation.
As of now, as Jarret Stoll is time and again asked to join the Broadcast team as a commentator, so there is a high probability that we might see him on television as Sports commentator.
On the other side, Erin Andrews is working as Fox Sports host, who is somehow giving some guidelines to Jarret to face cameras and all, as Jarret mentioned.
Congratulations to the couple once again!
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