Christie Matthews

Country Music’s Royal Wedding

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It was the royal wedding of country music! On Saturday night, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton finally said “ I do” at the Don Strange Ranch just north of San Anthonio, Texas.  The couple were joined by 550 of their closest friends and family including Reba McEntire, Martina McBride, Dierks Bentley, Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley, Josh Kelley, Katherine Heigl, Neal McCoy, Kelly Clarkson, Laura Bell Bundy and the Bellamy Brothers.  “I’m married to my best friend! “ Miranda told US Weekly following the ceremony.  “ Looking forward to a lifetime of laughter.”  “ I wanted to be married to Miranda the day I proposed,” Blake added. “ Finally, it’s official!”  Miranda, by the way, wore her mother’s wedding dress for the ceremony. Can’t wait to see the wedding pictures; looks like US Weekly will have the exclusive. I’ll keep you posted.  

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