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Kimberly Perry is a married woman

Kimberly Perry is a married woman

TYING THE KNOT:Kimberly Perry is a married woman. Photo: Associated Press

The Band Perry star Kimberly Perry is a married woman after tying the knot with American baseball player J.P. Arencibia.

The “Done” hitmaker married her longtime beau at the First Presbyterian Church in Greenville, Tennessee on Thursday, according to E! News.

In addition to their close friends and family, including her bandmate brothers, Reid and Neil, fellow country stars Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood and her ice hockey player husband Mike Fisher, were also among the guests to witness the couple exchange vows.

The ceremony was followed by a reception at Perry’s parents’ home, where the Texas Rangers catcher proposed last September.

Arencibia got down on one knee and asked the country singer to marry him under a giant oak tree on the property.

Perry previously told newspaper The Tennessean, “(When I first saw the tree I thought), ‘If I get proposed to in this life, I hope it happens underneath this tree’.”

Perry and Arencibia started dating a few months after meeting at the Florida Strawberry Festival in Plant City, Florida in February, 2012.

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