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Audrina Patridge weds

Published 07/11/2016

Audrina Patridge
Audrina Patridge

The reality star wed in front of 130 guests.

Reality star-turned-TV personality Audrina Patridge has wed her fiance Corey Bohan.

The former The Hills star married the BMX dirt bike rider in a Hawaiian botanical garden on Saturday, according to E! News.

The bride wore a lace gown with a red flower tucked behind her ear for the nuptials, which was attended by close friends and family, including their daughter Kirra Max, who was born in June (16).

However, Audrina's guest list did not include her reality co-stars.

"We just finalised the guest list, and it's about 130 people, mostly family," Audrina told Fit Pregnancy and Baby in June. "As far as friends go, we only invited the ones who've been there for us in the past year and who will continue to be there for us for the next 30."

"So, no one from The Hills made the cut," she continued. "If we were doing a really big wedding, I'd invite them, but we're keeping it intimate."

Audrina and Corey became engaged in November, 2015, and a month later, the happy couple revealed it was expecting. As a result, the bride-to-be decided to adopt a more relaxed approach to wedding planning.

"I didn't want to rush getting married because stress is bad for the baby," she previously explained. "Corey said, 'Stop caring what people think. Their opinions don't matter... Anyway, we've already been together for so long, it's like we're already married. It's just a title at this point - and a ring."

The couple has been dating since 2008.

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