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David Arquette marries

Published 13/04/2015

Christina McLarty and David Arquette
Christina McLarty and David Arquette

David Arquette is a married man again after tying the knot with entertainment reporter Christina McLarty over the weekend.

The 43-year-old Scream actor announced his engagement with the 33-year-old Entertainment Tonight reporter in July 2014.

And Us Weekly magazine reports the pair got married in Los Angeles on Sunday April 12 in an intimate ceremony with close loved ones.

The couple, who started dating in 2011, share 11-month-old son Charlie West together and they’ll be celebrating their tyke’s first birthday on April 28.

Around the time their engagement was announced last summer, David shared details about his proposal.

And according to the Airheads star, Christina didn’t seem convinced when he popped the question for the first time.

"I take her outside... and then I ask her, and she’s like, ‘No, what are you doing? There are so many people watching!’" David laughed to Aspen Peak magazine’s Erin Lentz.

But David tried again after her initial rejection while the pair were dining at a restaurant in Malibu called Mastro's Ocean Club.

And his persistence clearly paid off.

"I had a do-over, and it worked," he giggled during the Aspen Peak interview.

This is not the first marriage for either of them, as the brunette beauty was previously married to Girls Gone Wild mogul Joe Francis until 2010. David shares ten-year-old daughter Coco Riley with his ex-wife Courteney Cox, who he officially divorced in 2013. Courteney is currently engaged to wed Snow Patrol rock star Johnny McDaid.

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