Sorry fans of The Hills, but your early 2000s crush is officially off the market. Brody Jenner is a married man!
The former reality star has tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend, Kaitlynn Carter, this past weekend in Bali, Indonesia. According to E! News, the two wed on Nihi Sumba, a luxury island resort off the coast of Bali. The newlyweds were accompanied by a slightly fewer than 100 guests, which included Brody's brother Brandon Jenner and their mom, Linda Thompson. Doug Reinhardt, who starred with Brody on The Hills, was also in attendance. The groom wore a custom made beige STITCHED suit when he walked down the aisle.
Yesterday, the bride shared some photos from the magical affair on her Instagram. Kaitlynn posted a particularly sweet one of Brody holding her in his arms on a stone walkway in the tropical oasis. "Soooo much to share with you all eventually, but for now...," she captioned the photo.
She also shared a photo of herself and her groom in the sunset, and a video of the resort where the couple tied the knot.
Brody also shared a similar video of the venue, and it's totally wanderlust worthy.
Now we're dying to know, will the bride be sharing the same moniker with her new in-law, Caitlyn Jenner? Speaking of the former Olympian, it was previously reported that she wouldn't be in attendance, and it seems as though that was true. According to Entertainment Tonight, the I am Cait star apparently had previously planned work commitments. The publication added that the 34-year-old groom is "deeply hurt" by Caitlyn's planned absence, but added that the two are on good terms—Caitlyn is even planning a party for the newlyweds when they return to Los Angeles.
But Caitlyn wasn't the only family member to miss the groom's big day. Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Brody's half sisters, also didn't make it to his wedding. Brody previously told People that his half sisters didn't even bother to RSVP. Ouch.
"My two little sisters, we never even heard from them. They never even RSVP’d I don’t think,” Brody said. “We sent them an invite, but we just never heard anything back,” Brody continued. “Well, they’ll be missed. I would have loved to have had them there.”