Meghan Markle's Ex-Husband, Trevor Engelson, Remarries

In a low-key Los Angeles ceremony

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Meghan Markle’s ex-husband, producer Trevor Engelson, got married this past weekend to his girlfriend of one year, nutritionist Tracey Kurland. According to The Daily Mail, the couple had their traditional ceremony in front of a group of family and friends in Hidden Hills, California, which was described as “low-key” by the guests. “The wedding seemed like a small, casual, but intimate affair—a world away from Meghan's huge marriage to Harry in England,” one guest told the Mail. “The bride and groom looked so much in love and very happy together. The whole event was so them.” For the occasion, the bride wore an off-the-shoulder, mid-calf white dress, while the groom opted for a casual gray suit, according to The Daily Mail. The couple became engaged earlier this year, just two weeks after Markle and Prince Harry’s royal wedding. Interesting timing.

Markle and Engelson were married for about two years, choosing to tie the knot in a weekend-long ceremony in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, with more than a hundred guests in 2011. (They dated for seven years prior to their wedding.) They reportedly cited irreconcilable differences in their divorce papers, and he was described at the time as being hit “pretty hard” by the split in the tabloids. “He went through a rough time during the breakup and that was only made worse when Meghan got together with Harry last year,” a source told The Sun, when Markle began dating her new royal boo*.* “He had to relive it all again—this time in public. It wasn’t the most amicable of divorces and there were hurt feelings on both sides. Now he has bounced back and things are looking great for him.”

Interestingly, Engelson has never publicly commented on how he feels about Markle and Harry—but sometimes actions speak louder than words. Last year, he brought petty to another level by optioning a television show about a woman who leaves her husband to be with a prince. It might be described as “fiction,” but, yeah, not exactly.

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