Combs ties the knot
Monday, August 3, 2020
– Luke Combs tied the knot on Saturday with his long-time girlfriend Nicole Hocking.
The two married at a beach in southern Florida with a small contingent of family and friends.
"Yesterday was the best day of my life," Combs posted on Instagram. "I got to marry my best friend. I love you @nicohocking, here's to forever
"Yesterday was the most special day!! I'm so happy to spend the rest of my life with you! Although we wish would could have had every single one of our family & friends there, we can't wait to celebrate with everyone next year! So excited to share more of this day soon. much love!" Hocking posted on Instagram.
The two started dating in 2016 and got engaged in 2018.
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