Aldean ties the knot
Monday, March 23, 2015
– Jason Aldean married his fiancee Brittany Kerr on Saturday in Mexico, A HREF=http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/jason-aldean-marries-fiancee-brittany-kerr-the-best-day-ever-2015213>US Weekly reported.
"This is the best day ever - I've got my girl here, my friends, my family - it's the best day ever!" Aldean, 38, said in a statement.
Kerr said, "Today has been the best day of my life. I feel like the luckiest woman to have been able to marry my best friends."
This is the second marriage for Aldean, who has two daughters. He and Kerr, 27, were joined by family and friends, including Duck Dynasty star Willie Robertson.
Aldean proposed to Kerr in September 2014 after two years of dating.
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