John Stamos and Caitlyn McHugh tied the knot in an intimate ceremony on Saturday (04.02.18) afternoon.
John Stamos has got married.
The 54-year-old actor and his partner Caitlin McHugh - who is pregnant with their first child - tied the knot in an intimate afternoon ceremony at the Little Brown Church in Studio City on Saturday (03.02.18), before returning to their home in Beverly Hills for an outdoor reception.
The 'Fuller House' actor looked smart in a black tuxedo, while his 31-year-old bride donned a traditional white full-skirted ballgown.
But the couple's celebrations didn't go entirely smoothly as it was previously revealed Caitlin had been robbed of $165,000 worth of jewellery on Friday (02.02.18).
The actress had returned to her bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel to discover someone had broken in and taken the accessories, which were on loan from the Neil Lane collection.
Police are investigating and sources revealed there was no sign of forced entry.
John immediately rushed over to the hotel to comfort his partner.
The actor proposed to Caitlin in October and announced the happy news on social media.
He posted an illustrated picture of a couple embracing at Disneyland on his Twitter account and he captioned the image: ''I asked...she said yes! ...And we lived happily ever after [ring emoji] (sic)''
And the excited dad-to-be previously revealed he has ''always'' wanted to be a father but was worried he had left it too late.
He said: ''I always wanted to be a dad. Clearly, I had to do some work on myself first. I have a youthful thing. People say, 'Oh, you look young.' You start believing you're gonna live to be 150. And then you wake up and go, 'No, man, this is it. This is not a rehearsal.' ... People would say, 'You should have a child.' I was like, 'That ship has sailed.'''
John previously married actress Rebecca Romijn in 1998, but they announced their separation in April 2004 and their divorce became final in March 2005.
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