Meghan Markle’s ex-husband marries fiancee in low-key ceremony
Meghan Markle’s ex-husband, Trevor Engelson, has secretly wedded his fiancee, Tracey, over the weekend in a low-key ceremony.
According to a report by Daily Mail reports, the couple had a low-key ceremony at a private home in Hidden Hills, California, according to the site.
The nuptials which took place almost five months after Meghan and Prince Harry’s royal wedding were so secretive that barely any photos from the event surfaced online. But a few Instagram Stories captured by the Daily Mail give a glimpse at Engelson and Kurland’s big day.
The images show Engelson wearing a light pink shirt under a gray-blue suit, with the bride in an off-the-shoulder, knee-length white dress with layered gold bracelets. She wore her hair in loose ombré waves.
Trevor proposed to Tracey in Napa Valley just a few weeks after Meghan married Prince Harry.
Publicly announcing the happy news, he shared a picture of the pair smiling with her holding up her diamond ring.
The 41-year-old captioned the snap:
“Luckiest guy I know! Get ready to party!”
Trevor and Tracey, who is the daughter of a wealthy banker thought to be worth around $200 million, reportedly started dating in November 2017.
The Duchess of Sussex and Trevor were married for two years before they filed for divorce in 2014.
The former couple started dating in 2004 and wed in a beachfront ceremony in Jamaica in 2011.
They lived in LA together at the start of their marriage but Meghan then moved to Toronto to film legal drama Suits in which she played Rachel Zane.