The Bachelor star AshLee Frazier is officially off the market as she has finally tied the knot with her prince charming. The lucky guy who married Frazier is none other than her long-term boyfriend Aaron Williams. The pair looks like they are totally made for each other. Let’s find out more about their relationship.
Frazier tied the knot with Williams in a beautiful wedding ceremony in Houston, Texas. The ceremony took place among 150 family and friends at the lake house that belonged to Williams’ parents. Frazier looked astonishing in an Ivory Bridal Atelier lace gown.
Image: AshLee Frazier and Aaron Williams on their wedding day
Source: Hollywood life
Frazier and Williams haven’t planned their honeymoon yet as they wish for that getaway ‘later on’ due to their busy schedule. A close source claimed that Frazier couldn’t wait, that’s why they tied the knot so quickly.
Image: AshLee Frazier and Aaron Williams
Source: The knot
Frazier and Williams got engaged in last November on top of the Brooklyn Bridge. She had revealed the huge news in a statement to PEOPLE. She also said that her engagement was really romantic and New York will have a little more special place in her heart.
She told ET:
"I was so surprised and trying to hug him all while he was still putting the ring on my shaky finger on the bridge over the water. The entire bridge of people around us roared with cheers."
Dailymail reported that Williams proposed Frazier with a three-karat oval cut diamond ring that looked more than beautiful.
Frazier competed for Sean Lowe’s love on ‘The Bachelor’ season 17. She is also rumored to have dated Cody Manuel, a tax practitioner, in 15. She also dated Bachelor vet Brad Womack, Graham Bunn and Michael Garofola in 2013 and 2014.
Image: AshLee Frazier and Aaron Williams in their wedding
Source: E! online
Now that Frazier has finally exchanged vows with Williams, we hope their relationship as a husband and wife last forever. As we all know that they share a great chemistry, we don’t assume that they will ever pass through the bitter experience of divorce.
Best wishes to the newly wed couple.