John Stamos and Caitlin McHugh are married
- Author: Theresa Obrien Feb 05, 2018,
Feb 05, 2018, 6:12
John Stamos is a married man!
The 54-year-old actor Joh Stamos, known for playing Uncle Jesse on "Full House" and "Fuller House", Wednesday his 31-year-old pregnant fiancée Caitlin McHugh on Saturday in an intimate ceremony, according to media reports.
Who's your fave Full House character? McHugh wore a strapless white gown with a full tulle skirt, while Stamos sported a black suit with a white shirt and black bow tie.
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A police statement says Caitlin McHugh was away from her room Friday evening when a crook or crooks got in and took several items of jewelry. An estimated $165,000 worth of jewelry was stolen, a spokesperson for the Beverly Hills Police Department told ET on Saturday, adding that the suspect, who entered the room by unknown means, remains outstanding.
The weekend was not without drama, however, as the couple had to stop by the police station to report a robbery ahead of their big day.
Then in December, the couple announced they were expecting their first child together. Stamos stars in Netflix's "Fuller House" and spent part of previous year with The Beach Boys as a drummer.
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"I walked in, I went, 'Hey, are you stalking me?' She was like, 'No...' That's why I love her".
At the time, Stamos also revealed that he had accelerated his wedding plans because of McHugh's pregnancy.
Stamos was married to actress Rebecca Romijn from 1998-2005. "So I called her parents to ask, and it was like, 'You better!'"
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