Hulk Hogan, 70, marries Sky Daily, 45, in intimate Florida wedding months after engagement
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Hulk Hogan tied the knot for the third time over the weekend, this time marrying Sky Daily in Clearwater, Fla., multiple outlets report.
The former WWE star, 70, said “I do” to the yoga instructor, 45, in front of a small group of family members on Friday, just two months after he got down on one knee.
The intimate ceremony took place inside the Indian Rocks Baptist Church where their pastor, Aaron Filippone, officiated the formal proceedings.
The bride stunned in a white, strapless gown by Rue de Seine and styled her blond hair in bouncy curls, as seen in photos obtained by TMZ.
Daily paired the embroidered dress with 18-carat white gold earrings, which were encrusted with four-carat diamonds.
She added a matching bracelet and necklace pendant, along with her sparkling wedding ring, which is believed to be worth around $500,000, an insider told the outlet.
Hogan, born Terry Gene Bollea, wore a traditional black tuxedo with a white corsage on the lapel, a bow tie and his signature black headband.
A source told the Daily Mail that the nuptials were a spur-of-the-moment decision.
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“Neither of them wanted over the top, just a small affair with their nearest and dearest to declare their deep love and commitment to each other.”
The wrestling icon’s eldest daughter, Brooke Hogan, reportedly did not make it to the ceremony. However, his son, Nick Hogan, was in attendance.
Daily’s three children were also on hand to witness their mom say “I do.”
The newlyweds first announced their engagement in July after dating for one year.
“She was crazy enough to say ‘Yes’ brother,” Hogan said in an Instagram video filmed at a pal’s wedding.
The famed athlete was married to Linda Hogan from 1983 to 2009. They share two kids: Brooke, 35, and Nick, 33.
He tied the knot with his second wife, Jennifer McDaniel, in 2010, but the pair broke up 11 years later.