Marcus Grodd is officially off the market. The Bachelor in Paradise
alum married his fiancee, Ally Lutar, on Saturday in Vancouver, Canada, according to People
Grodd first appeared on The Bachelorette
season 10 starring Andi Dorfman. He later joined the first season of Bachelor in Paradise
, where he ended up getting engaged to Bachelor
star Lacy Faddoul. The pair tied the knot in June 2015 as part of the second season premiere of Bachelor in Paradise
with host Chris Harrison officiating the ceremony. A year later, however, Grodd confirmed the break up and also revealed that they were never actually officially married.
"When I came back, it was just a very different situation with her," Grodd told People at the time
. "It was kind of like postponing our plans. That was the drop of our relationship. She didn't want to live together anymore. She wanted to be able to take time apart again. Things just drastically changed after I got back [from Marine training]. It wasn't the best situation to start planning a ceremony here in California."
In July 2016, Grodd met Lutar through mutual friends during at a barbecue in Newport Beach, California. The couple got engaged in May the following year.
"The minute I met her I knew this was how you feel when you meet your wife for the first time," he previously told People. "Ally is gorgeous and strong -- I was completely drawn to her confidence."
The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.
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