The Real Housewives of Miami star and supermodel Joanna Krupa has married her boyfriend of six years, Romain Zago. The two married Thursday in San Diego at the Park Hyatt Aviara, according to People.

“The ceremony featured many candles and was very romantic,” a wedding guest told People. “Joanna wore a strapless dress and looked gorgeous. She got emotional during their vows.”

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Joanna’s rep told Us Weekly that the ceremony was a “million dollar princess wedding” and that Joanna walked down the aisle in a $30,000 Chagoury Couture gown. The dress had a “sweetheart neckline, endless yards of cascading ruffles on the skirt … a detachable six-foot-long cathedral train” and a bodice encrusted with Swarovski crystals.

There were 120 people at the ceremony to watch the couple say “I do” including Joanna’s co-stars, Lisa Hochstein, Alexia Echevarria and, surprisingly enough, Adriana de Moura, who infamously hit Joanna in the face at Lisa’s lingerie party in season 2 of RHOM.

Lisa was attending the wedding as a bridesmaid, which she also served as in Adriana’s wedding last month. Lisa also tweeted about being at Joanna’s bachelorette party in Las Vegas last weekend.

Joanna and Romain had their rocky relationship played on television in season 2. Besides her suspicions that Romain cheated on her, Joanna actually broke off the engagement in November. The two had been engaged for three years before that and Joanna was frustrated with his refusal to set a date for their wedding, and he was frustrated with her constant travelling. The two reconciled a few months later, and I suppose the rest is history.

RHOM has been renewed for a third season, so it is quite likely that we’ll get to see the details of Joanna’s wedding (and bachelorette party) on the small screen, though a premiere date has not been set.

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Gina Pusateri

Contributing Writer, BuddyTV