Pregnant VPR's Stassi Schroeder marries Beau Clark in intimate ceremony months after she was fired from show
PREGNANT Vanderpump Rules alum Stassi Schroeder marries Beau Clark in an intimate ceremony.
Over the summer Stassi was fired from the Bravo reality following a 'racism' scandal.
Stassi shared a video of what appears to a minister pronouncing her and Beau as husband and wife and having their first kiss.
She captioned the clip: "Today would’ve been our wedding day. We went and did it anyway.
"Married Sept 2020. Hopefully Italian dream wedding Oct 2021.
"I am so proud to be your wife @thegoodthebadthebogie."
Two weeks ago, Stassi shared another snap of her and Beau in the same clothes they wore on their wedding day captioned: "25 weeks. Our Clark Passenger is poppin’."
Stassi Schroeder recently revealed her unborn daughter has a "hole in her heart."
The pregnant reality TV star took to her Instagram Story to show off her baby's nursery decor which included a framed heart.
Stassi captioned it: “My other favorite part of her nursery.
“After I bought this, we discovered she has a hole in her heart, and it was the worst week of our lives waiting to find out just how serious it was.
"After a week of actual hell on earth, the doctors said it’s incredibly small and should heal on its own.”
She added: "The piece of art means so much more now."
Stassi and Beau announced they were expecting a baby in June.
She captioned a photo of Beau kissing her cheek while holding a pink onesie with the hashtag #OOTD: “We’re having a baby girl."
Stassi and Beau got engaged in 2019 after being together for two years.
Ironically, Stassi had previously revealed she and Beau had put their baby-making plans on hold so they could drink at their wedding.
They were planning to get married this fall in Italy.
The couple had been trying to start a family before they got engaged in July last year.
“I was trying last summer,” she said to the publication while promoting season 8 of the Bravo show.
Stassi and Kristen Doute were fired from VPR after former cast member Faith Stowers claimed on her podcast the two had racially profiled her back in 2018 after they reported her to the police for a crime she didn't commit.
Stassi later appeared on the Tamron Hall show to discuss the incident saying: "I am so embarrassed that I even had those thoughts and much more that I put them out there, I was a Karen!
"I was basically Karen who said, 'But what about All Lives Matter?'"
Tamron quickly slammed her: "Going back to your history, being in a big city like New Orleans and Los Angeles, I am shocked – and don't take this as an insult – at your level of ignorance as it relates to race and what it means to say Nazi chic to Jewish people and what it could have done to Faith's life."
Stassi – who also revealed she was working with a diversity coach who would quiz her and give her the space to ask questions relating to race – said: "I now know how to speak for Black Lives Matter."
And when Tamron called it "an overreach" that she could speak on Black Lives Matter, Stassi said: "Not to speak on it, but to defend it!"
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