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Cassie marries Alex Fine a month after announcing engagement



You can now call Cassie and Alex Fine husband and wife.

After just a few weeks of engagement, Cassie and Alex exchanged vows in a small and intimate ceremony on the clipping sites in Malibu, California. In a photo of the ceremony, the star wears a billowing white dress and a romantic lace veil when she and Alex say, "I do."

It's unclear when the ceremony took place since Alex shared on his Instagram story that he got fast food on Wednesday afternoon. But the coach confirmed all the happy news by commenting with a heart on the officer's Instagram photo of himself and the couple. He also boldly replied, "I know," when someone told him he was doing "a beautiful job."

Cassie has not yet shared the news herself, but one can assume that she is overjoyed to call her children's father.

Last month, the 33-year-old revealed that she was engaged to Alex in a short but sweet Instagram post. "My favorite day ever! #MrsFine 8.24," she gushed.

"This moment will always be so special to me. I get to marry my best friend in the whole world. How lucky am I!" Alex said in his own announcement.

The songstress, who previously dated the rapper Sean "Diddy" Combs expects his first child with the personal trainer. They shared the big news with their followers and friends by participating in romantic photography on the cliffs of Malibu. "We couldn't be more excited and excited for the little girl to come into our lives. We are so blessed," the two said in a statement to E! News at that time.

And in a letter shared to social media, Alex Cassie and their daughter promised that he would "be kind, sweet" and love them "unconditionally."

This year has been a year anniversary since they started dating, with the couple joining the Instagram official at a Christmas party last December.

Congratulations, newlyweds!

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