David Arquette marries Christina McLarty in front of close friends and family

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David Arquette and Christina McLarty are officially husband and wife. The couple tied the knot in a ceremony in LA on Sunday, his representative has confirmed to People. David, 43, and 33-year-old Christina were married in front of "family and friends" and were joined by their 11-month-old son Charlie West, and their two basset hounds as they exchanged vows.

Coco, David's ten-year-old daughter from his previous marriage to Courteney Cox, was also present.

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David Arquette and Christina McLarty have tied the knot



David and Christina started dating two years ago and got engaged in July 2014 – two months after the arrival of their baby boy.

David popped the question at ocean-view restaurant Mastro's Steakhouse in Malibu; around 45 minutes after the family were seated, he motioned for them to follow him outside, where he got down on one knee and, at sunset, presented Christina with a beautiful engagement ring, featuring a large blue centre stone.

Shortly after the proposal took place, Christina spoke of her excitement at tying the knot.

"He is the love of my life and I love him and my family so much," she told Us magazine. "I feel like the luckiest girl in the world!"

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Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid are also set to marry



David's ex, Courteney, is also set to marry again. The Friends alum, 50, will soon walk down the aisle with Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid, who popped the question in June last year.

Courteney and Johnny confirmed their engagement by simultaneously posting a sweet selfie on their Twitter accounts; the actress writing, "I'm engaged to him", and Johnny posting, "I'm engaged to her."

The couple were first romantically linked in November 2013 when they were spotted together at a party at Jennifer Aniston's house. They were first introduced by their mutual friend Ed Sheeran, who was among the first to congratulate them on their engagement, simply writing, "yayayayayayay."

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