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    A Very Brady Wedding

    Here's the story of a lovely lady who ended up marrying Peter Brady.

    After dropping oodles of hints upon entering couplehood in 2004, model Adrianne Curry finally got Christopher Knight to pop the question, and People reported Tuesday that the two got hitched Monday night.

    This is Curry's first marriage and Knight's third.

    The 23-year-old winner of the first season of America's Next Top Model met the 48-year-old ex-child star while they were performing a tour of duty on The Surreal Life, VH1's answer to the universal question, "Where are they now?"

    "About 14 days after I met him, I bought a bridal magazine," the eager-to-wed Curry told People in March. "I started researching."

    After leaving their Surreal confines, the duo's unlikely courtship became fodder for another VH1 unscripted series, My Fair Brady. Knight popped the question in November during the first season finale. Season two, My Fair Brady: We're Getting Married!, which premieres Tuesday with an episode titled "Cold Feet," focuses on the preparations leading up to the nuptials.

    But don't let Sunday's episode, titled "Tie the Knot, Tie the Tubes," fool you--Knight may tell Curry that he wants her to quite smoking and quit thinking about babies because he wants a vasectomy, but we already know that, whatever snafus the couple face along the way, it all works out in the end.

    The My Fair Brady Wedding Special is scheduled to air Sunday July 23.

    The couple said their "I do's" in front of 250 guests, including Knight's fellow Brady Bunch alums Barry "Greg" Williams, Susan "Cindy" Olsen and Mike "Bobby" Lookinland, at the Christ Episcopal Church in Curry's hometown of Joliet, Illinois.

    Curry carried a bouquet of black roses down the aisle and showed off her Tyra-worthy bod in a cream-colored gown designed by Alvina Valenta.

    Her seven bridesmaids wore red evening gowns while Knight and his groomsmen did the penguin thing in matching tuxes. The flower girls matched the roses, in black dresses with red satin sashes.

    "I wanted to go as gothic as I could and as traditional as I could without ruffling anyone's feathers," Curry said. "I wanted to have a black dress ... but I knew it would break my grandmother's heart."

    Not to mention Florence Henderson's.

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