Pawn Star Married: Rick Harrison Ties The Knot With Girlfriend Deanna Burditt [VIDEO]

Rick Harrison, Deanna Burditt
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Third time's the charm for "Pawn Stars" star Rick Harrison who got married for the third time to girlfriend Deanna Burditt, who was also celebrating her wedding number three.

The 37-year-old bride walked down the aisle in a white Inbal Dror gown shipped in from London's Morgan-Davies Bridal, in front of 180 friends and family who joined the couple in their special day.

The nuptials took place at the Ritz Carlton in Laguna Niguel, Calif. where Harrison's costar and longtime pal Austin "Chumlee" Russell served as ringbearer and Danny Koker, who stars on "Pawn Stars" spinoff "Counting Cars," officiated the sunset ceremony.

Rick Harrison, 47, runs the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas with his father, Richard "Old Man" Harrison, his son Cory and Chumlee.

He proposed to his now-wife on Valentine's Day 2012, although he claims it wasn't a proposal per se, but more like a statement. "I didn't really ask her, I told her 'Girl, I'm marrying you,' and then I gave her the ring," he told People magazine last year, adding his excitement over his new engagement. "I'm the happiest guy alive. I'm living the dream."

Although the couple hired a wedding planner, Harrison told the Las Vegas Sun at the time: "She's left me to do all the planning, and all I can say is that there's a lot more to weddings that I ever thought. What started with just 40 family and friends is now well over 100."

Harrison also joked with People magazine about the wedding planning. "I just had no idea there was so much involved. I just thought you got a cake, had a party, buy a keg," he said earlier this year.

After the ceremony, guests were entertained by glam rock band Steel Panther and they even went home with a souvenir: A bobblehead of the happy couple in their wedding attire.

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