'Pawn Stars' Wedding Date Announced: July 21, Say Rick Harrison

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By Brittney R. Villalva , Christian Post Reporter
January 17, 2013|2:52 pm

"Pawn Stars" personality Rick Harrison has set a summer wedding date with his fiancé.

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Harrison, who has been married twice before, and his fiancé, Deanna Burditt, have set a wedding date. The couple will get wed during the summer month of July, on the 21st, according to People Magazine.

If Burditt is excited to have set the date, it appears the she is staying calm. She also has no plans on being a "Bridezilla" according her husband, and to avoid it, it appears that she is letting Harrison do all of the planning.

"She sticking me with all the planning!" he told People magazine.

Harrison, who is Las Vegas born, has also revealed that the wedding will take place at the Ritz Carlton in Southern California's Laguna Beach. Harrison and Burditt originally planned on something small in Las Vegas, but apparently the guest list keeps on growing.

"It will be a lot of friends and family," Harrison said during the Wednesday night opening of Wynn Las Vegas's Andrea's. "It started off with about 40 people and it's well over 100 people now. You know how those things go."

Harrison and his fiancé both have three children from previous marriages, which has prompted him to say in past interview that they are the "Brady Bunch." Harrison's three sons will now be getting three new sisters as roommates.

"If you live in a house full of women, they're a lot more brutal about making you clean up than a house full of guys!" he told the Huffington Post.

When asked if his fiancé will ever appear on the show, Harrison said that he would be keeping his home life separate.

"My 9-year-old son is never going to be on it. My 17-year-old stepdaughter is never going to be on it," he said. "I am not going to turn into the Hulk Hogans [of the world]. My home life is my home life, and I'm going to keep it that way, period."

 

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