"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" alum Taylor Armstrong will reportedly wed her fiance John Bluher this weekend, three years after the death of her late husband Russell.
The reality star, 42, featured on the current season of "Couple's Therapy," began dating the Colorado lawyer in 2012 and the couple announced their engagement last year. Bluher was a strong source of support for Armstrong following Russell's 2011 suicide.
"Taylor and John will be getting married this weekend," a source told RadarOnline.com.
"Taylor has invited several of her former Beverly Hills housewives co-stars, [and] the couple has hired celebrity wedding planner David Tutera to assist with the big day," the insider revealed.
The Vh1 star appeared to confirm the wedding news on social networking site Twitter last week.
"Wedding is on! @davidtutera has his hands full this time. #love #marriage #celebration," she tweeted on Friday.
On the season 4 finale of "Couple's Therapy" Bluher surprised Armstrong, who has an 8-year-old daughter Kennedy from Russell, with child adoption papers.
"I want her to be my daughter," a teary-eyed Bluher told Armstrong on the show.
"There could be no better father for Kennedy," an emotional but delighted Armstrong replied. "You make me feel safe and protected, but you don't make me feel afraid ... I cannot wait to be your wife."
The couple will reportedly wed in a private ceremony in Southern California before starting life in Colorado where Kennedy is said to be enrolled in school.
"Taylor is hoping to sell pictures of the wedding to an entertainment magazine," the source revealed.
Rumored to be among the guest list is Armstrong's close friend Kyle Richards and her husband Mauricio Umansky.
The wedding celebration will undoubtedly be a pleasant distraction from the drama surrounding the latest season of "Housewives" as insiders claim Richards is furious over claims that her sister Kim is on the chopping block.
"The network is not entirely happy with the ratings for the current season of Beverly Hills and sadly, despite being Paris Hilton's aunt, [Kim] has little going on in her life. Viewers don't care about watching Kim's dog getting training. It's boring!" a production source told RadarOnline.com.
"As you can imagine, Kyle is very unhappy about Bravo's plans. She has made no secret of that fact that she'll threaten to quit if her sister is fired," the insider revealed adding that the show is the "only steady income that Kim has and Kyle doesn't want to financially support her again."