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Texans superstar J.J. Watt weds Kealia Ohai in The Bahamas

Texans superstar J.J. Watt weds Kealia Ohai in The Bahamas
Photo via: J.J. Watt/Facebook

This article originally appeared on ABC13.

The wildly famous Houston and sports couple, Kealia Ohai and J.J. Watt, have officially tied the knot. The pair said their vows in a beautiful surprise wedding in the Bahamas Saturday, February 15.

Former teammate of Ohai, Amber Brooks, posted a series of pictures and videos to Instagram, apparently showing their reception.

Fans had been speculating the couple was planning something big after a series of Instagram posts from the destination wedding's location.

Watt posted a photo of Ohai on Instagram with a series of heart-eyed emojis showing the soccer star working out in an outdoor gym Tuesday, sparking the initial fan theories. One fan commented, "Is that a pre-wedding workout?"

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Speculation continued after Watt posted photos of himself with his brothers in the tropical location.

Finally, Watt and Ohai really got fans talking after they both posted photos implying a happily ever after.

Continue on CultureMap to read about Harris County judge Linda Hildago helping the couple receive their marriage license, and more.


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