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Married world for teen star Danielle Fishel

 
 
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Boy weds girl!

TV’s favorite girl next door, Boy Meets World star Danielle Fishel, is now a wife, People.com reports. The 32-year-old actress married Tim Belusko, 25, in a "short and sweet" ceremony in Los Angeles over the weekend.

"The most important thing is that the day feels authentic to us," the bride recently told People. "We’re traditional, but also a bit wacky!"

Fishel, donning a lace Enzoani strapless gown, was escorted down the aisle by her father, Rick Fishel, to the tune of Forever by Brian Culbertson.

More than 200 guests, including six bridesmaids and six groomsmen, looked on as the couple of nearly five years said their I-dos in the altar area of Vibiana, a former cathedral.

Moving out

The latest Jonas Brothers change-up is decidedly less dramatic.

The eldest Jonas, Kevin, 25, is in the process of building a new home in New Jersey, where his current Denville pad is on the market.

Jonas and expectant wife Danielle are asking for $2.2 million for the 7,200-square-foot, five-bedroom house, which serves as the backdrop of their E! reality series, Married to Jonas.

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