Rick Harris, 47, engaged to DeAnna Burditt, 36. Photo via You Tube screen shot.
Rick Harris, the Las Vegas, Nev. manager and owner extraordinaire of Gold & Silver pawn on History Channel’s reality show, “Pawn Stars”, announced on Thursday that he’s getting married.
Not only is Harris, 47, getting married, he’s marrying a ravishing, raven haired beauty nine years his junior. Among his wedding party — Chumley, the lovable loser teddy bear who works for Harris. Chumley will be the ring bearer.
The wedding date has been set for July 21 and will take place at the luxury hotel, the Ritz-Carlton, in Laguna Beach, Calif..
Harris is marrying DeAnna Burditt, 36, whom he met at a restaurant a year ago, will by married by Danny Koker of “Counting Cars”, who is an ordained minister.
Burditt, 36, a former paralegal, has three daughters who will join Harris’ three sons to create a modern day “Brady Bunch” in the newly formed blended family.
According to Star Pulse, the marriage will be the third for Harris. He has two sons with his first wife Kim (including “Pawn Stars” employee Corey) and an 8-year-old son with his second wife, Tracy. Harris told the Las Vegas Sun, “The third time is the charm”.
For those wondering if Harris went on the cheap and scored a pawned engagement ring from his pawn establishment, World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn, Harris says he chose not go that route. Harris did say however, “I’m practical, so I did get it wholesale from my jeweler friends”.
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