Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte marries mother of his infant son

Bessie Dean
January 14, 2018

Ryan Lochte, the classic bad boy liar liar speedo on fire of swimming, has married his model fiancée, Kayla Rae Reid.

We obtained their marriage license, which stated the couple Wednesday in a courthouse ceremony on Tuesday in Gainesville, Fla.

The couple got engaged in October 2016, not long after Lochte created an worldwide scandal when he falsely claimed that he and three other US swimmers had been robbed at gunpoint while in Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics.

The newlyweds are planning to have a larger, formal ceremony in the near future to celebrate their love with all their family and friends. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has Wednesday the mother of his 7-month-old son.

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Lochte told "Good Morning America" that same month that his proposal didn't go as planned. "She has given us the most flawless little boy and I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with her and Caiden". I hope he was the ring bearer, the flower kid, and the officiant!

Before he dropped down to one knee, the two enjoyed a helicopter ride over Los Angeles.

The two have been dating since January of previous year.

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