David Arquette and Christina McLarty Release Official Wedding Portrait! Plus, Get Details on Their Sweet Ceremony

Christina McLarty, David Arquette

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Ah, the look of love!

David Arquette and Christina McLarty exchange loving glances in their official wedding portrait, released Tuesday. The actor, 43, and entertainment host, 33, tied the knot in L.A. in front of family and friends, including their 11-month-old son, Charlie West Arquette, and their two basset hounds. David’s 10-year-old daughter, Coco Arquette, from his first marriage to Courteney Cox, was also at the wedding.

The couple’s Apr. 12 wedding will be featured in an upcoming issue of InStyle.

Prior to tying the knot, David told E! News it would involve “mostly family.”

The newlyweds began dating four years ago. David proposed to Christina in front of his family, including his two kids, in July 2014. The engagement came a week after his ex-wife announced that she was engaged to Snow Patrol‘s Johnny McDaid.

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Shortly after David popped the question, he revealed to E! News that it went slightly awry. “I proposed to her on the beach in front of a bunch of people and she got really embarrassed,” he said at the time.

At that point, Christina jumped in, saying, “We were at a restaurant in Malibu and there was this cute couple doing engagement photos, running up along the beach, and I was kind of making fun of them.”

“Like, ‘how embarrassing, all these people watching!'” David said. “And then all of a sudden…I take her outside with our new baby, Charlie, and my daughter, Coco, and then I ask her and she’s like, ‘No, what are you doing?! There’s so many people watching!'” he said. Christina added, “I was so uncomfortable.”

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