Jesse Palmer, who was recently announced as the host for the upcoming season of the dating and relationship reality television series, The Bachelor, has tied the knot with fiance, model Emely Fardo in an intimate ceremony. According to People, the Canadian-born Palmer, who is the host for the show after Chris Harrison's exit, got married to Fardo at a close friend’s house in Connecticut. The couple dated for nearly two years before announcing their engagement in 2019. Palmer and Fardo initially revealed their plans to wed in France, but had to cancel due to the pandemic and host the ceremony in the presence of close family members and friends. 

Taking to Instagram, Jesse Palmer shared adorable photos from the wedding and can be seen looking dashing in a blue suit and white shirt, while Fardo looks breathtaking in a white dress. He captioned the post, "Big or small, wedding party or not, we feel so grateful and lucky to have found each other!" As per People, the couple have said they are grateful to be with each other and said, "We had a lovely afternoon and look forward to celebrating our love with our parents and immediate families all together soon!" 


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Having participated as a contestant earlier in The Bachelor, Jesse Palmer took over the reins from the show's previous host Chris Harrison for the upcoming 26th edition. A former NFL quarterback, the 42-year-old is also a television personality, sports commentator, actor and has appeared as the lead in The Bachelor season 5, which aired in 2004. As for hosting Season 26, Palmer has a big job in hand as he will replace Harrison, who has been the host of the show from the first season before he stepped down after a controversy in February.