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Keshia Knight Pulliam Weds Brad James In 'Intimate, Whimsical' Wedding
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Keshia Knight Pulliam Weds Brad James In 'Intimate, Whimsical' Wedding

"Last week my life forever changed…"

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Rudy Huxtable, aka Keshia Knight Pulliam, is a married woman now! The Cosby Show actress married her partner of two years, Tyler Perry's For Betteror Worse actor Brad James in their Atlanta home. The couple surprised fans after sharing photos of their wedding on their prospective Instagram pages. In Keshia's caption, she revealed that the two actually got married "last week."


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"Last week my life forever changed… I married my best friend at our home surrounded by family & it was magical!!!"

The 42-year-old continued:

"It wasn't the large destination wedding we were originally planning. Instead, it was intimate, whimsical, full of love, laughter and joy… Absolutely perfect!! Maybe one day I will share the events that inspired our change of plans. However, for now I can say God makes no mistakes & the joy is in the journey."
"Covid has definitely taught us to live in the moment and that the present is the greatest "present" that exists. Thank you to everyone who celebrated with us!! Most of all thank you to @mrbradjames my amazing husband, my person, my soulmate. Thank you for renewing my vulnerability & faith in unconditionally love ❤️ #TheJamesBond"

Brad also wrote an equally extensive and loving caption about his bride calling her his "friend," "counselor," "spiritual healer, and so much more."

9 Mag TV reported that the two met in 2019 on the set of the TV movie, Pride and Prejudice: Atlanta. When speaking about their meeting, Keshia said:

"We had a lot of downtime; there was a lot going on filming that project. So there were times where we would all be sitting in the cast seats or the van just talking."

Keshia also spoke about this being her and Brad's second marriage:

"I think it's better when you've been married before because you're very clear in what you don't desire. It makes it so much clearer when you see what it is you do want."

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The Tyler Perry'sHouse of Payne star was previously married to NFL star Ed Hartwell and they share a four-year-old daughter.

While the newlyweds haven't shared much information about their nuptials just yet, it does appear that the actress' The Cosby Show former castmate and on-screen brother Malcolm Jamal Warner attended the festivities after he joked about it in a comment underneath her post.

"Oh right, there WAS a wedding involved. It wasn't just a bomb ass family/friends reunion party. It was beautiful, magical, and just the way it was supposed to be. You know I'm very proud of you and love your journey. @mrbradjames is a good dude. Y'all both did good… I love you, sis! Here's to a beautiful next chapter of your lives!!! ❤️❤️❤️🥰🥰🥰

Her other former castmates from The Cosby Show and House of Payne also congratulated the star on her union.

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