The “little” Stephanie of “La fête à la maison” has grown up well: now 40 years old, Jodie Sweetin has just said yes to Mescal Wasilewski during a small committee ceremony in Malibu.
It was the big day, Saturday July 30: Jodie Sweetin, who played little Stephanie in the iconic 90s series “The House Party” thinks he has found the companion to spend the rest of his life with. The young quadra has indeed married in just marriage in front of around fifty guests, including his “Uncle Jessie”, the actor John Stamos.
Jodie Sweetin “I know I have the right partner for the rest of my life and I’m very grateful”
The event, covered by People magazine, took place in Malibu, in strict privacy, according to the wishes of Jodie Sweetin. “I didn’t want it to be stuffy. I wanted it to be natural, organic, great food, great friends, and twinkling lights” she told People after saying yes to Mescal Wasilewski, her companion. The actress clarified “I know I have the right partner for the rest of my life and I’m very grateful” before adding “Mescal makes me feel absolutely comfortable and safe, at his side I feel radiant. He is very present and mobilizes for my daughters. And we get along so well. He really is the best partner I could ask for.”
In effect, Jodie Sweetin is already mother of two young girls, 14 and 11, Zoie and Beatrixfruit of his previous unions with Cody Herpin and Morty Coyle. The beautiful quadra has indeed been engaged four times and married three timessince she gave up marrying Justin Hodak before arriving at the altar, as reported Here. Happiness was finally in the game, after the abrupt loss of his fictional father, Bob Saget, who played Danny Tanner, in “La Fête à la maison” who died on January 9, 2022 in Florida, in his hotel room. After the sadness that felled the entire cast of the series, it was therefore time for joy, in the presence of the people important to Jodie Sweetin.
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