Gov. Mary Fallin's daughter marries again two months after annulment
Christina Fallin married Eric K. Smith, 40, in Eureka Springs, Ark.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Gov. Mary Fallin's daughter, Christina, on Monday married Eric K. Smith in Eureka Springs, Ark.
Smith, 40, is a chef and owner of Pachinko Parlor, a restaurant in Oklahoma City. He also owns Sara Sara Cupcakes in Oklahoma City.
"Gov. Fallin is happy for her daughter and wishes Christina and Eric the best," Alex Weintz, a Fallin spokesman, said Thursday.
In April, Christina Fallin, 25, filed for an annulment from Matthew William Bacon following their June 10, 2011, marriage in Oklahoma City.
A wedding ceremony for Fallin and Bacon was held June 23, 2011, in Ireland. It was attended by Gov. Fallin and her husband, Wade Christensen.
The annulment was granted on May 10.
Weintz said the Eureka Springs event was a private ceremony with no guests.
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