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Amy Purdy and Daniel Gale get married


By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 08/31/2015 

Amy Purdy is now a married woman.

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The former Dancing with the Stars and The Amazing Race contestant married longtime boyfriend Daniel Gale on Saturday.

"Well friends! We did it!!! What an unbelievably magical night! By far the best of our lives!! We were fortunate to have the most special people of our lives all come together to celebrate! We even had a rainbow that appeared above us!" Purdy captioned an Instagram photo of the bride and groom on Sunday morning.

"I honestly can not imagine a more perfect special and fun celebration! And... We danced that Idaho barn to the ground! We are married!!!!!!!! Yay!!! @dang_ale ! By the way... aren't these flowers by #bloomphotostudio gorgeous?! I was dying when I saw them!!! Thank you @nateperkes photography for this gorgeous shot!! #hiddenspringsidaho."

The couple tied the knot in a ceremony in Boise, ID.

Purdy announced her engagement to Gale, 39, in May. Gale appeared to pop the question on a beach in Puerto Rico. According to Us Weekly, the pair has been dating for 14 years.

Purdy finished as the runner-up of Dancing with the Stars' eighteenth season with pro partner Derek Hough. She also competed on Season 21 of The Amazing Race with Gale in 2012, however, the couple got eliminated at the conclusion of the second leg.



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