Madison LeCroy appeared to legally marry fiancé Brett Randle on Wednesday.
Ahead of their scheduled wedding date on Saturday, November 19, the Southern Charm cast member took to her Instagram page, where she shared a series of video clips from Wednesday’s event as her friend and officiant, Erica Cain Missel, posted an additional pic on her own.
“It’s the final countdown… 11.19.22,” Madison declared in the caption of a November 16 post.
In another post, which included a clip of Madison singing in a wedding-style dress about going to Mexico at age five, the Southern Charm star shared even more from her ceremony on Wednesday.
“Get in honey, we’re going to Mexico. Literally last week my family showed a video of my 5 yr old self singing this song we all had chills… when you know you know,” she wrote with the pics.
Also on Wednesday, Erica shared what appears to be the only color image of Madison and Brett’s big day, along with the caption, “Can’t wait for 11.19.22.”
Following the sharing of the videos and the pics, a number of Madison’s Southern Charm cast members weighed in.
“IS THIS A JOKE?” asked Venita Aspen, who later added, “Wow.”
And after Kathryn Dennis shared a hand-heart emoji, Leva Bonaparte wished their co-star a “happy wedding week.”
Madison and Brett, who currently reside in a $1.5 million home in Charleston, got engaged in October 2021 after dating for about six months.
A short time later, Madison suggested her days on Southern Charm may be numbered as she spoke about wanting to have more kids (she shares son Hudson with ex-husband Josh Hughes) soon after they wed.
“I may end up having more kids than I originally planned,” Madison admitted to Us Weekly. “My fiancé is Mormon too. So who knows? Whenever it happens and we get situated and all that, then I’m ready.”
And as for future seasons of the show, Madison added, “I think it would all depend on where I was in my life. Maybe, maybe not, if I’m going to have kids and there’s no reason for me to be on there. [Brett] supports me regardless if I want to do the show or if I don’t.”