RHONY Alum Tinsley Mortimer Marries Robert Bovard in Palm Beach Ceremony, See Pics of Couple Arriving With Wedding Attire

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Tinsley Mortimer married her fiance Robert Bovard over the weekend in Palm Beach, Florida.

Nearly three years after the Real Housewives of New York City alum, 48, was left heartbroken by the sudden end of her engagement to Scott Kluth, Tinsley is a married woman — and a stepmom to Robert’s three children, who include a son and twin daughters.

PEOPLE confirmed the news on November 13.

Although there have yet to be any photos of the ceremony shared publicly, Tinsley and Robert were seen arriving at the venue where they wed with her wedding dress and his suit in hand.

Robert also carried a tote that read, “C’est la vie.”

As RHONY fans may have seen, Tinsley went public with Robert on her Instagram Story last month, sharing a series of photos of them with his kids and teasing their impending wedding date.

“Family vacay before the big day!” she proclaimed at the time.

Then, days later, she was spotted with her diamond and emerald engagement ring, which was estimated to be worth around $500,000.

Robert is president of Augusta, Georgia’s Augusta Iron & Steel Works Inc., and he was married to Mary Dial Bovard for 12 years until she died from a brain tumor.

Prior to Tinsley and Robert’s November 11 wedding, a number of her former RHONY castmates confirmed they were not invited while attending BravoCon in Las Vegas.

“I’m not invited,” Luann de Lesseps, 58, told the audience.

“I’ve known Tinsley for 25 years and I didn’t know she was engaged,” Kelly Bensimon, 55, added.

Following the end of Tinsley and Scott’s engagement in March 2021, Scott released a statement.

“After fourteen months of engagement, Tinsley and I have ended our relationship, and we have been living independently for the last few months,” he told PEOPLE. “This was an incredibly difficult decision, but it is one that I believe is best for both of us. I will always care about Tinsley and I sincerely wish her happiness and success in all that she does in the future.”

But according to a source, their split was “not mutual” and left Tinsley “blindsided.”

“She’s on the floor heartbroken and devastated. She left everything for him because she didn’t think he’d ever call off the engagement,” the source said. “She trusted him that this time was going to be different … She fought to make it work, but he fell back into his old ways of constantly breaking up and getting back together with her. It was an endless cycle.”

Tinsley was previously married to Robert Livingston “Topper” Mortimer.

Tinsley appeared on The Real Housewives of New York City seasons nine through 12.