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Love is Blind Star Shaina Hurley Weds Christos Lardakis in Greece

Shaina Hurley, star of the Love is Blind TV series, had a second wedding ceremony with her husband Christos Lardakis in an art gallery in Athens, after earlier in July being married at a court.

“It was beautiful and they were surrounded by all the people who love them most,” a source told PEOPLE magazine which reported on the event and festivities, reporting that his daughter, Axelle, was also there.

Lardakis is the founder and CEO of the Kanela Breakfast Club, a Greek-inspired restaurant chain in Chicago. He met Hurley a couple of months after she finished filming the show’s second season – during which she got engaged to fellow contestant Kyle Abrams before breaking it off and then leaving the show.

“What was portrayed is not who I am. I am not a home wrecker,” she said.

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