Mr. & Mrs. David Charvet Honeymoon With The Family

Mr. & Mrs. David Charvet Honeymoon With The Family

Congratulations to Dancing with the Stars co-host Brooke Burke and Baywatch alum David Charvet.

After a five-year engagement, Burke’s rep confirms to Us Weekly that the couple finally tied the knot in St. Barts on Friday, August 12.

Brooke and David were joined by their four children – Neriah, 11, Sierra, 9, Rain, 4, and Shaya, 3 – during the Carribean ceremony. The family is currently celebrating the recent nuptials with a family vacation that’s doubling as a honeymoon for the happy couple.

Congratulations again to the Burke-Charvet family!

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Filed under: Brooke Burke,Celebrity Dads,Celebrity Moms,David Charvet,Heaven Rain Charvet,Shaya Charvet

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  • Nina D.

    What a beautiful, happy family! Major congrats to them! <3

  • Nina D.

    I love the pics of Heaven playfully kicking David into the water, and the kids burying Brooke in sand. <3

  • noneedtoknow

    You can for sure tell they are in France…Look in the back ground of the one pic! I wish I was there. I love how laid back France and other European countries are at the beach..

  • Anonymous

    “Mr. & Mrs. David Charvet”?? What century is this? She has her own name, you know.

  • Anonymous

    There are breasts in one of the pics

    • Anonymous1

      I didn’t notice until I read your comment, but definitely breasts in the pic of the kids burying Brooke (top of the pic). Looks like one of the little boys and David are both staring at the naked woman too.

    • Janna

      Oh noooo! Not a breast!

      • Anonymous 2

        Haha!

  • Nina Mike

    The first pic- wow…
    :D

  • Anonymous

    That main pic is absolutely adorable!!

  • Anonymous

    noneedtoknow – if you read the article correctly, you would know they’re in St Bart’s which is in the Caribbean and not in France.

    • L.A.

      It is an overseas collectivity of France (same president,language,money,national anthem, laws….). People living there are french citizens (so also have the EU status). What you call France (where Paris is) is only in fact “metropolitan France”.

    • Anonymous

      And if you knew anything about world geography, you’d know St. Bart’s is part of France, and the culture there (i.e., how people dress on the beach) is French.

    • noneedtoknow

      St Bart’s is a territory of France …So I was just calling it France

  • Anonymous

    I don’t like the kid’s names she chose.

  • Anonymous

    It’s in the CARIBBEAN, not France, Morons.

  • ZZZZ

    Yeah, Bermuda is a British owned island but it’s not in England, it’s in the Carribean. Didn’t you people go to school?

    • Anonymous

      And maybe you should learn the difference between Britain and England before you lecture other people about their education.

      Guess what, when you’re in St. Barts, you are legally in France. The fact that it’s not part of mainland France is irrelevant. Pop quiz: what country are you in when you’re in Hawaii? By your logic, Hawaii would not be part of the US.