‘Teen Mom’ Leah Messer Remarries

'Teen Mom' Leah Messer Remarries

Teen Mom star Leah Messer, 19, is once again a married woman!

Nearly one year after filing to divorce first husband Corey Simms, Leah tied the knot with Jeremy Calvert, 22, Wednesday in Catlettsburg, Ky., The Daily Independent reports.

Saying their ‘I dos’ in front of MTV cameras at the Catlettsburg Wedding Chapel, Leah and Jeremy asked their mothers to serve as witnesses to the ceremony, officiated by Rev. Marty Gute. Approximately 15-20 guests – including cameramen, producers and Leah’s 2-year-old twins – were in attendance.

“Everybody was happy and joyful and took a ton of pictures,” Gute said. “I think they wanted to keep it out of the news, but the producer said he knew it would hit Facebook soon. He asked my daughter not to tweet about it, though.”

According to Gute, the couple will have another larger ceremony at a later date.

Splitting with Corey after just six months, Leah is confident new husband Jeremy is ‘The One.’

“We have a really good connection,” Leah said to Us Weekly about her beau, who proposed last Christmas as Leah’s twins, Ali and Aleeah looked on. “It’s different from Corey and my relationship, because we were kinda like forcing it… With Jeremy, you know when you’re supposed to be with somebody and you’re not.”

In January, Leah suffered a miscarriage. According to Jeremy, the whole ordeal was heartbreaking for the young couple.

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  1. Denise

    Why are these gir;s so quick to have babies and marry, divorce and remarry so easily. Do alittle growing up first.

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  2. Anonymous

    shes probably pregnant

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  3. Anonymous

    Mo God, what a mess!

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  4. Anabelle

    Ali and Aleeah? Seriously? What awful names for twins. The poor things are going to struggle to get anybody to treat them like individuals with stupid names like that. They’ll forever be roped together as “the twins”.

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    • Anonymous

      It doesn’t matter what their names are. Those girls will always be known as the “twins”. Anybody with sibilings of the same sex knows that. My little sister and I was always called “the girls” and the same for my older brother. As far as the names go, have your own and name them what the heck you want.

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  5. Anonymous

    WHAT ON EARTH?!?!? 2 marriages and 1 divorce at 19?? 19?!!??!!!!! WOW. I wonder how long this will last.

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