Katie & Thorne’s Wed­ding Al­bum

THE BOLD & THE BEAU­TI­FUL’S Thorne and Katie kept her son, Will, at the fore­front of their nup­tials.

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Con­cern for Will’s fu­ture in the midst of a cus­tody bat­tle with ex- hus­band Bill prompted THE BOLD & THE BEAU­TI­FUL’S Katie and Thorne to marr y quicker than they might other­wise have, which is why it only made sense that the child fac­tored heav­ily into the event. This was no grand, splashy cel­e­bra­tion but rather a taste­ful (if hastily-planned) cer­e­mony held in the For­rester man­sion as close fam­ily looked on in sup­port.

Though ma­tron of honor Brooke used the pri­vate mo­ment with her sis­ter just prior to the wed­ding to urge her to re­con­sider the cus­tody suit, (con­tin­ues)


Katie, you’ve al­ways been a woman af­ter my own heart, in your pas­sion for your work, your gen­eros­ity and your com­mit­ment to your fam­ily, es­pe­cially your son. You charmed me with your hu­mor, and you in­spired me with your wis­dom and your strength. You once told me you be­lieve that we make our own fate, and I couldn’t have asked for a bet­ter one than to spend the rest of my life with you. To­day, I make my vows to you but also to your son. I prom­ise I will al­ways be there for both of you as a de­voted hus­band and a ded­i­cated step­fa­ther. I love you both very much. fam­ily, and they all love you so much. I’m go­ing to make sure that you are al­ways sur­rounded by love.”

When the time came for best man Ridge to hand over the rings, he shrugged in con­fu­sion. But the groom wasn’t wor­ried in the slight­est. “I gave the rings to my other best man,” he said, wink­ing at Will.


I have known you for most of my life, but I never dreamed that I would be stand­ing here in front of you like this. I never thought I could be so lucky be­cause you’re pretty much ev­ery­thing I have al­ways wanted for my­self and for my son. You’re kind and you’re hon­est, and you’re not afraid to speak from your heart or do the right thing. I can’t wait to make a home with you, some­place where we can know that we mean some­thing to each other, that we count, that we can make prom­ises and we can keep them. I said to you once that I didn’t want to have to choose be­tween be­ing a good mother and be­ing good to my­self, and with you, I don’t have to choose. All I have to do is say yes. I love the way you love me, and I love the way you love my son, and I love that you make me feel safe enough to give you my heart be­cause I know you’ll care for it. And I can trust you with my son’s heart, too. I can look at him and I can see the hap­pi­ness in his face, and I know that we are go­ing to be so happy to­gether as a fam­ily.

When all the for­mal­i­ties were fin­ished, Katie gazed at her two loves with gen­uine joy and con­tent­ment in her eyes. “We did it,” she smiled. “We’re a fam­ily.”

Here are four peo­ple try­ing hard not to fo­cus on the fact that they’ve all slept to­gether.

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