PICS: Tara Reid debuts dazzling wedding ring

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  • The American Pie star and new husband Zack Kehayov both wore white for their whirlwind Greek nuptials

    When news hit that American Pie starlet Tara Reid had tied the knot during a romantic break in Greece yesterday, we all assumed the actress had married previous boyfriend Mark Lilleund.

    But it turns out the former Miss Reid had tied the knot to someone else entirely – new love Zack Kehayov.


    The starlet announced her whirlwind nuptials to shocked fans on Twitter yesterday, Tweeting: ‘Just got married in greece I love being a wife!’

    But as confusion over exactly who she had married grew, the starlet took to the social networking site once again, to clarify: ‘His name is zack kehayov.’

    The starlet later treated fans to pictures of her sparkling wedding rock, while snaps soon surfaced of the couple after their nuptials – Tara in a flowing white skirt and stomach-baring top, Zach in a matching white linen shirt and trousers.

    It’s thought the newlywed pair will celebrate their wedding on the picturesque Greek island of Santorini, before heading home to the US.

    ‘She can’t wait to get back to America and celebrate with her friends and family,’ one insider told Life & Style.

    Soon after news of Tara’s whirlwind wedding hit, the man who many reported she had married released a statement confirming it was not, in fact, him.

    ‘If she has married, then she hasn’t married me, that’s for sure,’ Danish businessman Mark Lilleund explained.

    ‘I haven’t spoken to her since February. I’m in the Hamptons in New York. I’m not even in Greece. I’m in a new relationship, and I’m with her as we speak.

    He added: ‘We’ve just come to the US after a holiday in St. Tropez and Ibiza. If Tara has married, then I’ll be the first to congratulate her.’

    Phew, confusion over.



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