She Said 'I Do,' Again! Lisa Vanderpump And Ken Todd Renew Their Wedding Vows

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Jul. 31 2012, Published 4:30 a.m. ET

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By Debbie Emery - Reporter

As fellow Beverly Hills Housewife Adrienne Maloof copes with the breakdown of her marriage, Lisa Vanderpump has been busy showing how strong her relationship is by renewing her vows to husband Ken Todd.

The reality TV couple, who have been married for an impressive 29 years, held a top secret ceremony at their Los Angeles mansion on Monday night, WetPaint Entertainment exclusively reported, and all the action was caught on film for the upcoming final scenes for season three of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

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Despite being heartbroken over her split from plastic surgeon Paul Nassif, Adrienne was even in attendance and put on a brave face to offer her well-wishes to the happy couple.

“She missed the ceremony,” a show insider told WetPaint Entertainment. “But she was there for the tail end of the reception.”

Rather than white, the glamorous British restaurant owner wore a chic black evening gown, while Ken sported a pink shirt under his black jacket, revealed a party guest.

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While there was no bridal party, the couple’s dog Giggy was front and center. “Ken held him during the ceremony,” the insider shared.

After Lisa and Ken swapped emotional vows for the second time, they celebrated with an evening of dinner and dancing in the garden of their new Beverly Hills home. “The house overlooks a deep valley and the swimming pool had swans in it,” the insider adds. “The whole scene was breathtaking.”



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