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Honey Boo Boo 'I Do!' Uncle Poodle & Fiancee Alan To Legally Wed In Georgia, Hope Caitlyn Jenner Will Officiate

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Jul. 15 2015, Published 7:03 a.m. ET

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Here come the grooms!

Thanks to the monumental new SCOTUS ruling on same-sex marriage, former Here Comes Honey Boo Boo star Lee "Uncle Poodle" Thompson and his longtime partner, Alan Stevenson, can legally wed.

And now, can exclusively reveal the Southern lovebirds and uncles to pint-sized former pageant queen Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson, 9, are planning their dream ceremony.

"They want to get married on Jeckyll Island," a source close to the couple tells Radar, referring to the popular beach destination in their native Georgia. "They envision saying their vows beneath the famous Spanish moss-covered trees."

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The couple, who announced their engagement on Facebook last September, are hoping that one of two high-profile LGBT-friendly reality stars will be available to officiate the nuptials, an insider says.

"They want either Caitlyn Jenner or Snooki to play minister," the source adds.

And there's one other surprising potential guest. Thompson, 32, and and Stevenson plan to invite nemesis "Mama June" Shannon, 35, from whom they became estranged amidst the reality matriarch's shocking sex scandal last fall.

Both men are open to making amends with Shannon, sources reveal.

"Alan has been texting a bit with June," the insider says. "The guys are ready to put it all behind them."

As for the date of the big day, it all depends on how soon they can make it happen.

"They want to be married as soon as they can," the friend explains. "But they understand that planning takes time."

As Radar exclusively reported, Thompson and Stevenson, 26, said "I do" in a top-secret "wedding" last October. The blowout bash was filmed for the family's TLC reality show, which was abruptly canceled after Shannon was caught canoodling with her convicted child molester ex.

The commitment ceremony, however, was not legally binding due to the ban on same-sex marriage at the time in their home state.

Fortunately, the couple can now make it official.


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