Survivor: Redemption Island contestant David Murphy is engaged again, years after popping the question to Survivor: Tocantins star Carolina Eastwood. While his wedding to Eastwood never happened, Radar has learned Murphy is planning to say "I do" to Ashley Allen later this year.
Sources tell Radar the former CBS star — who met Ashley less than one year ago — is set to walk down the aisle on September 10, 2022. No expense will be spared either.
We've learned the ceremony will take place at an estate in Beverly Hills, CA.
The duo only met in February 2021 but they've been inseparable since. Murphy isn't the only well-known one in their relationship.
Ashley is a former Film Costume Designer and Houston socialite — and has enough friends to fill both sides of the wedding party.
So far, Murphy's wife-to-be has a total of 7 bridesmaids for the big day, with her sister, Brittany, serving as the matron of honor. It appears the ex-Survivor contestant hasn't narrowed down his wedding party yet.
But, Ashley's adorable nephew and niece will be the ring bearer and flower girl.
When it comes to the wedding registry, Murphy and Ashley have already started their long list of items to fill their home with. Not only are they asking for household items, but they are also making it clear that cash money will do just fine.
The future Mrs. Murphy has filed their wedding profile with loads of photos of the happy couple. It appears the Survivor contestant didn't slow down after the show.
In the photos, Murphy and his future bride are seen being active, doing everything from hiking to camping, and even leaving some time for fancy dinners in Los Angeles.
This isn't Murphy's first engagement. As we mentioned before, he proposed to Eastwood on TV during their Redemption Island reunion. That marriage never happened.
She ended their relationship in 2012 following cheating allegations.