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Sarah Palin's Daughter Willow Gets Married After Her Brother Track Is Arrested

It was bad news and good news for Sarah Palin the past couple of days. The former Vice Presidential candidate's son Track got arrested on Friday and then the next day, on Saturday, September 29, her daughter Willow got married!

Willow tied the knot with Ricky Bailey in Alaska and Sarah, 54, announced the marriage on Instagram.

The former governor of Alaska posted photos from the ceremony at Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge, a rustic retreat overlooking North America’s highest mountain, Denali, and the Denali National Park.

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Sarah gushed in captions, “Happiest day. Ever.”

But John McCain's former running mate's happiest day was preceded by one of her saddest as son Track, 29, was arrested for the third time for domestic violence charges after police were called to his Wasilla, Alaska, home.

As previously reported, the cops said that he allegedly assaulted a female acquaintance at the house before taking her phone away when she tried to call for help.

Track allegedly resisted the troopers while being placed under arrest.

He was charged with fourth-degree domestic violence assault, interfering with a report of domestic violence, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

It was just the latest in a series of disturbing incidents involving Track. He was infamously arrested last December for allegedly breaking into his parent’s house and beating up his father Todd Palin.

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On Saturday, however, Sarah chose to celebrate her daughter's wedding and photos showed the proud mom's youngest son, Trig, 10, getting ready for the big day.

Sarah herself wore a red and black flannel shirt with “Mother of the Bride” inscribed on the back. Groom Bailey’s mom sported a matching “Mother of the Groom” shirt.

Willow, 24, glowed in a fitted white off-the-shoulder wedding dress and wore her hair loose and flowing.

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