NEW YORK, June 1 (UPI) -- Vanessa Williams and husband Jim Skrip married again on Memorial Day.
The 53-year-old actress revealed she and Skrip tied the knot a second time Monday by sharing photos from the Catholic ceremony Tuesday on social media.
"Yesterday we took one last walk down the aisle - this time in my little church," the Ugly Betty star wrote on Instagram. "Officially wedded Catholic. Amen! #MyJim."
Williams wore a sleeveless Pamella Roland gown and accessorized with sparkling drop earrings.
She and Skrip married the first time at St. Stanislaus church, where Skrip's own parents wed, in Buffalo, N.Y., in July 2015. It is unclear whether the Catholic church at the time recognized this wedding as the sacrament of marriage.
"Jim is a real man," the actress told People magazine at the time. "You want somebody in your life who has integrity, who is solid, who knows who he is. He's romantic and he's a great guy."
Williams was previously married to Ramon Hervey II from 1987 to 1997 and to Rick Fox from 1999 to 2004. She and Hervey have three children, son Devin and daughters Melanie and Jillian, while she and Fox share daughter Sasha.
Williams played Wilhelmina Slater on Ugly Betty and has since appeared on Desperate Housewives, Royal Pains and The Good Wife. The actress will star on the new VH1 series Satan's Sisters.