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'Melrose Place' alum Josie Bissett marries in Washington

"Happily Ever After #love #family #wedding #blessed," the actress said of her wedding.

By Annie Martin
Josie Bissett on the set of "The Wedding March 2" on June 15. The actress shared photos Monday from her wedding to Thomas Doig. Photo by Josie Bissett/Instagram
Josie Bissett on the set of "The Wedding March 2" on June 15. The actress shared photos Monday from her wedding to Thomas Doig. Photo by Josie Bissett/Instagram

July 12 (UPI) -- Former Melrose Place star Josie Bissett recently tied the knot with her fiancé.

The 46-year-old actress shared photos on social media Monday from her wedding to Thomas Doig at DeLille Cellars winery outside Woodinville, Wash.

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"Happily Ever After #love #family #wedding #blessed," she captioned a picture on Instagram of herself handing off her bouquet to an attendant.

The Seattle native also posted snapshots on Facebook, including a photo of herself and Doig holding hands as their officiant conducted the ceremony. Her rep confirmed to Today that Bissett and Doig tied the knot July 4.

Bissett was previously wed to her Melrose Place co-star Rob Estes from 1992 to 2006. She and the 53-year-old actor share two children -- son Mason, who turns 18 on July 21, and 15-year-old daughter Maya.

Happily Ever After ❤️ #love #family #wedding #blessed

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Bissett is known for playing Jane Mancini on Melrose Place, which had a seven-season run from 1992 to 1999. She and former co-star Jack Wagner now star in The Wedding March movies on the Hallmark Channel.

"Jack and I laugh about that because we didn't really know each other that well on Melrose Place," the actress told Soap Opera Digest in June. "Our characters hardly ever crossed paths, but when we did the first Wedding March, we just had this instant chemistry and connection. I'm sure it's part of us being on the same show for so many years."

"Even if we didn't work together that much, it created this safe environment," she explained. "And we have similar senses of humor. We get each other, and that's hard to find in this business."

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