The former fiance of Bristol Palin is reported to have swapped vows with the mother of his second child in Alaska on Sunday, October 28 in front of more than 100 guests.
Levi Johnston reportedly married Sunny Oglesby, the mother of his first daughter, in Alaska on Sunday, October 28. The wedding ceremony was attended by more than 100 buddies and family.
According to TMZ, his first child and son, 4-year-old Tripp Easton Mitchell Johnston, was not seen in the celebration. It is still unknown whether Tripp's mother and Levi's ex-fiancee, Bristol Palin, attended the nuptials.
About Levi and Sunny's relationship, an insider recently told US Weekly, "They've been together for about a year and a quarter." Back in April, the 22-year-old confirmed Sunny's pregnancy, which was unplanned. He told Inside Edition, "There was a time we went to the cabin and forgot the birth control pills, and a month later we found out we were having a baby." On September 12, Sunny welcomed their first baby, Breeze Beretta Johnston.
Previously, the father of two dated Bristol since he had been a high schooler. During U.S. presidential election in 2008, Sarah Palin, who is Bristol's mother, announced that the ex-contestant of "Dancing with the Stars" was expecting Levi's first child, who was born in December 2008.
In March 2009, Levi and Bristol ended their engagement. They rekindled two months later and announced their second engagement in July 2010. The relationship didn't last long. Three weeks later, they split.
The ex-couple then fought over their son. The author of "Deer in the Headlights" accused Bristol of keeping his 4-year-old son away from him. He also thought that Sarah supported the decision, saying, "That's a family. I know I listen to my family, so I'm sure [Sarah] does have some part in [keeping Tripp away from him]."
In June, the ex-Vice President nominee from Republican Party and her husband Todd denied the accusation, stating, "We have never hidden Tripp from Levi or discouraged Levi from spending time with him. Any suggestion that we have is false and contrary to our core beliefs."