Kelsey Grammer married British flight attendant Kayte Walsh in New York on Friday. The ceremony took place at the Longacre Theater, where Grammer starred in the Broadway musical "La Cage aux Folles."
According to the report, the couple exchanged vows on the theater's stage, which was covered in white flowers. Grammer's 5-year-old son Jude (with ex Camille Grammer) was also spotted at the ceremony. The couple's daughter, Mason, 9, was reportedly not in attendance.
Following the ceremony, guests were invited to dinner and an after-party in the Plaza Hotel's Grand Ballroom, according to reports, according to CBS News.
"Frasier" star Kelsey Grammer, just 18 days off his latest divorce, said "I do" once again yesterday in a Broadway marriage to Wife No. 4.
Their May-December romance led to a December engagement, just months after the couple first met. Grammer, 56, split with "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Camille Grammer after 13 years and two children.
The private afternoon wedding before family and friends preceded the evening show of the cross-dressing play and was followed by a reception at The Plaza, New York Daily News reports.
Emmy-winner Grammer rose to fame playing psychiatrist Dr Frasier Crane in the TV sitcoms Cheers as well as Frasier, which was screened between 1993 to 2004, The Guardian says.
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