"She has found herself a winner in Madison and I welcome him and his family to mine," David Hasselhoff said.
David Hasselhoff is a really happy father! The actor, who is best known for his roles in Knight Rider and Baywatch, gushed on Instagram on Tuesday about the wedding of his eldest daughter Taylor Hasselhoff to Madison Fiore. On February 4, Taylor, The Aaron Kirman Group's premium real estate agent, and CEO, 32, exchanged vows with fiancée Madison Fiore, 33, in front of 186 guests at Ethereal Gardens in Escondido, California, PEOPLE reported.
Alongside a picture of him leading Taylor down the aisle, David Hasselhoff, 70, wrote, per Good Morning America, "I have never seen my daughter look more beautiful than on her wedding day!" He continued, "She has found herself a winner in Madison and I welcome him and his family to mine."
In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE, Taylor shared what it means for her that her father is so happy with this marriage. "I think the reason I started crying is when I saw my dad, because he was just such a big light in my life," she says of her loving dad, adding, "He's also just so supportive and so loving, and I know how much he cares about my wellbeing and my happiness."
"So to see him so happy and just like, 'You're doing it!'" she continued, sharing that she felt emotional when he joined her. "Before I walked out, I had it all together and I felt fine until I saw him and I was like, 'Oh crap.' And I just started hysterically crying and I was like, 'Pull it together.' But it was just because he was so happy for me and his smile was so big and he was just like, 'You look so beautiful.' So it was just an honor to be able to walk down with him and see how happy he was for me to start this new journey," she shared.
The walkway was bordered with grass and white flowers, and the couple was married beneath a canopy of foliage and hanging ferns. Taylor wore a Pronovious dress from NWLA in Los Angeles and Neil Lane jewelry for her special day. After exchanging vows, the couple entered the reception in style using plastic bubble shooters to the song Love Tonight by Shouse. They then danced their first dance to a live band's rendition of Can't Help Falling in Love With You.
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