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Also, something tells me this shiz isn't even valid. According to About.com "A marriage in Mexico is legal only if it is a civil ceremony performed at a local Civil Register Office (Oficina del Registro Civil). You can have a religious ceremony later." Also "There is a waiting period of two to three days in Mexico. It varies from state to state. Plan extra time for getting the paperwork all arranged."
In her Q & A with Us, Heidi says the wedding idea popped into her head over margaritas. So naturally she asked the locals if there was a chapel around, "and they [the locals] said yes, and it comes with a minister and a photographer. And we, suddenly were like, 'Wow, this feels like it was meant to be.' And the next thing you know, we got our margaritas in to-go glasses." (Yes, reading that made you slightly dumber.)
In other words--unless they waited for a few days, and had a separate civil ceremony--much like Speidi--this wedding is sooo fake!
Expect an oops followup and another cover story because they're douches like that.
And Us has sunk to a new low. To wit--it had to have been in on it because marriage licenses are public record. To wit--this whole thing could have been avoided--and debunked--with preliminary fact checking. To wit--we could have been spared.