Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte marries fiancee Kayla Rae Reid

Joann Johnston
January 13, 2018

Ryan Lochte is a married man!

News, the Olympic swimmer and Kayla Rae Reid got married.

The couple, who have been engaged for over a year, have a seven-month-old son named Caiden Zane Lochte together. As previously reported by the site, the 6-time Gold medalist picked up his marriage paperwork last week and sources revealed at the time that "marriage is imminent". After he proposed to his girlfriend, model Kayla Rae Reid, in October 2016, the two announced that December that they were expecting their first child.

Though officials managed to smooth things over and the athletes apologized, it's still nice to see that Lochte has put those days far behind him and is now embracing life with his new wife and baby boy. TMZ obtained the marriage license from the union.

They have a spark! The couple rang in the New Year with a kiss and two sparklers
They have a spark! The couple rang in the New Year with a kiss and two sparklers

We obtained their marriage license, which stated the couple Wednesday in a courthouse ceremony on Tuesday in Gainesville, Fla.

Ryan's dad, Steven, was a witness to the ceremony. They started dating earlier that year after being introduced by mutual friends.

In the post shared by Ryan, he wrote: "Memories forever!#TheLochtes #LA" along with an image of Reid showing off her giant diamond ring. He was suspended for 10 months by USA Swimming. She was born in Virginia.

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