The country singer — who lost wife Mary Jane Thomas in March 2022 — was engaged to Brandi in May
Hank Williams Jr. is offering fans a glimpse at his big day.
The country singer shared the first photo from his recent wedding to wife Brandi earlier this week, posting a photo of the bride and groom to his social media accounts.
“Mr. and Mrs. Hank Williams Jr.,” he captioned the post, which featured the star — sporting his signature sunglasses — smiling in a black tuxedo next to Brandi, who wore a flowing white gown with short sleeves.
The “Family Tradition” singer, 74, and Brandi, 43, tied the knot on Saturday at Enon Baptist Church in Banks, Alabama, just days after announcing their engagement.
Williams popped the question on Mother’s Day in May, and a statement shared to his Facebook said he and Brandi “have known each other and been friends since 2003.”
The happy news comes a year-and-a-half after the death of his wife Mary Jane Thomas, who died of surgery complications in March 2022. The couple — who shared son Sam, 26, and late daughter Katherine — had been married for 32 years.
Thomas, 58, died of a collapsed lung that was punctured during elective surgery the day before, according to a report from the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner as well as an autopsy report, which was obtained by PEOPLE. She was predeceased by Katherine, her daughter with Williams, who died at age 27 in a car crash in 2020.
They announced their engagement Sept. 4 on the Facebook page of his Pure Hank radio show.
This is Williams’ fourth marriage, as he was previously married to Gwen Yeargain from 1971 to 1977 and to Becky White from 1977 to 1983.
The Grammy-winning musician has been on tour since May, and will end his time on the road later this month with two shows in Oklahoma. His most recent album, Rich White Honky Blues, was released in June 2022.
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