Carrie Prejean, the former Miss USA contestant who made headlines when she announced at the show she believed marriage should be between a man and a woman, tied the knot Friday in a ceremony in San Diego.
Prejean married Oakland Raiders quarterback Kyle Boller. The two were married at the Grand Del Mar hotel, which is owned by another Prop. 8 supporter, Doug Manchester, who donated $125,000 to passing California's gay marriage ban.
"She's certainly coming full circle," Us Weekly senior editor Lindsay Powers told ABCNews.com. "She rose to fame talking about how marriage should be between a man and a woman, and she's fulfilling that statement."
Prejean and Boller toasted with champagne after the ceremony and took off in a white Rolls-Royce Phantom.
Months after the Miss USA scandal, Prejean lost her Miss California crown for failing to fulfill her contractual obligations. Later she dropped a lawsuit against the organization when a sex tape with a former boyfriend surfaced.