“They’re getting married mid-October 2024 in the south,” a source close to the Couple tells us, adding that they want their ceremony to feel like a “country retreat.”
Of course, the “Real Housewives of Orange County” alum is still married to her estranged husband, Sean Burke — but that isn’t deterring the ladies from locking in details for their special day for next fall.
“Hopefully the divorce will he finalized by then,” the source adds.
“Sean will be invited to the wedding.”
Braunwyn, 45, and Spinner, 39, shared their engagement news on Saturday after popping the question at 14th Street Park in New York City in homage to their first date in the Big Apple.
“Jen is my person. She said to me once, ‘How much do you love me?’ And I looked at her and said, ‘It’s not how much I love you. It’s how small I love you. I love you on a molecular level,’” Braunwyn recently told People.
“My DNA was made for her. I’m thrilled to be able to say now, ‘This is my fiancée’ — just like I know, I’m going to one day be able to say, ‘This is my wife.’”
The reality star officially filed for divorce from Sean in October 2022 after 23 years of marriage.
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They share seven children together: Bella, 22, Rowan, 20, Jacob, 17, 9-year-old twins Caden and Curren, Koa, 7, and Hazel, 4.
Braunwyn and Spinner — who reside in Franklin, Tenn. — previously signified their commitment to each other in a “fake” Las Vegas wedding ceremony in February.
“Obviously, it’s not a legally binding marriage but for us, it meant something and we talked a lot about the intention behind it,” Spinner exclusively told Page Six at the time.
“It was … something that we put thought into.”
Braunwyn, who came out as a lesbian in December 2020, elaborated, “I sort of thought it was really powerful to stand in that chapel … and say, ‘I do, I promise to be there for better or worse, in sickness and health, forever.’”