“Real Housewives of New York City” Alum Tinsley Mortimer Marries Robert Bovard in Palm Beach Ceremony

A rep for Mortimer confirmed the couple's engagement to PEOPLE in October

<p>Thomas Concordia/Getty</p> Tinsley Mortimer

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Tinsley Mortimer

Tinsley Mortimer has tied the knot!

The Real Housewives of New York City alum, 48, married Robert Bovard in a ceremony in Palm Beach, Florida, on Saturday, PEOPLE has learned.

A rep for Mortimer — who starred as a main cast member in seasons 9 to 12 of the Bravo series — confirmed the couple's engagement to PEOPLE last month after she appeared to tease her nuptials in an Instagram Story post.

“Family vacay before the big day!” she wrote over a photo of her and Bovard posing with three children whose faces were covered by emojis.

<p>Tinsley Mortimer/Instagram</p> Tinsley Mortimer shares a photo of her and Robert Bovard

Tinsley Mortimer/Instagram

Tinsley Mortimer shares a photo of her and Robert Bovard

According to his LinkedIn page, Bovard is president of Augusta, Georgia-based Augusta Iron & Steel Works Inc., where he has worked since 2011 in various roles. He was previously married to Mary Dial Bovard for 12 years before she died from a brain tumor, according to her obituary. The pair welcomed a son and twin daughters together.

At last weekend's BravoCon fan fest in Las Vegas, several of Mortimer's former RHONY costars revealed that they didn't make the guest list for the wedding.

"I'm not invited," Luann de Lesseps told the audience.

"I’ve known Tinsley for 25 years and I didn’t know she was engaged," Kelly Killoren Bensimon added, prompting Dorinda Medley to declare, "So I guess the answer is no."

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Mortimer was previously engaged to CouponCabin founder Scott Kluth. The two, who were set up on a blind date by RHONY costar Carole Radziwell, ended their engagement in March 2021 after an on-again, off-again relationship that was documented on the Bravo series.

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"After fourteen months of engagement, Tinsley and I have ended our relationship, and we have been living independently for the last few months," Kluth said in a statement to PEOPLE at the time. "This was an incredibly difficult decision, but it is one that I believe is best for both of us. I will always care about Tinsley and I sincerely wish her happiness and success in all that she does in the future."

Santiago Felipe/Getty Tinsley Mortimer
Santiago Felipe/Getty Tinsley Mortimer

A source close to the pair told PEOPLE that the breakup was "not mutual" and had left Mortimer feeling "blindsided."

"She's on the floor heartbroken and devastated. She left everything for him because she didn't think he'd ever call off the engagement," the source said, referring to Mortimer moving to Chicago in 2020 to live with Kluth and exiting RHONY. "She trusted him that this time was going to be different."

Another source told PEOPLE that Mortimer fought hard to save her relationship with Kluth.

"She moved her entire life and left her career for Scott because she truly thought this time it would work. She gave everything to this relationship," the source said. "She fought to make it work, but he fell back into his old ways of constantly breaking up and getting back together with her. It was an endless cycle."

Related: Tinsley Mortimer Recalls 2000s Socialite Culture in Trailer for Hulu Doc 'Queenmaker' (Exclusive)

Mortimer was previously wed to Robert Livingston “Topper" Mortimer from 2002 to 2010. During their marriage, she was famously part of New York's early-2000s socialite culture, which was later examined in the 2023 Hulu documentary Queenmaker: The Making of an It Girl.

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