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Crystal Harris' Parents Are Stoked That She's Married To Hugh Hefner
Marrying someone four times your age might seem like type of move that would upset your parents, but that is apparently not the case for 87-year-old Hugh Hefner's 26-year-old wife, Crystal Harris, whose folks reportedly make trips to the mansion every week cause they just love it so much.
According to People, Harris has this to say about her mom and dad's relationship to her new life:
"My parents come up here pretty much every weekend...Hef's friends were joking with them. They were like, 'Did you guys move in?' They're here, outside in the tent. They love it. They love coming here...They've made all kinds of new friends here...Hef has friends from all throughout the years, so my parents relate to some of the people more than me, so it's cool."
Harris and Hef tied the knot on New Year's Eve after a contentious engagement which included Harris leaving Hef shortly before they were supposed to be married the first time around.
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