Rachel Uchitel, the most famous mistress on the planet and home wrecker for Tiger Woods and David Boreanaz, is now saving marriages and having a wedding of her own.
Boreanaz, of Bones and Angel fame, says his affair with Uchitel ended up strengthening his marriage with former Playmate Jaime Bergman, and the multiple mistress herself ended up tying the knot with former Penn State football player Matt Hahn Saturday, Oct. 1 in Las Vegas, Nev.
In the past, Uchitel has been famous (and infamous) for the relationships she's destroyed, not those she's helped save. The 36-year-old nightclub manager first came into the media spotlight as the number one mistress of golfer Tiger Woods. Although she denied the affair, and that with Boreanaz, Uchitel eventually came clean about both.
While Woods' marriage to Swedish model Elin Nordegren is over and done, Uchitel's revelations did wonders for David Boreanaz. [The revelation of the affair] was a bonding experience, in the long run, the actor said.
They also seemed to have helped Uchitel. The bride was married once before to Steven Ehrenkranz, an old friend, and engaged to James Andrew O'Grady, an investment banker who died in the 9/11 attacks. Her relationship with Hahn, however, was largely kept under wraps, already an extraordinary difference.
A spokesman for Uchitel described the marriage as unplanned, and said the couple was inspired by a wedding they'd attended that weekend. She wore a long orange dress, and had twelve friends present for the ceremony.
Even in something decided on the sput of the moment, however, Uchitel had to bring in the celebrity element. She and her 10-years-younger hubby exchanged vows at the Little White Wedding Chapel, famous for celebrity marriage ceremonies including that of Britney Spear, Michael Jordan, and Demi Moore.
We are really happy and feel extremely fortunate to have one another, Uchitel told Radio Online. For her, marriage at the Little White Wedding Chapel may be the best thing that's happened to her in a very long time. I feel very blessed, Hahn said, to come home to such an amazing person every night.
Boreanaz, meanwhile, a father of two, has also come to see marriage as a journey of ups and downs. In a sacred ground like marriage, he said, you find yourself out of it at certain times for reasons unknown, that can be destructive.
He even made what one hopes is an unconscious nod to his Angel character, the vampire with a soul. There could be a demon, he said, that kind of comes out and overtakes you. Maybe he's been working with Joss Whedon for too long, but if thinking of adultery as demon helps, his fans must be all for it.