Trevor Engelson
Trevor Engelson just tied the knot in a low-key ceremony in California. Pictured: Engelson arrives to the premiere Of FX's 'Snowfall' Season 2 at Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14 on July 16, 2018 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Christopher Polk

Meghan Markle’s ex-husband, Trever Engelson, tied the knot with heiress Tracey Kurland less than five months after the Duchess of Sussex wed Prince Harry.

Matthew Robinson, a journalist for Express, claimed that Engelson’s nutritionist wife is richer than the Duke of Sussex. Kurland is an heiress to her dad’s $200 million fortune in stock options. He used to work as a senior executive at Countrywide, a mortgage lender. He also served as the CEO of PennyMac until 2016.

Engelson and Kurland started dating in November 2017, around the same time that Markle and Prince Harry got engaged. After the Royals tied the knot on May 19, Engelson decided to ask for Kurland’s hand in marriage just a few weeks later. The couple wed in a low-key ceremony at a private property in Hidden Hills, California.

“The wedding seemed like a small, casual but intimate affair – a world away from Meghan’s huge marriage to Harry in England. The bride and groom looked so much in love and very happy together. The whole event was so them,” a source said.

Markle and Engelson met in 2004, and they dated for seven years before tying the knot in 2011. Two years later, they decided to file for a divorce.

Meanwhile, Markle and Prince Harry seem unfazed by news about Engelson and Kurland’s marriage. The royal couple just incorporated something from their royal wedding to their upcoming overseas tour in Australia.

Karen Gibson, the director of Kingdom Choir, revealed that they have been asked to perform at the Invictus Games later this month.

“The choir and I are super excited to be going to Australia to sing at the Invictus Games later this month. We love what the Games stand for and are privileged to be able to honor the men and women competing,” she said (via The Sun).

The Kingdom Choir sang a beautiful rendition of Ben E. King’s hit song, “Stand By Me,” at Prince Harry and Markle’s royal wedding.

Prince Harry and Markle made their first official public appearance at the Invictus Games in Toronto in 2016. The Paralympics event was found by Prince Harry in 2014.