Air Force medic Priscilla Pazmino and her fiancé, New Jersey police officer Joseph Muller Jr., got married during Fox & Friends' Valentine's Day episode

By Maria Pasquini
February 14, 2019 12:46 PM
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This couple celebrated Valentine’s Day by getting married — on live television!

On a very special Valentine’s Day episode of Fox & Friends, Air Force medic Priscilla Pazmino said “I do” to her fiancé, New Jersey police officer Joseph Muller Jr.

Before the couple actually tied the knot, Pazmino, who served in the Air Force for eight years, opened up about how she was given her wedding dress for free after a local company shut down and decided to donate its hundreds of gowns to veterans.

“They came to us and said, ‘Listen we have this inventory of 500 new bridal gowns. We really would like to put them into the hands of veterans, or families of veterans that can use them,'” Camden County, New Jersey spokesperson Dan Keashen said on-air, explaining that they put out the word on social media and “started a campaign around saluting the dress.”

“It was an amazing opportunity,” Pazmino said.

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Priscilla Pazmino and Joseph Muller Jr.
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Another once-in-lifetime opportunity was right around the corner: getting the call from Fox & Friends, inviting them to exchange vows on-air!

Pazmino explained that she was in her car on the way back from the gym when she got the call on Wednesday.

“I was trying to figure out why she was swerving a little bit,” her husband-to-be, who was driving behind her at the time, jokingly added.

Although many of the couple’s friends and family weren’t able to attend the ceremony since it was arranged at the last minute, the co-hosts of Fox & Friends stepped in.

Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade acted as groomsmen, while Ainsley Earhardt and Jillian Mele acted as bridesmaids.

However, there were two very important members of Pazmino’s family in attendance: her children. In a sweet touch, the veteran’s 5-year-old son Mason was the couple’s ring bearer, while her 5-year-old daughter Isabella was the flower girl.

While officiating the ceremony, author Christopher Shelley joked, “Everyone knows that the best marriages begin on Fox & Friends on a Thursday morning.”

Making their day even sweeter, after becoming husband and wife, FOX & Friends surprised the couple with a honeymoon to sandals Royal Barbados.

Fox & Friends airs weekdays at 6 a.m. ET on Fox.