Jodie Sweetin Is Officially Married, Plus More of the 'Full House' Cast's Real-Life Loves

Everywhere you look, the Full House family continues growing

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Jodie Sweetin Engaged Primary:
Jodie Sweetin and Mescal Wasilewski. Jodie Sweetin/Instagram

On Jan. 17, 2022, Sweetin announced she was engaged to boyfriend Mescal Wasilewski, days before her 40th birthday.

The Hollywood Darlings star started out the sweet caption announcing the big news with a quote by Maya Angelou, writing, "In all the world there is no heart for me like yours. In all the world there is no love for you like mine."

The pair then wed in an intimate ceremony at a private home in Malibu on July 30, 2022.

Sweetin is mom to teen daughters Zoie (whom she shares with ex Cody Herpin) and Beatrice (with ex Morty Coyle).

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After nearly two years of dating, Stamos took his relationship with model-actress McHugh to the next level with a 2017 proposal straight out of a Disney movie. "I've been waiting for the perfect girl for over a decade and she walked into my life," Stamos told PEOPLE. "I mean everybody knows that I've always loved family, and I wanted to have a family some day and get married again, and everyone's like, 'Why don't you just do it!? Why don't you just do it!?' "

"Everybody thinks it's so easy. The hard part was me," explained Stamos. "Like I wasn't the best me. I was ready, but no one as perfect as Caitlin — a true, pure beautiful person inside — would've never gone for the old me, a few years ago."

A few months later, Stamos made another big announcement: the couple was expecting their first child together!

On April 10, 2018, they welcomed son Billy, two months after tying the knot in an intimate ceremony in California.

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In November 2017, Saget announced he'd proposed to TV host Rizzo, whom he met in 2015. The Full House star, who was previously married and dad to three grown daughters with ex-wife Sherri Kramer, was convinced he wouldn't find love the second time around.

"I didn't think I'd have a relationship again," he told Closer Weekly. "I was kind of in that 'just work, make people happy and take care of your kids until they're 90' mindset."

All of that changed when Saget met the Eat Travel Rock host. "My daughters love her! She's a remarkable person, and she's really talented ... I'm happier today," he shared.

The pair married in a beachside wedding in October of 2018, though sadly their time together was cut short, as Saget died suddenly in January of 2022. Rizzo continues to keep his memory alive, and recently told fans she talks to his daughters every day.

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Coulier married Los Angeles-based photographer and producer Bring in a 2014 ceremony that was attended by his Full House costars.

"Melissa has been, truly, my best friend for nine years," Coulier told PEOPLE in announcing their engagement. "We simply thought we would just make it a lifetime. I can't wait."

Coulier is dad to Luc, his adult son from a previous marriage to Jayne Modean.

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Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli in 2012.

Despite Full House fans shipping Loughlin's Aunt Becky and Stamos's Uncle Jesse through the years, Loughlin has been married to fashion designer Giannulli for nearly 25 years. The pair share daughters Olivia and Isabella.

"I don't post many pictures of my own husband on Instagram because every time I do, I get a bunch of comments saying, 'You should have married John Stamos,' " she once told PEOPLE, adding that Giannulli "commented on my Instagram, 'I agree – she should have!' "

Together, the family was embroiled in the 2019 "Varsity Blues" college admissions bribery scandal, when it was discovered they paid more than $500,000 to have their daughters admitted to the University of Southern California as members of the rowing team. Loughlin served two months in prison for her actions in late 2020, with Giannulli sentenced to five months for his part in the scandal.

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The Full House star opened up about her decades-long marriage to hockey player Bure in her book, Balancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose, where she wrote about taking more of a "submissive" role in their relationship. The statement caused a bit of controversy, and prompted the actress to clarify her quotes on HuffPost Live.

"Listen, I love that my man is a leader. I want him to lead and be the head of our family and those major decisions do fall on him," Cameron Bure said. "It doesn't mean I don't voice my opinion and it doesn't mean I don't have an opinion — I absolutely do but it is very difficult to have two heads of authority," the mother of three admitted. "It doesn't work ... And when you're competing with two heads that can pose a lot of problems or issues. So within my marriage we are equal in our importance. But we are different in our performances in our marriage."

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