‘RHOM’ star Marysol Patton, husband Steve McNamara renew vows in Scotland

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Marysol Patton and her husband, Steve McNamara, renewed their vows at the historic Ardgowan Castle in Scotland on Saturday.

“My mom predicted I would get married again and again and again. So I am — to Steve!” the “Real Housewives of Miami” star tells Page Six exclusively of Elsa Patton, who died in May 2019 at the age of 84.

“We are already planning the next one, and it’s going to be fabulous,” she adds.

The couple, who have been married for two years, chose the location for their vow renewal ceremony to honor their Scottish roots.

We’re told Marysol, 56, worked with Miami-based designer Wade Hallock to create a stunning green and navy tartan gown fixed with a bow at the neck to wear for the joyous occasion.

She accessorized with a matching beaded headband by the same label and carried a coordinating bouquet of flowers.

Meanwhile, McNamara, 62, looked dapper in a white and black tuxedo layered over a blue and white striped shirt.

Following the emotional ceremony, Marysol and McNamara enjoyed an intimate, festive brunch cooked by chef Mike Paul of New York City’s Porchlight.

Guests dined on decadent, traditional Scottish dishes made with locally sourced ingredients like fig tart, herb-roasted lamb rump with rosemary-roasted potatoes and sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice cream and walnuts.

The lovebirds shared a sweet kiss at the privately owned stately manor as they were showered with confetti and bagpipes blared in photos obtained by Page Six.

We first broke the news in April 2021 that Marysol and McNamara had quietly married in Tulum, Mexico.

They said “I do” with a traditional Mayan ceremony involving rituals led by a shaman to honor the bride’s late mom.

“It was the basis of her mom’s spiritual-religious roots,” a source shared at the time. “She felt her mom’s influence guided her to have this kind of ceremony — Elsa is still in charge!”

The reality star, who appeared on “RHOM” full-time from 2011 to 2013, had been accused of marrying the businessman to create a storyline to increase her chances of being cast in Peacock’s reboot of the show, which premiered in 2021.

However, Marysol tells Page Six that there is no truth to the chatter.

My life does not revolve around the show,” she says. “I’m too old to do things I do not want to do. And I don’t need money that badly!”

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Marysol did end up returning as a “friend of the Housewives” alongside full-time cast members Lisa Hochstein, Larsa Pippen, Alexia Nepola, Julia Lemigova, Guerdy Abraira and Nicole Martin. She also starred in Season 3 of “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.”

Marysol and McNamara first tied the knot nearly one year after their relationship began. While they were never formally engaged, a source at the time said their nuptials were no surprise.

“They have been stuck like glue since they met,” said the insider.

The Bravolebrity was previously married to Philippe Pautesta-Herder from 2010 to 2012.

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