The Young and the Restless' Chris McKenna is married

Posted Tuesday, May 10, 2022 2:32:57 AM
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"Can't keep it a secret any longer!" enthuses Chris McKenna (ex-Mark Harding, The Young and the Restless) of the news that he eloped with his girlfriend, Lovisa, during the pandemic.

Congratulations are in order for Chris McKenna (ex-Det. Mark Harding, The Young and the Restless; ex-Joey Buchanan, One Life to Live), who has officially taken himself off the market and now calls himself a husband.

The actor took to Twitter and Instagram with a short video clip of him and his new wife along with the caption, "We're married!! Can't keep it a secret any longer. We eloped during the pandemic."

McKenna added that he is "so happy, so proud, and so very deeply in love with this woman" before officially introducing "the incredible, the brilliant, the amazing, Mrs. Lovisa McKenna!"

The actor's former Y&R co-stars Jessica Collins (ex-Avery Clark) and Christian LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin) joined in with many fan to share their congratulations to the happy couple, as did OLTL alum Ryan Phillippe (ex-Billy Douglas).

McKenna got his start in acting with the role of Joey Buchanan on One Life to Live, which he played from 1990 to 1993. He went on to appear in series like Opposite Sex and 90210 before briefly returning to daytime as Y&R's Detective Mark Harding from 2014 to 2015 and as The Bold and the Beautiful's Dr. Hayden in 2016. Since that time, his credits include Frequency, Grimm, Major Crimes, and Good Trouble.

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