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You can't accuse Father Cutié of not loving the spotlight a little. The former Catholic priest and current reluctant anti-celibacy poster boy sat down with People en Español for an exclusive cover story interview. He even provided some wedding photos and honeymoon shots. 


Then again, it's only fitting that a couple whose relationship was exposed so publicly in a tabloid allow their wedding album to be published in one. 

"The wedding was really the one of my dreams. I always wanted to get married. Ever since I was young, I thought about being married one day and having children. And the truth is it wasn't until my adolescence that I decided I wanted to become a priest," Cutié says to the mag.

"We were in heaven, as this is what we wanted most: exchanging vows that came from our heart and souls before God," adds his new wife, Ruhama. 

As for the speculation about Cutié's sexuality and other rumors surrounding the couple, the ex-priest says, "Why go on insisting on something that is normal between a man and a woman? Why look for other things that aren't there? I never thought this would be exposed so publicly, that so many people would pass judgment."

Many celebrities cut deals with tabloids to exclusively sell their wedding pictures. No word if this is the situation here. 

To read the full article, click here. Exclusive photo gallery is here


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