Several decades ago, Heart's Ann Wilson tried and failed to seduce Dean Wetter. But on Saturday, she finally landed her man as the two tied the knot.
"Dean and I first met in the '80s and went on a date where we both got smashed and I tried to seduce him," Wilson told People magazine. "Like the gentleman he is, he declined. Years passed, we got back in touch after we had both grown up, and pow! — It worked! Did it ever!"
The heart (or Heart) wants what it wants, right?
Wilson, 64, was long linked with Heart's manager Michael Fisher; the band's 1976 song "Magic Man" reportedly contains lyrics about their split. Wilson adopted a daughter, Marie, in 1991 and a son, Dustin, in 1998.
Wetter, who is also 64, and Wilson married under a floral arch in front of friends and family, People reported. Her dress was by Anthony Sartino, her shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti, and on her hand was a 2-carat white diamond in a platinum band and rose-cut white diamonds set in white gold briolette earrings.
Wilson said of Wetter, who works on multigenerational communities, "He is my friend, my angel, my husband. I am truly happy."
Rock on, you two!