Randy Fenoli, the Say Yes to the Dress star, got engaged to his partner Mete Kobal, on Saturday at the Marmara Park Avenue hotel in New York City. They had been dating for a year prior to this.
“I’m so in love,” Fenoli told People Magazine. “Every day I’m giddy. And every day just gets more amazing. It really does. It’s easy. It’s nothing what I thought a relationship was and nothing like I’ve ever had in the past. It’s unbelievable.”
Event planner Marcy Blum talked about how Fenoli planned an elaborate surprise for Kobal’s proposal for months in advance.
“Randy’s vision was over-the-top, lush décor, a big wow moment and all his family and friends in one room to celebrate his proposal to Mete,” Blum said. “He really wanted to surprise Mete with a beautiful moment for him to remember always.”
Fenoli admitted that he wasn’t certain marriage was in the cards for him before meeting his now-fiancé. “I’m the king of bridal. I’ve been doing this bridal for 30 years, and I honestly just never thought it was going to happen for me,” he says.
“And I was OK with that,” he added. “I was like, ‘Honestly I have my career, I have my home, I have my dog, I have my mom,’ and I’m like, ‘I’m just going to be single the rest of my life.’ And then I met Mete.”
Randy Fenoli age
Randy Fenoli was born on January 30, 1964, which makes him 58 years of age.
Randy Fenoli net worth
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Fenoli has an estimated net worth of $8 million.
Also Read | Michelle Yeoh: Age, husband, career, net worth
He reportedly draws a salary of $3 million from hosting shows like TLC’s Say Yes To The Dress and Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best.
Randy Fenoli career
Fenoli is a fashion designer and television personality who is best known for starring in TV shows like Randy’s Wedding Rescue and Say Yes To The Dress.
In 1992, he decided to become a fashion designer. Presently, he is the Fashion Director at the wedding dress store Kleinfeld Bridal. In 1990 Fenoli won the Miss Gay America competition and used the prize money to enroll at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology.
He debuted on television on TLC’s Say Yes To The Dress in 2007 and started hosting the series Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best in 2011.