ASHLEY Reagan is best known as a descendant of a former US President.
On May 5, 2023, the 40-year-old married in Montecito, California.
Who is Ashley Reagan married to?
Ashley Reagan and police officer Joe Dunster tied the knot at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in early May.
“We looked at a lot of beautiful venues, but we wanted a personal connection,” Ashley said PEOPLE.
After exchanging traditional vows, the pair held their celebration with friends and family at the Ronald Reagan Ranch Center – a nod to their late grandfather.
She told the outlet, “It was everything I dreamed of.”
Joe’s 7-year-old son Colt acted as his best man – which made the moment extra special.
“It means a lot to me because he has three little boys,” Ashley told PEOPLE. “It feels really special to make a promise to Joe, but I also promise the boys to be a part of their lives, to love them as if they were my own and to care for them as if they were them. ‘ ‘Are my own. It was very special.”
Joe is also a father to five-year-old twins Duke and Walker, while Ashley has no children of her own.
Ashley and her husband met when they were children but didn’t start dating until March 2021, when the two started dating again.
Who is Ashley Reagan?
Ashley is originally from Sherman Oaks, California and currently resides in Los Angeles.
She received her bachelor’s degree in liberal studies from California Lutheran University and attended graduate school at Pepperdine University.
She has been involved in the education system for over 13 years and is currently a Catholic school principal.
When not in the classroom, Ashley often helps out with the Reagan Legacy Foundation.
How is Ashley Reagan related to Ronald Reagan?
Ashley is the granddaughter of Ronald Reagan – the 40thth President of the United States.
She and her brother Cameron are the children of President Reagan’s eldest son, Michael Reagan, and his second wife, Colleen Sterns.
Accordingly The Society of the Descendants of the President: “Ashley, known by the Secret Service as ‘Raindrop,’ was born on April 12, 1983 during President Reagan’s first term and served with the Secret Service for the remainder of his presidency.”