According to reports, Kelly Rohrbach has reportedly secretly married Steuart Walton, heir to the Walmart fortune in the Walton family, following a two year romance.
In addition to being born into the billionaire Walton family, he is a director of Walmart, co-founder of the private equity firm RZC Investments, and founder of Game Composites, a composite aircraft manufacturer. He’s also an attorney, pilot, businessman and philanthropist. Yes, he’s apparently quite busy.
Kelly is well-known for being a model and actress. She is most well known for her modeling work in Sports Illustrated and for her role as C.J. Parker in the reboot film Baywatch. Pamela Anderson first made this character in the original 1989 television series.
Our sources informed us that Kelly, age 29, and her handsome billionaire husband, age 38, tied the knot in Florida a couple of weeks ago.
A source told the site that they attended a friend’s wedding recently wearing matching wedding bands, but unfortunately we don’t have photographs.
Back in March, the loved-up pair were pictured on a coffee run, with Kelly sporting a diamond engagement ring for her casual outing.
The love birds both attended Georgetown. Additionally, she also grew up in an affluent place: Greenwich, Connecticut. She is the daughter of Anne (née Wholey) and Clay Rohrbach, a financier. With an upbringing such as her’s, she is likely used to living in affluence.
Back in May 2017, a source told us that the couple had been dating for “four or five months,” and that Steuart even provided Kelly “flying lessons on his personal plane.”
Kelly had a speedy rise to fame as a model that ended with the Rookie Of The Year Award in the 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
She has transitioned to acting over the last six or seven years, with roles like C.J. Parker in the 2017 film Baywatch.
Kelly has also gust-starred on The New Normal (2013), Two And A Half Men (2013), and Broad City (2016).
Rohrbach had a role in A Rainy Day In New York, a romantic comedy released in 2018, which was written and directed by Woody Allen and starred Timothy Chalamet, Selena Gomez, Elle Fanning, Jude law, Rebecca Hall, and Liev Schreiber.
However, Amazon Studios set aside the project, due to the 1992 assault allegation against Allen that cropped up during the start of the Me Too movement, which is a movement against sexual harassment and sexual assault.