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Danielle Peck elopes

Danielle Peck elopes

DANIELLE PECK:She's a married woman. Photo: Associated Press

Country singer Danielle Peck is a married woman after eloping with fiancé Josh Smith in Ireland.

The “Findin’ a Good Man” singer tied the knot last Thursday at the romantic 19th century Belleek Castle in Ballina.

Peck has shared the exciting news in a statement which reads: “This day was a dream come true for me. I’ve married my best friend and look forward to spending the rest of my life with the one I love, and I truly couldn’t be happier!”

The pair first met at a party in late 2012, and Smith proposed to Peck in December.

The couple was planning on an elaborate wedding, but opted to elope while Smith was working as a tour production manager for the Eagles on the group’s European tour.

Peck and Smith are planning a reception with their family and friends later this summer in Nashville, Tennessee.

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