Alex Jarvis' marriages are a hot topic on 'Selling the OC' season 2: where does she stand with her fiancé, Sergio?

Her O Group rivals had doubts about her third engagement, but did Jarvis tie the knot this time?

Alex Jarvis trying on her wedding dressing in selling the oc season 2
(Image credit: Netflix © 2023)

In between big sales and bigger bickering matches, did Alex Jarvis get married?

Now that Selling the OC season 2 has made its way onto Netflix as of Friday, September 8, we're getting lost in the luxury and the drama. There's plenty happening in the romance department—not to point fingers, but let's point 'em at Alex Hall and Tyler Stanaland—and we can't help but wonder how things unfolded for our betrothed Southern native. 

So is Ms. Jarvis now a Mrs., or is she simply a "ring collector" as Polly Brindle rudely suggested? Here's everything we know. 

Alex Jarvis' marriages: did she tie the knot for a third time on camera?

While her wedding is a hot topic of conversation—and we get a sneak peek at her stunning $50,000 Michael Costello dress during a fitting—Alex Jarvis didn't get married least not in Selling the OC season 2. Her engagement was mentioned quite frequently, as it was her third overall. This was a little tidbit that some of Jarvis' castmates didn't mind using against her, but she insisted the third time was the charm and admitted she had to "kiss a lot of frogs" to get to her current place. Little is known about her previous relationships.

But considering her two-year-engagement seemed long, everyone was curious if, in fact, the third time was actually the charm. Rest assured, naysayers (*cough* Polly Brindle *cough*), Jarvis did marry Sergio Ducoulombier in one of the most romantic locations in the world: Villa del Balbianello in Lake Como, Italy. Talk about amore! After their "I do's" they hopped on a boat to Bellagio to enjoy some Italian cuisine. (Honestly, this sounds like the perfect way to cap off a wedding.)

"Four years ago he walked into a restaurant and stole my attention and my heart," Jarvis wrote on Instagram. "Two months ago I chose him and he chose me. Nothing worth pursuing is easy or perfect, and love is certainly no exception. But loving you @sergioducoulombier is the easiest decision I ever made."

She revealed in confessionals that she and Sergio, the CEO of Slip Cash Inc., decided to go against the norm and just elope...and they did in April 2023. 

"We wanted to have a very intimate and romantic wedding day without all the traditional expectations around us," Jarvis told People. "So we decided, let's the two of us go to Italy. We've been before and it's actually where I told him I loved him. He had already told me he loved me, but I held back for a little while."

What were those swinger rumors about?

In season 2 of the show, there was a lot of talk about Jarvis' other half, Sergio, and Jarvis' friend group in Cali—particularly during an alleged Halloween party. 

"It was the strangest party I’ve ever been to. A bunch of, like, rich, fat men with, like, beautiful women everywhere,” Austin Victoria told co-workers in season 2. "She [Jarvis] got really weird when she saw me like she wasn’t supposed to be there. … I’m not saying that [it was a swinger’s party]. I’ve been to some weird parties in L.A. and that by far beats them all."

Jarvis shut down those rumors in a joint interview with US Weekly

"I don’t know if we have enough time to unpack that. Actually, Austin, I would like to know what drugs you were on that night for you to think that that’s what happened," she said. 

Looks like there's still tension on that front. If you need us, you know where to find us: on the couch, scoping out the million-dollar properties and taking in all of those O Group rumors. 

Selling the OC season 2 is available to stream on Netflix beginning Friday, September 8. 

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few. 

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