As “Yellowstone” stars Ryan Bingham and Hassie Harrison marry, here's what's going on with their characters

Walker and Laramie began dating in season 3.

All the interest in the happy news that actors Ryan Bingham and Hassie Harrison married in Texas this week was a reminder of the world's love for Yellowstone.

After all, Bingham and Harrison met on the blockbuster series, which he's appeared on since the first season in 2018, and Harrison joined in 2020, in season three.

The Taylor Sheridan-created series has spawned an entire universe of Western-flavored family drama on current and future shows such as 1883, 1923, 2024,1944, and 6666. The original, though, is set to end after a final batch of episodes is released in November.

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<p>Peacock</p> Real-life couple Hassie Harrison and Ryan Bingham costar in "Yellowstone."


Real-life couple Hassie Harrison and Ryan Bingham costar in "Yellowstone."

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New episodes of the original Paramount Network series last aired in January 2023, when Bingham's ranch hand Walker, a convicted felon who's made his home on the Dutton Ranch, thanks to manager Rip (Cole Hauser), headed to Texas. A group of cowboys from the Montana property needed to move some of the cattle at the property, because some of them had fallen ill. The idea was to save the ones who were still well by taking them down south to the 6666 ranch for a year.

Harrison's character Laramie, meanwhile, is a barrel racer and ranch hand who found love with Walker in the third season, causing chaos in the bunkhouse. It led to Walker being stabbed by Lloyd (Forrie J. Smith), Laramie's boyfriend until she met him, late in the fourth season.

It's unclear which of the many characters on the show will be on the final episodes.

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So while Walker and Laramie are separated by distance on the series, they're set to be together forever, thanks to — not the show, actually — but Harrison's mother.

"She and Ryan met by chance through a mutual friend at a charity event in Dallas during a production break. I wasn't there, but it just happened to be during a time when both Ryan and I were transitioning into new chapters of our lives," Harrison told Vogue for a story about their nuptials. "They got to talking and discovered just how many Texas-based friends and acquaintances we had in common — so sensing an opportunity, she encouraged Ryan to give me a call."

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