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Nicole and Michael Phelps have yet another wedding -- this time on New Year's Eve

Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps and his wife Nicole got hitched … again.

The couple quietly wed in Arizona, where they now live, in June, then hosted a reception and ceremony in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, in October. They followed all of that excitement with a New Year's Eve wedding reception in Phoenix, according to bridal publication Brides.

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The Olympic swimmer, who grew up in the Baltimore area, and the former Miss California USA ended the year with a glamorous black tie reception at the Arizona Biltmore, which featured a black and gold decor that channeled "The Great Gatsby."

Michael Phelps and Nicole Johnson shared details about their October wedding with Brides.com this week, along with photos and video from the special occasion.

The event included a vintage champagne cart, confetti blast, a slow-motion video booth and photo booth. The Phelpses served a six-tiered Art Deco-inspired wedding cake made up of two flavors — chocolate with peanut butter and vanilla bean buttercream with Reese's cups, and vanilla with strawberry buttercream and strawberry purée.

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It's been quite a year for Michael Phelps, who we learned last week did in fact get married in between two of the other big moments in his life.

The couple cut the cake before the clock struck midnight, according to Brides, and a menu of finger foods and small dishes were served all night long, including bulgogi short rib tacos, sloppy Joes, waffle fries, and potato chips with Old Bay seasoning (way to rep Maryland, Phelps!).

You can see photos and read more about the evening on Brides' website.

The ritzy celebration seems like a worthy end to 2016, which featured major highlights for the couple, including the birth of their first child, Boomer, in May; Michael Phelps' record-breaking wins at the Rio Olympics in August; and, of course, their other two weddings.

Olympian Michael Phelps journey started in Baltimore and now has covered five Olympics, winning 28 Olympic medals and 23 gold medals. He is considered one of the greatest athletes of all time. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun video)
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