“Selling the OC” is back for season two, and the new episodes are more drama-packed than ever. It won’t surprise returning viewers that Alexandra Jarvis is one of the realtors who finds herself at the center of some of the squabbling — including fights about her (at the time) impending marriage to Sergio Ducoulombier. The pair ultimately tie the knot at the end of the season, with the marriage taking place in April 2023. The duo eloped in Italy, and Jarvis is vocal on the show that she and Ducoulombier wanted a small celebration together. But “Selling the OC” viewers might have a few questions about who Ducoulombier is and how they met. Here’s what to know about Jarvis’s husband.
Jarvis, 33, shared in June 2020 that she and Ducoulombier, 47, had been together a year. She wrote on Instagram at the time, “The 52 weeks since this gorgeous man entered my life have been a true ‘more than’ experience… More than what I had envisioned. More than what I had desired. Just continually ‘more than’ and the love I have for this one is more than I could express in words.”
She announced their engagement on Instagram that December, writing in part, “Just over the moon to marry the love of my life, my best friend, my ride or die.”
They married in Italy’s Lake Como on April 14. “We wanted to have a very intimate and romantic wedding day without all the traditional expectations around us,” Jarvis told People about their decision to elope at the time.
As for Ducoulombier, according to his LinkedIn, he is the CEO of a company called Slip Cash, which enables “frictionless” cash payments between phones. He graduated from the University of Washington in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management. Though Ducoulombier hasn’t played a major role on “Selling the OC” yet, if the show returns for a third season, we could see more of the couple’s life as newlyweds.