Eminem just welcomed a son-in-law.
Alaina Scott, the rapper’s eldest daughter, married Matt Moeller last Friday in an outdoor wedding in Detroit, Michigan, in front of 125 of their closest relatives and friends.
“June 9, 2023, simply one of the best days of my life,” the 30-year-old bride captioned a carousel of photos from the party on Instagram.
“In this lifetime and in the next, my soul will always find yours.”
Scott and Moeller were photographed kissing on a rooftop and then again in a lift, hugging by a vintage car, flashing their wedding rings, sharing their first dance, and posing with their wedding party, which included Eminem’s other daughter, Hailie Scott, who served as one of the maids of honor.
Alaina looked stunning in an embroidered, mermaid-style gown with off-the-shoulder drapery and an over-the-top tulle train for the special occasion.
Her down and wavy brown hair was accessorized with a bejeweled headband and a lengthy veil, and she wore a deep red lip that matched her warm-colored florals.
Moeller donned a white tuxedo jacket over black slacks, while the rest of the wedding party — bridesmaids and groomsmen alike — wore all black.
“Not me zooming in to look for Eminem,” one social media user joked beneath the photographs, which did not appear to feature musician Marshall Mathers.
Moeller proposed to Alaina in December 2021, after more than seven years of dating.
Meanwhile, Hailie, her younger sister, got engaged to Evan McClintock, her longtime lover, in February.
McClintock later revealed how he sought permission from the siblings’ domineering father.
Hailie was born in 1995 to Eminem and his ex-wife Kim Scott.
In the early 2000s, he formally adopted Alaina, whom he refers to as Lainey. Her mother, Kim’s sister, battled drug addiction and died of a suspected overdose in 2016.
Stevie Scott, Eminem’s third child, is 21 years old and has two biological parents: Kim and the man she dated between her two marriages to the Grammy winner, Eric Hartter.
During the exes’ reconciliation, Eminem formally adopted Stevie in 2005. Hartter is said to have died in 2019.
Stevie, formerly Whitney, came out as non-binary in August 2021.