July 28, 2022 | 12:13pm
Jessie James Decker attended her previously estranged brother John James’ wedding.
Jessie James Decker was all smiles at her previously estranged brother John James’ wedding on Monday.
While the fashion designer, 34, has yet to post pictures from the ceremony, she was featured in one of the 27-year-old groom’s social media uploads.
James Decker rocked a blue dress and gold heels in the family photo.
“So incredibly grateful for yesterday,” James captioned the Instagram slideshow Tuesday. “It truly felt like the highlight of my life to share that moment with my friends and family. After four years of trying, I finally got to marry my best friend.”
The Strong+Sexy Fit creator and his pregnant new wife, Ali Green, included daughters Emerson and Callie in the nuptials.
It is unclear whether James Decker’s three children — Vivianne, 8, Eric II, 6, and Forrest, 4 — attended the event.
The little ones were recently able to spend time with their cousins when the “Flip My Hair” singer reunited with her brother at a family birthday party.
James, who was “on the fence about going” because he was worried it would be “awkward,” called the experience “a dream come true” in a May episode of the “Spillover” podcast.
He gushed, “[The kids are] so loving and so good with one another. So it was really amazing to see.”
While there were not any “heart-to-heart” conversations with James Decker or her husband, Eric Decker, at the time, James said, “It was just very cordial for the sake of my mother, I’d say.
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“I definitely think it’s a start,” he continued. “A lot of wounds are still left to heal, but I definitely think it’s the start of something great.”
The country star, for her part, has yet to directly speak on her former estrangement or reconciliation with her younger sibling, but she did hint at their “personal family matter” in a June Instagram post.
“I’ve had some family issues a couple years ago that I have struggled with tremendously and still to this day make me break down and cry,” the Kittenish creator wrote last month.
“I would’ve never chosen to deal with that publicly and open that door … but it happened, and it still hurts my heart,” she concluded.