When exchanging vows with Kasi Williams, Wicks promised not only to love her for the rest of her life, but also the three daughters she brought into the marriage. Wicks is clearly head over heels for the girls as seen in a video posted to his Instagram.
“Ahhh.. Living in a house full of girls!! Which means impromptu dance parties at anytime.. such as this demonstration at 11pm last night in Avery’s room when @kasirosa and I got back from an event and the girls weren’t asleep yet. They were ready to GO,” he wrote with the clip. “You’ll of course see Avery with her signature move. 🤷♂️😂. You’ll catch @m.akenziesaige coming in and out of camera 🎥 shot…Pending on how she feels about her current dance move at the time… and then the birthday girl today.. @maddiemorstad Happy Birthday 🎁🎈🎂🎉 here’s to many more Dance Parties!! I was on the vocals.. they left me hanging.. lol. I sang half of the right words but the girls definitely kept the beat 🥁 Peep 👀 Gunner with the cameo at the end. To all the households full of estrogen… God Bless!! This is gonna be fun!”
The clip shows the family dancing to Queen’s “We Will Rock You.” 8-year-old Avery dances center screen from the top of her bed, while sisters Madison and Makenzie party nearby. At the close of the clip, the family’s dog Gunner joins in on the fun, trying to jump up and join Avery on the bed.
Wicks’ love for Kasi’s daughters is apparent, as Kasi made a point to call it out during their vows in Cabo San Lucas.
“I never believed a love like this existed. Thank you for the way you love me and especially the way you love my girls,” the bride said of her daughters (Avery is from a previous marriage, and she adopted Madison and Makenzie during that marriage after their mother passed away) in an Instagram teaser video from their nuptials.
He later shared his own dedication post, introducing his fans to the new women in his life.
“I can honestly say I never in a million years thought I would Marry someone with Children. It wasn’t in the ‘plan.’ But isn’t it funny how it all works out. We can plan all we want but ultimately the ‘plan’ is not in our hands. I’ve always been a big believer that everything happens for a reason.. looking back on all the decisions I’ve made or what I’ve done with opportunities that have come my way can oddly all make sense now. At the time I didn’t see it. But there is a plan.. a Beautiful one..for all of us,” he wrote in part.