The celebrations continue for now-legally married Vanderpump Rules' stars Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz. The two had had a second wedding and submitted a signed marriage certificate...

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Katie: Katherine, Katharine, Kathryn, Catherine, Kaitlyn, Kathern, Cathern, Kate, Katy, Katerina, Catharine, Cathy, Cathaleen, Kathleen, Katija or even in rare cases when the spelling is Kaitie
Maloney: Maloney is a surname of Irish origin. The name 'Maloney' is derived from the old Irish 'Ua Maol Dhmhnaigh. Their family motto is 'In Domino Et Non In Arcu Sperabo' which is translated as 'In God and not in my bow I will hope.'