Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst secretly tied the knot for the fourth time on a confidential date with a much younger woman named Arles in Los Angeles County, according to TMZ.
The blushing bride flaunted her diamond wedding ring in her Instagram profile picture and changed her bio to Mrs. D aka Arles Durst.
The Dad Vibes rap-rocker — who turns 52 on August 20 — was first [pictured ](https://youtu.be/1_4T8b6lkAU)with Arles on May 7 when he brought her onstage during a concert at Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
Arles sported an orange hoodie and blue jeans as she slow danced with Fred to George Michael’s 1984 hit Careless Whisper before Limp Bizkit performed their 1999 banger Nookie.
The brunette beauty is now stepmother to Durst’s 32-year-old daughter Adriana from his three-year marriage to first wife Rachel Tergesen, which ended in 1993.
Arles is also stepmother to the Florida-born, North Carolina-raised musician’s son Dallas — who turns 21 on August 30 — from his two-month fling with Jennifer Thayer in 2000.
Fred’s third marriage to Crimean make-up artist Kseniya Beryazina ended in 2019 after six years and a scandal, which led to him getting banned from visiting Ukraine for five years.
In 2015, Durst (born Frederick Mayne III) wrote a letter appealing administrators for a Russian passport in which he allegedly called President Vladimir Putin ‘a great guy with clear moral principles and a nice person.’
The Tribeca Jury Award-winning filmmaker was also previously married to Esther Nazarov for just three months in 2009.
On July 20, Fred provided an update about his mystery health condition in a TikTok post captioned: ‘Nothing to worry about. Gonna be better than ever!’
It was three days after Durst and his three-time Grammy-nominated nu metal band announced they were postponing the UK and European leg of their Still Sucks Tour due to ‘personal health concerns based on medical advice given by my personal physician.’
‘I decided to do some tests to make sure I’m in good physical condition and that everything’s okay,’ the avid golfer explained in an accompanying video.
‘To my surprise, my doctor has decided to send me a letter telling me he would not like me to tour at this time and to stay close by to do some more tests.
‘That being said, this was very unexpected news and I’m so sorry and I look forward to making it up to you as soon as possible and I can only thank you so much for your support.’
Limp Bizkit — founded in Florida 1995 — also features bassist Sam Rivers, drummer John Otto, guitarist Wes Borland, and DJ Lethal.