Ex-teacher weds student
Letourneau served seven years for raping boy, now 22
(CNN) -- A teacher who served more than seven years in prison for raping one of her sixth-grade students is now married to that former student.
They already have two children.
Mary Kay Letourneau, 43, married Vili Fualaau, now 22, in Woodinville, Washington, outside Seattle Friday.
Letourneau was released from prison in August after serving seven and a half years for raping a child. Fualaau was 13 -- and a student in Letourneau's class -- when the two began a sexual relationship.
She gave birth to their daughter shortly after her 1997 conviction.
She served six months and was released on probation, but was ordered to serve her full sentence after she and Fualaau were found together in a van, in violation of a no-contact order.
She gave birth to their second daughter while in prison.
Letourneau told CNN's Larry King last year that their daughters regularly visited her in prison while living with Fualaau's mother. She said her relationship with her four children from her previous marriage was not as close.
Letourneau told King she did not know having a sexual relationship with Fualaau was a felony.
"It just -- I knew it just didn't -- just wasn't normal," she said. "It's not that I wouldn't have still had feelings, or that he wouldn't still have feelings, but ... I don't know how anyone does something knowing something's a felony."
During her October appearance on "Larry King Live" Letourneau said she planned to begin volunteering in a program to aid incarcerated women and said she may look for a paid job as a legal research assistant or a teacher at a community college.
She said Fualaau, who never finished high school, was not working.