What Stassi Schroeder's Husband Beau Clark Does For A Living

Stassi Schroeder and Beau Clark just tied the knot ... again! The couple has been posting uber-romantic photos of their Italian wedding. According to E! News, the former "Vanderpump Rules" couple initially got married in a small surprise ceremony in 2020 after COVID-19 ruined their original wedding plans. However, this time around they were able to have their nuptials in the location of their dreams — Rome, Italy. Of course, the icing on the cake was that their May 12 celebration could include their daughter, Hartford Charlie Rose Clark

Per Us Weekly, some Bravo stars, such as Tom Schwartz and Scheana Shay, were noticeably absent when Schroeder and Clark exchanged vows. Only BFF Katie Maloney attended the wedding. An insider reportedly told the outlet that "Stassi had to cut down her guest list." They continued, "Some of her family, friends, and former costars, including Scheana, had to be disinvited." Kristen Doute has also spoken out about why she did not make the trip to Italy. She replied to a fan who wanted to know why she wasn't at the wedding, "[S]o sad I missed Rome but we have a wedding here we had already booked! I'm soo happy she got her dream wedding."

It seems as if the couple was selective about their guests and kept it intimate because destination weddings don't come cheap. But what exactly does Clark do for a living?  

Beau Clark works in the entertainment industry

Beau Clark is a commercial casting and advertising associate, per his Instagram bio. Unlike some of Stassi Schroeder's former castmates, who were SURvers and bartenders, Clark has a more conventional career. Schroeder told Entertainment Tonight that they had an "awkward conversation" when she revealed she's a reality star. "He's like, 'Yeah, no.' He's like, 'I'm not doing a reality show.' He's like, 'No, I have a normal career.'" However, he ended up joining the cast until Schroeder was fired from the show in 2020.

Clark previously opened up about his career, per Bravo. "I came out here to direct and get into casting back when I was 22. But then when you're in the room and someone was like, 'Hey Beau, do you want to do this part for X amount of money?' I'm like, oh yes, because that's a crapload of money. So that's why I randomly did acting." He also shared the backstory of "The Loneliness of a Long Distance Dreamer," the 2010 short film in which he starred. He revealed that he never saw the movie and, many years later, ran into a director who sent him a link to the movie. "[I]t opens up with me making out with some chick. I'm like, 'That mouth looks really familiar.' And then I fast-forwarded it to the end, and I go to the credits and it says, 'Kristen Doute.'" Wonder how that conversation with Schroeder went down ... cringe!

Beau Clark and Stassi Schroeder team up for family podcast

Stassi Schroeder and Beau Clark left "Vanderpump Rules" in 2020 and have moved on with their lives. Not only did they get married in their garden in 2020, but they also became the proud parents of a daughter in January 2021. Schroeder took to Instagram to say, "Beau & I have spent the last couple of weeks enjoying every moment with our daughter. Every cuddle, every sound, every poop, all of it ... Meet Hartford Charlie Rose Clark, the best thing that's ever happened to me." As for Clark, he introduced his daughter to his social media fans by saying, "She's a frowning, sleeping, crying, pooping bundle of light in my life ... Life is Good."

It seems as if parenthood had a profound effect on the couple because they now host a paid podcast focused on their parenting journey. The couple's podcast, "The Good The Bad The Baby" can be found on Patreon and promises that their offering is "an honest, judgment-free zone where we will share our journey to becoming new parents." Even though they are no longer on "Vanderpump Rules," Clark and Schroeder are still sharing their journey with ardent fans. Their next-level family business portrays the couple's current journey, which is very different from when they were glitzing it in the fast-paced world of reality TV.