NASCAR's Christopher Bell Married His Best Friend Morgan in February — Meet Her
Christopher Bell, who currently competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, tied the knot with his best friend, Morgan Kemenah. Meet the woman who captured his heart.
NASCAR star Christopher Bell married Morgan Kemenah on February 2, 2020. On her Instagram page, Morgan often shares photos with the professional stock car racing driver.
The couple's wedding comes one week before Bell takes to the race track in a Cup car at Daytona International Speedway for the first time.
On December 21, 2018, Morgan shared a photo of her hand adorned with an engagement ring. She captioned the snap:
"My best friend of 4 1/2 years asked, so of course I said YES! I can not wait to spend the rest of my life with you Christopher."
Bell also took to his own social media account on the same day to announce their engagement. Alongside a picture of the couple, Bell wrote: "4.5 years later, she said yes! I love you [Morgan]."
The NASCAR Xfinity Series regular confided that before Bell's proposal, he and Morgan were in a relationship for 4 1/2 years.
The two, however, insisted that they were just best friends at the time. But they could not blame those who think they were already dating because they were so sweet to each other.
The decision of Leavine Family Racing left his relationship with Toyota uncertain.
On April 26, 2018, Bell took to Instagram to wish Morgan a happy birthday. Along with the photo of the pair, Bell said he was very grateful because he gets "to travel this country and spend every day" with his "best friend."
The photo received many positive comments from his fans. Of course, his greatest fan was also present in the comment section. "Thanks babe!" Morgan commented.
Meanwhile, Bell recently said that he is "pretty scared" about his future in NASCAR after Leavine Family Racing made an announcement that it would sell its assets to Spire Motorsports.
Leavine Family Racing is the Toyota-backed team the rookie driver competes for in the Cup Series. Toyota has been at the center of Bell's racing career in NASCAR since 2013 and 2015.
The decision of Leavine Family Racing left his relationship with Toyota uncertain. In a press conference, Bell said, "It was very scary. I didn't want that to end."
He recognized that an absence of sponsorship backing did not make him the most valuable hire for another team regardless of his accomplishments.