A.J. Langer, 'My So-Called Life' Star, Is Now A Countess Living In A Castle

As one does.

From the halls of Liberty High School to a castle in England, life has changed for "My So-Called Life" star A.J. Langer.

Langer is best known for playing the wild and wonderful Rayanne Graff in the '90s series alongside Claire Danes, but also had roles in "Baywatch," "Three Sisters" and "Private Practice." In 2002, she met a man named Charles Courtenay while in Las Vegas and soon found out he was heir to the Earldom of Devon, according to Us Weekly. The two married in 2005 and this month, Langer became the Countess of Devon after the death of her father-in-law, the Earl of Devon.

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The two currently reside in Devon's Powderham Castle.

“The whole title thing ... I am no expert,” she told Breezy Mama back in 2009. “It means they have a very big and long family tree. It means more to some people and less to others. It definitely makes for interesting conversation, and an interesting story. Am I royalty now? No -- I am not royalty … by marrying Charlie I can take the courtesy title of ‘Lady,’ and my children can take the title ‘Honorable.’ If Charlie becomes the Earl of Devon, my title would become the Countess of Devon and our kids would be Lords and Ladies. But we don’t use the titles in our daily lives, they are there, and we respect the history that gave rise to them, but in our reality we’re just a normal family.”

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We hope there's room for at least one scrunchie in that castle.

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