PewDiePie, one of the biggest YouTubers is now a married man.
The avid gamer who found fame with Minecraft videos with millions of subscribers revealed that he and partner Marzia Bisognin got married in a romantic wedding ceremony at Kew Gardens, London.
PewDiePie whose real name is Felix Kjellberg wrote on Twitter: “We are married!!! I’m the happiest I can be.
“I’m so lucky to share my life with this amazing woman.”
29-year-old Felix wore an all-black outfit for his big day with matching black tie and shirt to his wedding suit.
His bride, 26 wore a gorgeous white lace wedding dress with long sheer sleeves, corset-style top and lace details at the hips.
Family and friends surrounded the pair, blowing bubbles as the couple appeared for the first time as husband and wife.
Marzia shared a series of snaps on her Instagram, writing: “Yesterday, the 19th of August – after exactly 8 years since we met – we celebrated our wedding with our closest friends and family.
“I feel like I’m the luckiest person and I’m so full of love. Incredibly ecstatic to be able to call Felix my husband for the rest of our lives.”
Stunning images of their big day on Felix’s Twitter show the couple posing in what looks like Kew Garden’s Orangery where they shared an intimate moment at the bottom of a sweeping staircase surrounded by lush foliage.
One of the photos showed off their cheeky side as Marzia poked her tongue out at the camera and Felix flashed the peace sign.
Their fellow vloggers have raced to congratulate the couple, with Jack Septic Eye commenting: “You guys looked so beautiful! A thousand congratulations.”
Leslie Mosier, the genius behind Doug The Pug, wrote: “Congratulations!!!! I am beyond happy for you two. Sending you all the love in the world.”
And KickThePJ – real name PJ Liguori – added: “Congratulazioni!”
The happy couple have been together since 2011.
The Italian beauty regularly appears on Swedish star Felix’s YouTube videos.
The couple met in real life after a mutual friend introduced her to his YouTube channel, telling her she must watch “this idiot playing video games”.
She emailed the Swedish star telling him she found his videos funny, and the rest is history.
The pair moved in together in his native Sweden, before upping sticks and moving to Italy, then Brighton in England.
Marzia has since branched into her own YouTube empire, focusing on makeup, books, fashion, DIY and video games, and became the most subscribed Italian channel in 2014.
However, she announced she was retiring from vlogging in October 2018 for mental health reasons and removed her videos.
“Having videos up, after making this decision, would have seemed like taking a step back,” she told fans in a statement.
“I’ve selected a few that I really liked, which I’m going to leave for a bit – for the ‘adjustment’ period – but taking my videos down, in my mind, needed to be done.”