Frozen star Idina Menzel has revealed that she got married to former Rent co-star Aaron Lohr in a ‘magical’ private ceremony.
The 46-year-old shared the wonderful news with her fans on social media, revealing that she tied the knot over the weekend at a service that took place at their home.
Taking to Twitter to make the announcement, she wrote: ‘Wanted to let you know… Married the love of my life #aaronlohr this weekend at our home. Dad & son walked me down aisle. It was magical.’
She also tweeted to thank her friends and family, adding: ‘Thank you to everyone who helped make my wedding day so special.’
The former Glee star used the same site to announce that she was engaged to Aaron back in September 2016, writing: ‘As if this week couldn’t get any better I have wonderful news… my man and I are engaged! We are so happy. It’s a beautiful time.’
Speaking to E! News, the actress, who voiced Elsa in the Disney smash-hit Frozen, said of her engagement: ‘I’m super happy, yeah! Very happy. I’m happy because it’s all coming together, everything feels good. I went through a lot of stuff and it’s new beginnings.’
The two met back in 2005, when they both worked on the film adaptation of Rent, but only started dating in April 2015. Soon after they made their relationship public with an appearance at the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner.
Idina is best known for her role in Frozen as Elsa
This is Idina’s second marriage – she previously married to actor Taye Diggs, in 2003, but the two split in 2013.
The pair share eight-year-old son, Walker, who gave her away at the ceremony this weekend.
Speaking about how she learned from her past experiences, including her failed marriage, she told the Telegraph: ‘I think I’ve stopped apologising for myself.
‘I’m owning all these experiences I’ve had, all the relationships, all the mediums I’ve worked in, all the mistakes and the accolades.
‘I’ve realised they all make up a life and that’s going to come out in the way I sing. And there’s a peace that comes with understanding that, rather than fighting it all the time.’
Congratulations to the happy couple!