Congratulations are in order for Love Island couple Jess Shears and Dom Lever who have gotten married in a secret wedding ceremony.
The ITV reality stars reveal they tied the knot in Mykonos, Greece on Thursday with only their closest friends and family attending the private ceremony.
Confirming the joyful news to OK! magazine, the newlyweds said in a video announcement: Hey Guys, its Jess and Dom. Weve just had the most amazing week in Mykonos for our wedding.
Pictures from their sunny nuptials will be released in Tuesdays edition of OK!
The surprise wedding means Jess, 24, and Dom, 27, are now the second couple from Love Island to get married after Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen tied the knot in September.
Its no surprise that Jess and Dom opted for a low-key wedding after they teased their plans for an intimate ceremony earlier this year.
Speaking to The Sun, the couple previously said: Weve booked a venue. My brain cant cope with all the plans. Its like an explosion. Its going to be such a small thing, we want it quite intimate.
We cant invite everyone [from Love Island] because obviously, thatd take up the whole 30 people so its just figuring out after family where weve got room to have friends.
It comes after the couple had a fake wedding ceremony live on Good Morning Britain in February. The pair said their faux vows wearing little more than a bikini and beach shorts.
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Confirming that their TV wedding wasnt real, Jess tweeted at the time: So many people getting their knickers in a twist this morning about mine and @_DomLever Valentines Wedding on @GMB. We had such a laugh and cant wait for the REAL wedding now in October #learntotakeajokekid.
Jess and Dom are one of the only couples to go the distance from 2017s Love Island, with their fellow islanders Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt still going strong.
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