Harry Potter's Neville Longbottom, who's real name is Matthew Lewis, has shared the happy news that he recently got hitched.
After sharing a photo of himself looking dapper in a suit and bow-tie alongside his stunning partner Angela Jones wearing a wedding dress (well, what else was she going to wear?) on social media today, the happy couple were quickly flooded with well-wishes and congratulations from fans.
Co-star Chris Rankin, who played Percy Weasley in the Harry Potter films, wrote: "Look at you. Congratulations beauties x"
In a post on Twitter he joked that he was 'fuming' after he was forced to say his vows rather than go and see the Arctic Monkeys perform in Italy.
Matthew, 28, popped the question to American Angela in November 2016, after the pair first met at - I'm not joking - a Wizarding World event at Universal Studios, Orlando, in January.
The pair hit if off and became an item in July, but have managed to keep their relationship out of the limelight.
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Shortly after their engagement, a spokesperson told the MailOnline: "They're both over the moon. They got together in July and hit it off straight away."
The former child-star spent his teen years staring in the Harry Potter franchise, where he claimed the atmosphere was 'like school' adding that 'everyone had crushes on everyone else at some point'.
Opening up about the time spent on set as kids, he admitted to having a little crush on his co-star Emma Watson.
He told Seventeen: "I probably had a crush on Emma for a couple of years, until I was 13 or 14 - something like that.
"I mean nothing ever came of it, anyway. It never went anywhere."
Before adding: "She knows about that. It's not something we've not talked about or anything."
A massive congratulations to the happy couple.
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