TV's favorite dad Bob Saget is officially a married man!
The Fuller House star took to social media on October 29 to reveal that he and longtime girlfriend Kelly Rizzo have tied the knot.
"Okay, so we went and did it," the comedian wrote in the caption of the Instagram post. "And damn are we happy."
The bride also shared the happy news on Instagram, writing "@bobsaget and I dressed up as a bride and groom for Halloween. Seriously though, best day of my life."
The 62-year-old actor and the 39-year-old host of Eat Travel Rock have kept their relationship as private as possible, but it is believed that they met in 2015 through a mutual friend.
"I've never met anybody like him," Rizzo gushed to Us Weekly in April. "He keeps me on my toes, literally. He's just a wonderful guy. He's a comedian, so there's never a dull moment! And all of his friends are just so fun because they're just as fun and unique and complex as he is."
They got engaged in November 2017, a move that Rizzo has called "a total surprise."
"We were watching Stranger Things on the iPad," Saget told People at the time. "And then I got up to go to the restroom, and I opened the safe and I took out a ring that I had been hiding for four days and I got on one knee. And she said 'What are you doing?' and she got very emotional and so did I."
Although they've kept mum about the details of their big day, sources close to Saget and Rizzo were able to spare some information about the beachside affair, which took place at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica, California.
Among the wedding guests was singer John Mayer, Saget's Full House co-stars, whom he called his "extended family," and of course, his daughters.
"Like I said, I had a thing last night. And what a beautiful thing it was. Congratulations Kelly and Bob!"� Mayer, 41, wrote on Instagram.
The newlyweds did share a couple of photos from the special day taken by photographer Nicole Goddard. Saget wore a classic black suit while his stunning bride opted for a sheer lace gown by Pronovias.
This is Saget's second marriage. He previously admitted that after splitting from his first wife and the mother of his children, Sheei Kramer, in 1997, he didn't think he'd ever find love again.
"I didn't think I'd have a relationship again,"� the funnyman told Closer Weekly. "I was kind of in that "�just work, make people happy and take care of your kids until they're 90' mindset."
So what's next for the newlyweds? Probably a honeymoon, but definitely no kids.
"Kelly and my daughters love each other, so it really is some magical thing that happened. They just love each other. And we want to enjoy the love of each other, so that's something that we want to do,"� the Fuller House star told Us Weekly. "I've been the dad a lot. Maybe I'll be a grandfather one day."