Hollywood star George Clooney has broken a million hearts by marrying human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin in Venice.
A host of fellow stars descended on the Italian city's canals for the union between the filmworld's most eligible bachelor, 53, and Ms Alamuddin, 36.
The ceremony was celebrated in a hotel overlooking the famous Grand Canal.
Clooney's agent broke the news to journalists in a brief statement.
According to AP news agency, that will be the only communication on the wedding.
Clooney and his friends had sipped champagne before gliding up the Grand Canal on Saturday evening to the luxury Aman Hotel, waving to hundreds of well-wishers.
Guests include Cindy Crawford, Bill Murray, Matt Damon and the U2 singer Bono.
Clooney's boat was momentarily blocked by a passing cruise liner and then by a water bus, giving time for dozens of boats carrying photographers to catch up.
The couple were engaged in April.
Clooney was previously married to Talia Balsam, who he divorced in 1993.
One of the world's most recognisable actors, the American has two Oscars to his name: for best supporting actor in Syriana (2006) and for best picture as producer of Argo (2013).
Other than his film work, he has embraced human rights causes such as the Darfur crisis in Sudan.
Lebanese-born British lawyer Amal Alamuddin has defended Julian Assange of Wikileaks and former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko among others.
She met Clooney through her work.
People in her native village in Lebanon, Baakline in the Chouf district, welcomed news of her impending marriage, AP reports.
"We congratulate them and we hope that the happiness will be international," said shopkeeper Ghassan Bou Hatoum.
The couple's choice of Venice for the wedding is apt as Clooney is a frequent visitor to its film festival. He also owns a villa on Lake Como, north of Milan.
Despite the long build-up to the wedding, interest still abounded on social media at news of the knot being tied.
"George Clooney is married," wrote one tweeter. "Heterosexual men of earth release a collective sigh of relief. Everyone else mourns."
So in love: George and Amal soaked up the sun as they made one of their final journeys before becoming man and wife