Roxanne Pallett has secretly married her firefighter beau.
The former Emmerdale star has previously said that Jason Carrion saved her life after she was left considering suicide in the wake of her CelebrityBig Brother punchgate scandal.
The low-key wedding took place on Sunday on was kept under wraps until today.
Roxanne, who was met with massive backlash when she accused Ryan Thomas of punching her to deliberately hurt her, tied the knot in a plush ceremony in New York.
The 37-year-old got engaged to Jason, who appeared on the US version of Married At First Sight, just a few months ago.
In pictures published by The Sun, Roxanne is seen walking down the aisle hand-in-hand with her new husband.
She looks ecstatically happy and makes a stunning bride in her embellished white gown with a sweetheart neckline and fishtail skirt.
The actress finished off her look with a veil and wore her hair down in big curls.
She posed up holding a single white rose.
After becoming hated for what happened in CBB and her public split from fiancé Lee Walton, Roxanne said she thought about taking her own life.
But Jason saved her when she met him last summer.
She said: "I’m living proof that you can find a happily ever after beyond tough times.
"To walk down the aisle in such a perfect fairy-tale setting towards my dream man, was the happiest moment of my life. I’m still floating on a cloud."
The pair tied the knot at Lutheran Evangelical Church in New York, exchanging hand-written vows.
Roxanne's mum also got involved in the ceremony, reading out a poem written by Jason's late mother.
Roxanne and Jason announced they were engaged last November.
The pair met in Brooklyn, New York, when Roxanne got out of a taxi and seemed to be lost.
Insiders said their connection was "love at first sight" and they went to get coffee together – which swiftly turned into a week-long date.
Mirror Online has contacted Roxanne's representatives for comment.
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