SNL’s Aidy Bryant and Conner O’Malley marry after ten years together

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  • Congratulations are in order for Saturday Night Live star Aidy Bryant, who has married her beau Conner O’Malley after a decade-long romance.

    The 30-year-old revealed her happy news with a photo on Instagram on Monday, showing her and her new husband walking down the aisle as family and friends applaud.

    Aidy simply captioned her snap with a double heart emoji.

    Wearing a knee-length, white lace dress with purple high-heeled sandals, Aidy couldn’t wipe the smile off her face as she walked arm-in-arm with her comedy writer husband, who looked dapper in a blue suit.

    Famous faces who congratulated the newlyweds on their marriage and beautiful ceremony – held at Cedar Lake Estate on the New York, New Jersey border, according to caterer Jove Meyer Events – included The Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons and Pitch Perfect actress Elizabeth Banks.

    latergram of me and my 🐖💕

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    Fans also expressed their excitement over Aidy’s special day on Instagram, with one commenting: ‘Gorgeous! And huge congratulations! Happy happy happy!’

    Another said: ‘Wedding goals! Aidy you are a stunning bride! Wishing you a happy marriage’.

    A third added: ‘Perfect dress, flowers and shoes. Oh, and hair!!’

    While a fourth gushed: ‘Congratulations Aidy! You guys are adorable and you killed it in that dress and those SHOES!! Cheers to many happy years!’

    BB & ME

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    Aidy surprised her fans with the news of her marriage after keeping details of the nuptials a secret, just as she did with her engagement. In April 2017, she revealed on NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers that Connor had proposed six months earlier.

    The newlyweds met as performers at the Annoyance Theatre in Chicago in 2008, and they’ve been together ever since.

    Speaking of their relationship in late 2015, Aidy told Bust: ‘I had only had experiences with horrible mind games with men. But it was kind of perfect because I finally was like, “That’s what I don’t want.

    “I don’t want games or manipulation or trying to make each other jealous. I want full, comfortable honesty.” And that is really what Conner and I have always had.’

    Congratulations to the lovely couple!

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