Millie Bobby Brown shares sweet “wifey” photos after wedding – Digital Spy

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Millie Bobby Brown has shared a sweet series of photos following her wedding to Jake Bongiovi.

Last week it was confirmed that the couple had tied the knot in a small ceremony, having announced their engagement last year.

The Stranger Things star has now posted a number of pictures of a trip to Universal Orlando, Millie wearing shorts emblazoned with the word “wifey” in one.

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“Who wants to go to @universalorlando ???? ussssssssss,” she captioned the shared post with her husband.

Jake‘s father Jon Bon Jovi confirmed the marriage last week after rumours circulated online that the couple had tied the knot.

“They’re great, they’re absolutely fantastic,” he said on The One Show. “It was a very small family wedding. The bride looked gorgeous and Jake is as happy as can be. Yeah, it’s true.”

Stranger Things star Matthew Modine revealed back in March that he would be officiating the ceremony.

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“I have one of the licences to get people married and Millie thought it’d be great and Jake said it’d be a great idea,” he told Access Hollywood.

“So I wrote the wedding vows, and they loved what I wrote for them to join hands and become husband and wife.

“I’ve done it one time before, during COVID in upstate New York. It was an outdoor wedding and it was weird, but it’s such a beautiful thing to be able to join two people in holy matrimony. I’ve been married 44 years, it’s amazing when it works.”

Meanwhile, Millie previously revealed that she almost lost her engagement ring after Jake proposed to her during a dive.

Stranger Things seasons 1-4 are streaming on Netflix. A fifth and final season is in production.

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