Arie Luyendyk Jr. is no longer a bachelor.
On Saturday, the former "Bachelor" married fiance Lauren Burnham in Foran 100 guests in Maui, Hawaii, Us Weekly was confirmed.
The couple, who met on season 22 in ABC's long-running reality series, got engaged in March last year during the show's "After the Final Rose" usual, after Luyendyk's controversial breakdown with Becca Kufrin, which was also shown on air.
"The best decision goes back to you," Luyendyk, 37, while suggesting Burnham, 27. "You have shown me a love that is patient, a love that is kind. I should have done this long ago. "
For the tropical fragments, Luyendyk and Burnham chose designs from Kenneth Cole and Hayley Paige, respectively.
"I have a relaxed personal style and wished what I wore for the wedding to reflect it," said Luyendyk in the fall. "Kenneth Cole helped me find a look I was comfortable with."
Being husband and wife is not the only life-changing event that Luyendyk and Burnham will experience in 2019. The couple also expect their first child together, a daughter.
"I'm just thrilled to see Arie [as a father] because I know he's going to be really good with the baby," Burnham told the earlier release.
Baby Luyendyk is due in June.