The Duchess of Sussex's ex-husband Trevor Engelson has married his new love Tracey Kurland.
The director tied the knot in a "small, intimate ceremony" in Hidden Hills, California on Saturday, as reported by the Daily Mail.
Kurland, a dietician, is the 32-year-old daughter of a multi-millionaire banker Stanford Kurland - who is worth $200 million.
The snaps from the nuptials were shared across their friends' social media accounts.
While the director confirmed the news on his Instagram, gushing, "Luckiest guy I know. Get ready to party!"
One guest shared, "The wedding seemed like a small, casual but intimate affair - a world away from Meghan's huge marriage to Harry in England."
"The bride and groom looked so much in love and very happy together. The whole event was so them."
Engelson and Kurland began dating in November 2017, before he popped the question in June - just two weeks after Markle's royal wedding.
Engelston was previously with Markle, after meeting in 2004. The pair dated for six years before tying the knot in 2011 in a beach wedding in Jamaica. Their marriage officially ended in 2014.