'Mad Men' co-stars Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser got married in a secret ceremony in June in California.
The 'Mad Men' co-stars, who got engaged in March 2013, secretly exchanged vows in a private ceremony in June.
A spokesperson for the former 'Gilmore Girls' actress, 32, told PEOPLE.com that they tied the knot in California.
The couple started dating after falling for each other on the set of the advertising drama in 2012 when Alexis joined the cast as Beth Dawes for a short stint.
A source previously said: ''Vinnie basically fell in love with Alexis while she filmed a three-episode cameo. He was definitely smitten with her from the beginning.''
While she was working on the series Alexis had nothing but praise for Vincent, 35.
She said at the time: ''He's light and funny and has lots of energy on set. He keeps everybody energised as well.''
Vincent also got advice from his co-stars Elisabeth Moss and Jessica Pare before he decided to propose to Alexis last year, and Elisabeth previously gushed: ''They are such a yin and yang. I've known Vinny for 12 years and Alexis is just the sweetest. I've never seen Vincent like this. It is really cool.''
Alexis was in a long-term relationship with former 'Heroes' star Milo Ventimiglia from December 2002 to July 2006.
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