Leighton Meester and Adam Brody reportedly got married over the weekend, just one year after going public with their relationship.
The couple, who got engaged in November and co-starred in 2011 romantic-comedy 'The Oranges' - reportedly tied the knot in a super-secret ceremony over the weekend.
Several friends close to the 'Gossip Girl' star and 'The O.C.' actor, who only went public with their relationship last February, confirmed the news to UsMagazine.com.
An insider previously revealed the brunette beauty, 27, only started dating the 34-year-old actor last year but they ''were always close and friendly'' when they worked together three years ago.
The duo were originally thought to be planning to get married this summer.
A source said at the time of their engagement: ''Leighton and Adam are crazy about each other and have talked about getting married eventually.
''But she had no idea when he would propose so soon! It was the surprise of her life and she's ecstatic!
''Right now their plan is to get married next summer.
''They are still deciding if they want a destination wedding or if they'll marry in southern California somewhere.''
Adam was previously romantically linked to Rachel Bilson and 34-year-old director Lorene Scafaria - who helmed Steve Carell and Keira Knightley's comedy drama movie 'Seeking a Friend for the End of the World' - while Leighton has previously dated 'Austin Powers' actor Aaron Himelstein.
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