Congrats are seemingly in order for Taika Waititi and Rita Ora.
The lovebirds have tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in London, The Sun UK reported on Monday.
“It was a really intimate ceremony and super special for everyone there,” a source told the outlet. “Their nearest and dearest can see how madly in love they are.”
The source further claimed that the singer — who has also changed her name to Waititi-Ora — wanted a small wedding in order to “keep their relationship as private as possible.”
The source continued, “A big, showbiz-style bash is planned to celebrate, but don’t expect to see it being flogged to the highest-bidding magazine.”
Ora seemingly confirmed the news as well as she sported what looked to be a wedding band in an Instagram picture shared Sunday.
Reps for Ora and Waititi did not respond to Page Six when asked to comment.
The “For You” singer, 31, and the “Thor: Ragnarok” director, 46, were reported to have made almost “simultaneous” wedding proposals to each other last month and were planning a “low-key” ceremony to be followed by a splashy party later this summer.
“This isn’t about them doing a big showy thing and crowing about it beforehand,” a source told The Sun UK at the time. “It’s just about them being in love and deciding the time is right to formalize their relationship.
The couple was first linked in May 2021 when they were snapped cozying up to each other in Sydney, Australia.
They were also photographed kissing on a balcony along with a third participant, actress Tessa Thompson.
“I think in the world of the internet, everything goes away pretty quick,” Waititi told the Sydney Morning Herald after the viral kiss. “And also, ‘Is it that big a deal?’ No, not really. I was doing nothing wrong. It’s fine.”
Three months later, the pair made their red carpet debut at “The Suicide Squad” premiere.
Ora’s marriage to Waititi comes two years after Page Six revealed that Waititi and his then-wife, Chelsea Winstanley, had separated.
The former couple share two daughters: 10-year-old Te Hinekāhu and 6-year-old Matewa Kiritapu.
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