Christina Applegate is married!
They wed "surrounded by family in a private ceremony at their home in Los Angeles," her rep told the mag. The bride wore a Maria Lucia Hohan dress, and jeweler Neil Lane designed their wedding bands.
Applegate and LeNoble, a founder of the '90s band Porno for Pyros, have been together for four years and have a 2-year-old daughter, Sadie Grace. They were engaged on Valentine's Day in 2010 but pushed back getting hitched because of her hectic work schedule, according to Access Hollywood.
"Of course [we will get married]," she said in early 2012. "But the schedule, the way that it is -- it's just almost impossible. It really is. It's insane... . We kind of thought about, seriously, like a city hall thing. Like just going and doing it and being done with that part of it, then having a party six months from now."
She also credits LeNoble for helping her battle breast cancer and cope with her double mastectomy.
"I have a small but mighty support system and Martyn has really been an incredible part of my life,” she told Us Weekly in 2010. "Without him, I don't know if I could've gone through any of it. He came around at a time when there was a lot of loss in my life on many levels, so he's been a really incredible help."
This is the second marriage for each of them. Applegate was married to writer-director Johnathon Schaech for six years before they divorced in 2007.
"It's been a great experience working on 'Up All Night,' but the show has taken a different creative direction, and I decided it was best for me to move on to other endeavors," Applegate told Show Tracker earlier this month.
The comedy, which chronicles the lives of two parents not ready to let go of their youth, is planning to switch from the single-camera format into a multi-camera production and has seen quite a bit of behind-the-scenes drama.