Spotted: Leighton Meester and Adam Brody made their first joint red carpet appearance at the Tony Awards on Sunday after secretly tying the knot.
The pair stepped out to support the "Gossip Girl" alum's Broadway revival "Of Mice and Men," which costars James Franco and Chris O'Dowd, who was nominated for lead actor in a play.
Meester, 28, who wore a white Antonio Berardi dress, was also a presenter at the show and, joined by "Scandal's" Tony Goldwyn, handed out the award for actress in a musical to "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" star Lena Hall at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
She and the former "The O.C." star, 34, also posed for photos in the green room with Zach Braff and his dad, Harold Irwin Braff, Emmy Rossum and Goldwyn.
The Mr. and Mrs, who both starred in Josh Schwartz teen dramas, reportedly tied the knot back in February. Since then, the actress has gone sans hubby to the Met Ball in early May, the premiere of "Of Mice and Men" in April and the Tribeca Film Festival debut of her film "Life Partners," which Brody also stars in.
The extremely private pair reportedly got engaged in the fall and proposal reports popped up back in November 2013.
Meester and Brody first met on the set of their 2011 dramedy, "The Oranges," and are said to have hung out occasionally during shooting.