The "Power of the Dog" co-stars, who share two small children, laughed earlier this year that it was "ridiculous" they hadn't already gotten married.
They've been saying the words "husband" and "wife" for years, but after finally saying two other words, Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons are now officially "husband and wife."
Page Six was first to report the famously private couple's nuptials, with a rep for Dunst confirming for People. According to the report, the couple wed last weekend at the GoldenEye resort near Ocho Rios in Jamaica.
The couple, who made inadvertent headlines after this year's Oscars ceremony for a bit wherein co-host Amy Schumer jokingly mistook Dunst for a seat filler and replaced her to chat with Plemons, first met on a set together.
The actors were enjoying their first-ever nominations for their latest collaboration, "Power of the Dog." Though neither of them took home the Oscar, clearly good things happen when they work together.
They've also collaborated together on "Black Mirror, "Drunk History" and in the Netflix original film, "Windfall." Plemons told People in December, "I don't want to do another project without her. It's just the best."
The two got a sneak preview of the lives they're leading now playing a married couple on the second season of FX's "Fargo." Just a year later, eagle-eyed fans (and media) began to speculate about an engagement as Dunst was spotted with what looked like an engagement ring at the Golden Globes.