Youtube Star Pewdiepie Has Married Marzia Bisognin | 22 Words

In the most recent update in celebrity marriages, news has come in today that the Swedish YouTube sensation, Pewdiepie, has married his long-term partner, Marzia Bisognin.

The pair, who have been dating for almost a decade, finally tied the knot yesterday in a gorgeous woodland wedding, and he was quick to share his happy news, alongside some stunning photos from the ceremony, to his 18.3 million Twitter followers.

Keep reading to see the shot and the heartwarming message that he shared about finally marrying his long-term girlfriend.

Pewdiepie has become one of the biggest YouTubers of our time.

The Swedish vlogger, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, became the first YouTuber to reach the seventy million subscriber mark, and now has over ninety-nine million subscribers, making him the most successful person on YouTube.

He is best known for his commentary videos on various video games.

And his content has gradually expanded into coverage and commentary of internet memes and viral videos.

Though he hasn't been shy of controversy.

The vlogger has long attracted negative attention and criticism for some slightly questionable remarks that he has made in the past.

He has been accused of making anti-Semitic comments in several of his videos.

News surfaced in February 2017 that 9 videos published on PewDiePie's channel featured Kjellberg making anti-Semitic comments, and Youtube subsequently responded by canceling the second season of his original series on YouTube Premium.

And several of his other actions have ruffled feathers for the same reason.

Many of PewDiePie's other videos have sparked a similar outcry. In one of these, he performed a Nazi “heil" salute, and, in another, he hired a pair of performers from a freelancer website to hold up a sign reading “Death to all Jews."

But he defended himself and said that those videos were satirical, though many observers still condemned them as anti-Semitic.

Long story short...

The YouTuber doesn't have the cleanest of slates, but, regardless of all his controversy, he has reached ridiculous levels of success and still has a very firm and loyal fan-base.

And on top of his fan base...

He has had the unwavering support of his long-term girlfriend, Marzia Bognin.

Mariza is a vlogger herself.

And, the Italian fashion designer has her own personal fan-base, with around 5 million subscribing to her YouTube account. Talk about a power-couple...

The couple have been dating since 2011.

Their romance blossomed when Marzia's best friend, Diazo, watched PewDiePie's videos and e-mailed Marzia the link to these videos, knowing that she'd like them.

She first got in touch with Felix via letter...

She stated that she thought that he was funny and explained how much she enjoyed his videos. He wrote back and they began communication through Facebook until Felix finally traveled to Italy to meet her in person.

And the rest is history!

In the past 8 years, the couple have traveled the world together, and have since relocated to Brighton, U.K, where they share a home.

And now, they are officially husband and wife.

The couple each shared the news on their social media accounts, and posted pictures of their big day, which was set in a gorgeous woodland setting.

The photos are beautiful.

Felix dons a classic black suit, while Mariza is seen wearing an elegant lace, ivory wedding dress. Felix wrote: "We are married!!! I'm the happiest I can be. I'm so lucky to share my life with this amazing woman."

The couple seem to be over-the-moon.

And, in a post on her own Instagram account, Mariza wrote: "Yesterday, the 19th of August - after exactly 8 years since we met - we celebrated our wedding with our closest friends and family. It was the most beautiful day, which I will treasure forever. I am so thankful for all the people that made time to attend the event and helped us celebrate our marriage."

The bride and groom couldn't be happier.

She concluded her emotional post with: "I feel like I'm the luckiest person and I'm so full of love. Incredibly ecstatic to be able to call Felix my husband for the rest of our lives."