Congratulations are in order for Vanessa Hudgens and Cole Tucker, who have reportedly got married.
According to sources from Just Jared, the 34-year-old High School Musical star tied the knot with the 27-year-old MLB star on Sunday (December 3).
Insiders told the publication and People that the happy couple made it official in Tulum, Mexico, just 10 months after they announced their engagement.
Over the weekend, a photo of the former Disney channel actress donning a flowing white dress as she posed on the beach surfaced on X (formerly Twitter). In addition to this, her former co-star Monique Coleman posted a video on her Instagram Story showing footage of a tropical setting in Tulum - further fueling speculation that Hudgens celebrated her wedding.
Hudgens first met the short stop on a Zoom meditation group call and has been head over heels ever since.
Speaking about the initial meeting on The Drew Barrymore Show in May 2021, the Spring Breakers actress said: "I get on the Zoom, and I'm like, 'Who is that?' I found him, and we started talking.
"If I want something or someone, I'm going after them. I fully just slid into his DMs and was like, 'Hey, it was nice to meet you.' So I think there is no shame in making the first move," she added.
The actress and professional baseball player then made their red carpet debut in November 2021 at the premiere of her film Tick, Tick... Boom.
Two years later in February, they shared the delightful news of their engagement on social media. "YES. We couldn’t be happier," Hudgens announced in the caption of an Instagram post which featured a sweet image of her with her then-soon-to-be-husband.
The actress also included another snap of her flashing a massive diamond ring with the Eiffel Tower aglow in the background.
In an appearance on Today With Hoda and Jenna back in April, the Princess Switch actress spoke about how it felt to move into the next stage of her relationship with Cole.
"It feels amazing. It's so funny, I was talking about this with Cole. People are always like, 'Does it feel different? [Do] things feel different [getting engaged]?' That was always my question normally, but now I get to be asked it.
"And you know what, it actually does. There's a sense of security. You feel so safe. It's the best thing ever. I love being a fiancée," she shared.
Hudgens added that she knew Tucker was "the one" very early on, sharing: "After our first weekend together, I called my sister and was like, 'I think I just found my future husband,'" and added that she was immediately drawn in by "who he is."
Cheers to the newlyweds!