Aubrey Plaza And Jeff Baena Tied The Knot In Secret: Details Of Their Intimate Wedding

Parks and Recreation star Aubrey Plaza ties the knot with longtime boyfriend Jeff Baena in a secret wedding ceremony.

Yes, Aubrey and Jeff exchanged their wedding vows after dating for almost a decade in the most secret way possible. Learn more about their intimate wedding ceremony. 

Plaza Broke The News Via Instagram

The 37-year-old actress-producer surprised her fans as well as close friends and family with her post where she addresses beau Jeff as "my darling husband". 

She announced her marriage in her typical understated fashion. Numerous fans and fellow actress Mary Steenburgen commented:

"Whoa!!!! Just took in the word husband and I am sending you both love and congratulations and blessings!!!!"

While one of the fans wrote "UM HUSBAND HOLD ON THERE," in surprise. 

Moreover, this is the first time the usually private Plaza talking about her relationship on social media. 

When Did Their Love Story Begin?

The Legion star began dating screenwriter and film director Baena in 2011. Since then, they have worked on multiple projects including the 2014 film Life After Beth and the 2017 movie The Little Hours. 

Back in 2019, Plaza opened up about her relationship with Jeff in an interview. She said:

"I think that when you’re with someone that is in your field, they understand what you’re dealing with on a deeper level. So, obviously, you are able to support each other and really understand kind of the journey that we’re both on,"

She added: “You know, working with your partner can always be challenging,”. “There’s a lot of things we do separately, and I think that it’s all about balance.”

Who Is Jeff Baena? His Short Personal Details

Jeff Baena was born on 29th June 1977 in Miami, Florida, the United States of America. He is 44 years old as of 2021.

Baena grew up in South Florida and later enrolled at New York University where he studied film. He began his career as a production assistant for Robert Zemeckis' films. 

He then worked as an assistant editor for writer-director David O. Russell. Some of his notable work credits are I Heart Huckabees, Life After Beth, Joshy, The Hours, Horse Girl, and Cinema Toast. 

He is set to direct, write, and produce his upcoming project Spin Me Round.