Aubrey Plaza is a married lady.
The “Parks and Recreation” alum, 36, revealed that she and longtime boyfriend Jeff Baena secretly wed, referring to him as her “husband” in a submit to Instagram on Friday.
“So pleased with my darling husband @jeffbaena for dreaming up one other movie that takes us to italia to trigger some extra hassle 😈,” she wrote about their new indie comedy undertaking, “Spin Me Spherical.”
Plaza added, “excited to be reunited with the wonderful @alisonbrie (who additionally co-wrote this one!) and @theofficialsuperstar @sordociego @lauren_weedman and so many extra enjoyable folks on this. Preparati!! 🇮🇹 ❤️.”
The pair have been courting since 2011 and have labored collectively on a number of initiatives, together with 2014’s “Life After Beth” and 2017’s “The Little Hours.”
Plaza just lately opened up about how nicely her relationship with the director was going as they had been locked down collectively throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We had been quarantined for months and months like everyone else,” she informed Individuals. “And we did get pleasure from it. I believe it was, clearly apart from all the catastrophic issues taking place on this planet, simply on a private degree, relationship degree, was form of good to simply be compelled to be in a single place for that lengthy. May have gone both method, I suppose.”
And in 2019, the actress spoke to the journal about how a lot she and Baena perceive one another as a result of they’re each public figures.
“I believe that whenever you’re with somebody that’s in your subject, they perceive what you’re coping with on a deeper degree. So, clearly, you’ll be able to assist one another and actually perceive form of the journey that we’re each on,” she mentioned on the time.
Nevertheless, Plaza did be aware that having the identical profession is just not at all times a stroll within the park.
“You already know, working along with your accomplice can at all times be difficult,” she added. “There’s numerous issues we do individually, and I believe that it’s all about stability.”