This ‘Big Bang Theory’ star just got married!

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Actor Jim Parsons, whom you probably know best as the incorrigible Sheldon from “The Big Bang Theory,” married his partner of 14 years, Todd Spiewack on Saturday night.

And if you were wondering, their wedding was extremely cute and no physics were involved (that we know of).

The couple married in the famous Rainbow Room, the renowned event space and restaurant that sits at the top of 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City.

In a case of interesting symmetry with the show that made him famous: The season finale ended with Sheldon proposing to his girlfriend, Amy (played by Mayim Bialik). Luckily, we’ll actually be able to see that wedding happen.

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Though Parsons is famously tight-lipped about his love life, he did share an Instagram on the couple’s 14th wedding anniversary last November. The caption reads, “I met this guy… 14 years ago today and it was the best thing that ever happened to me, no contest. One of his greatest gifts to me is that he no longer takes me to sing karaoke.”

Parsons came out as gay publicly in a 2012 profile with The New York Times where he revealed that he was in a longterm relationship. But in 2014, he told Ellen DeGeneres that he and his boyfriend had no immediate plans for marriage.

Now, we’re happy to say that is far from true—Jim and Todd are so cute as a couple! And Parsons’ life is just full of good news. CBS just renewed “The Big Bang Theory” for another two seasons.

On top of that, Parsons is getting his own spinoff show that will be just about Sheldon. The spinoff will follow a young Sheldon as he goes through high school. Parsons will narrate and also serve as the executive producer.

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Outside of work, however, we hope Jim and Todd’s life together is full of love, laughter and not too many Sheldon-y quirks… unless Todd is into that, of course.

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