Emmy-Winning Actress Anya Taylor-Joy Marries Malcolm McRae in a Romantic Venice Ceremony!

Per reports and photos published by Daily Mail, Queen’s Gambit star Anya Taylor-Joy has married fiancé Malcolm McRae in a glamorous and romantic wedding in Italy over the weekend! Here’s what we know about the magical ordeal:

What do we know about Anya Taylor-Joy and Malcolm McRae’s wedding?

Vogue reported Friday that actress and musician Anya Taylor-Joy married her fiancé, Malcolm McRae, this week in a formal wedding ceremony in Italy. The Oscar-nominated actress wore an unconventional embroidered beige dress for the ceremony, and wore a white, A-line minidress with a corseted top for the reception. The star-studded event was also attended by guests such as Cara Delevingne, Nicholas Hoult, Julia Garner, Evan Ross, and more.

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Despite attending red carpets together and public demonstrations of affection, the couple had been extremely discreet about their relationship, with neither openly having stated they were a couple. Taylor-Joy first revealed having a partner in March 2021, but she didn’t specify how long they had been dating. Taking all of this in consideration, fans were surprised when the news of Anya’s marriage first broke – immediately rushing to social media to congratulate the pair.

What is Anya Taylor-Joy’s relationship timeline with Malcolm McRae?

Anya first revealed her relationship with the musician in May 2021, when they were seen kissing in New York City. The couple made their Instagram debut in October of that year, when Malcolm—a member of the rock band More—posted a photo of himself holding hands with the actress with the picture captioned: “supremely happy.”

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The couple then appeared to be engaged by July 2022 when Anya, 27, was photographed wearing a ring on that finger during an outing with Malcolm, 29, in Sydney at the time. The Super Mario Bros. star has mostly kept her private life private, but she and Malcolm have occasionally publicly supported each other.