YouTube star PewDiePie ties the knot with Italian partner Marzia

The 29-year-old Kjellberg is one of the top stars on YouTube with about 99.5 million subscribers. — @pewdiepie/Instagram

Popular Swedish YouTube gamer PewDiePie and his Italian partner Marzia have tied the knot, they announced on social media Tuesday.

"We are married!!! I'm the happiest I can be," the 29-year-old gamer, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, wrote. "I'm so lucky to share my life with this amazing woman."

Marzia Bisognin, known simply as Marzia online, is an Italian Internet personality, fashion designer, and entrepreneur.

"Yesterday, the 19th of August – after exactly eight years since we met – we celebrated our wedding with our closest friends and family," she said on Instagram.

Neither she nor Kjellberg mentioned where the wedding took place.

"It was the most beautiful day, which I will treasure forever. I am so thankful for all the people that made time to attend the event and helped us celebrate our marriage. I feel like I’m the luckiest person and I’m so full of love. Incredibly ecstatic to be able to call Felix my husband for the rest of our lives," she added.

The 29-year-old Kjellberg is one of the top stars on YouTube with about 99.5 million subscribers.

On Twitter he has over 18 million followers. Many have shared his tweet.

The couple have in recent years lived in Brighton in England, but have also lived together in Italy and Sweden. – dpa

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