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Milo Ventimiglia Married Model Jarah Mariano! Get Details About Their Secret Wedding
The This Is Us actor and the model were wed earlier this year in a private ceremony.
On October 30, Us Weekly revealed that Ventimiglio and Mariano tied the knot "earlier this year in a private wedding ceremony among family and close friends." The outlet published pictures of their special day, with both bride and groom wearing white with floral accessories.
Ventimiglia and Mariano have been dating since at least 2022, but have kept their relationship private.
“I try to minimize myself so people can see the character and can really dive into the work," the 46-year-old actor told People. "I try and remain as anonymous and invisible as I can so it doesn’t take away from the experience of the men that I play. I don’t know how interesting my life is any more than anyone else’s.”
Milo Ventimiglia and Jarah Mariano's wedding
According to Us Weekly, Ventimiglia and Mariano tied the knot at a private ceremony surrounded by loved ones. The outlet also published gorgeous, artsy photos of the event, including a snapshot of them both wearing white and locked in an embrace. The next picture showed Mariano in a simple, elegant gown wearing a halo crown of white flowers while she and Ventimiglia held hands and walked down a scenic path.
What to know about Milo Ventimiglia's wife, Jarah Mariano
The 38-year-old model who was born and raised in Hawaii, but later moved to both California and New York City, according to Harper's Bazar. She went to college at Pace University, where she studied communications.
As for her modeling career, she has been a part of campaigns with major brands such as Abercrombie & Fitch and Victoria's Secret, along with posing for an issue of Sports Illustrated, according to Harper's Bazaar.
She is also the founder of a fragrance brand called Hina + Kū Hawaiʻi, which donates proceeds from sales to the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation’s nonprofit called Makalapua Fund.
In a May 2021 Instagram post for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Mariano talked about how honored she is to represent her community.
"I am proud of my heritage & all of its unique contributions. I would be really happy to see us as a collective race celebrate & uplift one another no matter where we’re from. Spread the💗Aloha + Light," she captioned a gorgeous selfie.