FRANKIE Muniz married his longtime love Paige Price in a secret ceremony in Phoenix, Arizona last Friday.
The 34-year-old proposed to his other half in November 2018 at the Pinal Fairgrounds Lantern Festival in Casa Grande, Arizona.
The couple shared an intimate ceremony surrounded by family and friends on February 21, four years to the day from when they first met.
Speaking to PEOPLE about their wedding, the Dancing With The Stars alum described the day as "perfect" and "the best day of his life".
He said: "Every single moment was perfect.
"From the moment of waking up together and jumping on the bed hyping each other up, to helping our wedding planner with setting things up at the venue, all the way to walking down the isle with my best friend hand in hand with our closest friends and family in attendance. Everything was just so us.
"I always thought it was such a cliché for people to claim their wedding day as the best day of their life, like maybe it was something they had to say.
"No, my wedding day was literally the best day of my life!"
The newly-weds are yet to share anything on social media about their big day but intially got engaged in 2018 at the Pinal Fairgrounds Lantern Festival in Casa Grande, Arizona.
At the time, the actor wrote on Instagram: "So thankful this Thanksgiving for my FIANCEE!
So thankful this Thanksgiving for my FIANCEE! Yep, @pogprice said yes! She makes my life instantly better! We're eating our Thanksgiving dinner at Boston Market, but I wouldn't want it any other way, as long as i have her by my side! #sheismyrock
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"Yep, @pogprice said yes! She makes my life instantly better!
"We're eating our Thanksgiving dinner at Boston Market, but I wouldn’t want it any other way, as long as i have her by my side! #sheismyrock."
The couple own and run olive oil company, Outrageous Olive Oil & Vinegars, together in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Frankie has been engaged twice before, Jamie Grady in 2005 and to Elycia Marie Turnbow in 2011.
The actor found fame on Emmy Award-winning comedy series Malcolm in the Middle, where he played Malcolm, a child genius who lives with his dysfunctional family.
He starred on the show alongside Bryan Cranston from 2000 to 2006.
More recently, Frankie returned to screens in 2017 as a contestant on Dancing With The Stars.
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