As her Hollywood career continues to soar, Michelle Yeoh takes her true love story to the next level.
After to people and other media outlets, the ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ actress married her longtime fiancé, former Ferrari boss Jean Todt, on Wednesday after a 19-year engagement.
Although details are scarce, the ceremony is seen to have taken place in Geneva, Switzerland in a photo series shared by Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa on Instagram.
One of Massa’s snaps appears to be from the couple’s wedding program.
“We met in Shanghai on June 4, 2004,” it says. “On July 26, 2004, JT proposed to MY and she said YES! Today, after 6992 days on July 27th, 2023 in Geneva, surrounded by loving family and friends, we are so happy to celebrate this special moment together!”
Yeoh’s 2023 Oscar statuette for Everything Everywhere All at Once also appears in some of Massa’s pictures, in which the couple pose happily in their wedding attire.
Yeoh and Todt have yet to speak publicly about their marriage. HuffPost contacted Yeoh representatives for comment, but did not immediately receive a response.
Yeoh was previously married from 1988 to 1992 with Hong Kong business magnate Dickson Poon. Todt has a son, Nicolas, from a previous marriage.
It’s been a monumental year for Yeoh, who made history as the first Asian actor to win an Oscar for Best Actress in March.
Before the SAG-AFTRA strike began, Yeoh was in London filming the adaptation of the hit musical Wicked. she plays Madam Morriblethe principal of Shiz University, where rival witches Elphaba (Cynthia Erivo) and Glinda (Ariana Grande) study.