The “Parks and Recreation” star Aubrey Plaza has announced her marriage with long term boyfriend Jeff Baena, who is a director and screenwriter. Aubrey announced being married to Jeff via an Instagram post, and called Baena her husband on Friday.
After that, her publicist also confirmed the news. Certainly, her fans have been given a great surprise as Plaza and Baena have been in a relationship for about a decade, and apparently, the two got married in secret.
The actress posted a series of pictures on her Instagram, including her and Baena’s, while announcing a new project by her husband titled “Spin Me Around”. She captioned the post, “So proud of my darling husband @jeffbaena for dreaming up another film that takes us to italia to cause some more trouble 😈 excited to be reunited with the amazing @alisonbrie (who also co-wrote this one!) and @theofficialsuperstar @sordociego @lauren_weedman and so many more fun people in this. Preparati!! 🇮🇹 ❤”
The new comedy film will also feature Aubrey along with Alison Brie and Alessadnro Nivola.
Aubrey’s comment section has been filled with well wishes and lovely comments from fans and friends. Actress Mary Steenburgen also commented, “Whoa!!!! Just took in the word husband and I am sending you both love and congratulations and blessings!!!!!”
Prison Break star Robin Tunney also commented on Plaza’s post. She wrote, “HUSBAND???????? You got married????? I’m so happy for you guys!
Aubrey and Jeff have been together since 2011. Plaza has also starred in his movies like “Life After Beth” and “The Little Hours”. Besides, the couple has been working together a lot lately as Aubrey made her directorial debut with Showtime’s “Cinema Toast”, which is created by Baena.
Besides, the two have always been vocal about their relationships. Talking about quarantining at home together, Plaza told, “We were quarantined for months and months like everybody else. And we did enjoy it. I think it was, obviously other than all of the catastrophic things happening in the world, just on a personal level, relationship level, was kind of nice to just be forced to be in one place for that long. Could have gone either way, I guess.”