Former child star Millie Bobby Brown has confirmed she’s married Jake Bongiovi in the most Gen Z way possible

Millie Bobby Brown has confirmed that she married Jake Bongiovi in ​​the most Gen Z way possible.

The Stranger Things The 20-year-old actress shared a photo with her 63 million Instagram followers of herself wearing a pair of denim shorts with ‘Wifey’ emblazoned across the back.

The former child star married Jon Bon Jovi’s son Jake, 23.

Bon Jovi confirmed the news during an interview with BBCsaying it was a “small family wedding”.

“The bride looked beautiful and Jake is happy as can be. Yes, it is true,” he said.

The two didn’t post any wedding photos, but Brown posted her version, which is iconic.

I guess posting wedding photos would be a tragic millennium, so they had to be creative about it.

The couple got engaged in 2023, when she was just 19, and Brown announced the news on Instagram at the time, quoting Taylor Swift’s song Lover.

“I’ve loved you for three summers baby, I want them all,” she wrote.

Bongiovi made a separate announcement to his 1.2 million followers, captioning the news with the word “forever”.

Brown has been known since childhood for her breakout role in the hit Netflix series Stranger Things.

Although Bongiovi hasn’t secured similar notoriety, he’s the son of the man who sings Living on a Prayer, so he’s also firmly born into the fame game.

The young couple is very enthusiastic about their romance, often posting about their relationship online, walking red carpets together and certainly not afraid to talk about their love.

Recently, during a post celebrating his birthday, she wrote that she is “holding his hand forever”. It’s a classic young love vibe.

Meanwhile, Bongiovi took to his words, writing on his Instagram that he loves Brown more than “words can describe”.

The couple got engaged very young, so young that Brown was still a teenager, but she revealed Glamour that she wasn’t always sold on the wedding—until the Bon Jovi scion changed her mind.

“After I met Jake and saw, ‘oh, I don’t have to be this stereotypical wife for him. He doesn’t want me to be either. He wants me to go and do my thing and live my life, and he’s going to hold my hand while I do it.’ I was like, ‘oh, I really want this,'” Brown told the publication.

Brown also said Bongiovi helped her love herself, which only strengthened their young relationship.

“I thought, ‘Why do you love me?’ And then he listed all the things I hated about myself.

“I said to myself, ‘You see the good in these things?’ And he said, ‘Of course I know.'”

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