YouTuber PewDiePie married Marzia Bisogin, a long-term girlfriend, at a lovely London ceremony, eight years to the day they met. The contentious Swedish vlogger, 29-true name Felix Kjellberg-and 26-year-old Italian social media star tied the knot on Monday at Kew Gardens ‘ Temperate House and Nash Conservatory.
He announced the news on Tuesday through his Instagram and Twitter accounts and wrote: “We’re married!!! I’m the happiest I could ever be. I’m so fortunate with this incredible lady to share my life.” Marzia also posted on her social media pages an amazing gallery of pictures, telling her 6.2 million supporters of Instagram that the day had a unique meaning for the pair.
On Tuesday, an eyewitness said:’ It was a wedding late afternoon / early evening. It seemed to be a tiny, intimate affair with only a select few individuals. Elizabeth Gate was used by the guests, the same entrance as clients. There didn’t seem to be a lot of safety being put in place, only a few staff members surrounding the location with the wedding in the visitors’ perspective.
“PewDiePie and Marzia seemed to be on their own inside Elizabeth Gate’s Nash Conservatory as guests waiting outside.” The pair had 107 million YouTube subscribers, 24 million Instagram supporters, and 22 million Twitter supporters between them. But Marzia hasn’t uploaded a’ goodbye’ video to YouTube for nine months in October last year.
The couple met online in 2011, with Marzia relocating to Sweden six months later to live with PewDiePie. They later moved with their pugs Edgar and Maya to Brighton, UK-a renowned place for YouTubers like Joe Sugg, Zoella, and Alfie Deyes. Marzia was a well-known supporter of the internet career of her now-husband and is believed to have slipped into her DMs while she was still living in Italy. He answered and it came close to them.
Even CutiePieMarzia, a supposed nod to her YouTube idol, was her screen name before they met. In a Swedish Radio interview four years ago, he jumped on a plane to Italy to meet her, recalling:’ If there was something I learned at this stage, if there was something you want, grab it, otherwise drop it. So I was going to Italy. “I didn’t even say I was leaving. I just left home and left a note in the kitchen to my parents and told them I couldn’t watch the dog anymore.”