The Truth About Lena Dunham's Surprise Wedding To Luis Felber

Lena Dunham is best known for creating, writing, directing and starring in the HBO comedy "Girls." In recent years she's been open about her personal struggles on social media. She openly shared her journey to make the decision to have a hysterectomy as a result of her endometriosis. She also regularly provides details of her sobriety journey and is open about her struggle to have a healthy relationship with her body with her 2.8 million Instagram followers. She recently partnered with 11 Honoree, a website that provides runway-ready clothing for women above a size 10 to create a clothing line that is accessible for women of all sizes. "Right now the only thing I'm doing is speaking about my own experience," she told The New York Times. "So this clothing line is a direct response to my experience,"

The Golden Globe winner also told The NY Times in April that she had a boyfriend she'd met in London while working on multiple projects. "It's been a few months," she divulged. "I feel really lucky." She also revealed that he's a musician and that he's "the greatest person I've ever met."

Apparently, she was really serious about her comments. Read on to find out about their surprise wedding that occurred less than a year after the pair began dating! 

Lena Dunham ties the knot months after confirming her relationship with Luis Felber

According to Page Six, multiple sources confirmed that Lena Dunham and Luis Felber married over the weekend of September 25. Felber alluded to the nuptials on his Instagram Story by posting the song "This Will Be Our Year" by the Zombies. Their wedding comes three and a half years after she split from musician and frequent Taylor Swift collaborator Jack Antonoff after 5 years together.

Following the reveal of her boo in The New York Times in April, Dunham has shared a few glimpses into her relationship with the English-Peruvian musician professionally known as Attawalpa. In May, she posted on Instagram about his new video for his song "Yellow Fingers". The writer and actor wrote, "Brand new song & video from my [heart emoji] @attawalpa and by gosh I believe he's done it again...It's so special – and nice green 'knickers' my love, did not know those moves were in you." 

The "Not That Kind of Girl" author posted for her new beau's birthday on Instagram in June writing, "When I was 3 weeks old in downtown Manhattan, I had no idea a baby was being born in England (Winchester, no less!) who would rocket into my life- wearing a lime green polar fleece snood- and challenge so many of my beliefs about myself and the world with magical abandon." Dunham also supported her love during the All Points East Festival in August, writing on Instagram, "Thrilling watching you do what you were born to do."