The Family has a new member.
“The Sopranos” star James Gandolfini tied the knot with girlfriend Deborah Lin on Saturday, according to People. The couple reportedly married in the bride’s hometown of Honolulu.
“There was a nice big kiss at the end with both hands on the cheeks,” a guest told People. “They looked great.”
In keeping with the island locale, a harpist reportedly played “Hawaiian Wedding Song” as Deborah walked down the aisle. After a 20-minute ceremony, the newly married couple reportedly hopped in a white stretch limousine and headed for a reception at a nearby resort.
The pair has dated since January 2007 and confirmed their engagement to Reuters a year later, in January 2008. It is the second marriage for Gandolfini, who finalized his divorce from wife Marcy in 2002.
His son from the previous relationship, Michael, reportedly served as best man on Saturday.
Since concluding his role as crime boss Tony Soprano in the HBO series in 2007, Gandolfini has turned his attention to film roles, including a part in Spike Lee’s upcoming World War II drama, “Miracle At St. Anna.”