Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams Are Married!

The Modern Family alum, 31, and Bachelor in Paradise barkeep, 38, first was a tease on Twitter in 2016 however didn’t get together until the fall of 2017. (Adams later affirmed he initially met Hyland through online entertainment.)

Before Hyland and Adams coupled up, she had been vocal about her not-really secret crush on him during his time competing for JoJo Fletcher’s heart on season 12 of The Bachelorette in 2016.

The pair shocked fans by sprucing up in a couple’s Stranger Things ensemble for Halloween 2017. Then, at that point, they hung out in his headquarters of Nashville and hers in Los Angeles, archiving their undertakings on Snapchat and Instagram.

He even arranged seven days in length birthday festivity for Hyland that incorporated a meeting at Disneyland. In December 2017, they chose and enriched their most memorable Christmas tree together.

dams proposed to Hyland in summer 2019 after right around two years of dating. The couple initially wanted to marry in August 2020, however postponed the pre-marriage ceremony on different occasions because of COVID-19 worries in the midst of the pandemic.

In August 2021, Adams let PEOPLE know that he and Hyland were “trusting” to get hitched in 2022 — however he additionally prodded that they were “going to go to Vegas or the town hall” to marry assuming another mishap hit.

“We should get hitched clearly last year, that didn’t occur. We should get hitched for this present year, that didn’t occur,” the Bachelor in Paradise barkeep told

He added, “So presently we are trusting one year from now, or we will go to Vegas, or the town hall, I don’t have any idea — all things considered, we won’t do those last two things, but rather I don’t have the foggiest idea. 2022 must be our year, right?!”

Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams
Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams

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Last month, Hyland talked with PEOPLE about her big day and what she’s generally anticipating with regards to wedded life.

“We are pragmatic,” she said. “We own a house together. We have our canines together, and we’ve been praising this excursion of life supporting each other for very nearly five years now. So I don’t think a ton will change.”

Hyland likewise demanded that she was taking anticipating the couple’s extraordinary day “slowly and carefully” and didn’t “truly have a ton of time to consider it.”

“I’m truly eager to have the option to — on paper, formally — begin our family,” she added.

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