The actor revealed on Instagram on Friday that he tied the knot "two weeks ago" to wife Jordana in a "*light* blizzard"
Josh Radnor is married!
The How I Met Your Mother star, 49, tied the knot two weeks ago to wife Jordana Jacobs at Cedar Lakes Estate in Hudson Valley, New York, he revealed on Instagram with a series of photos from the couple’s celebration.
“I got married! Two weeks ago. In a *light* blizzard. It was an incredible overwhelming snowy bliss-filled weekend. So grateful to so many people I love for making the trip to @thesistersofcedarlakes to be with us. To @forgedinthenorth for the extraordinary pictures. But most of all to Jordana. I can’t believe my great good fortune that I get to call this extraordinary woman my wife,” he captioned the carousel of images which featured the newlyweds kissing amid a wintry background.
Last November, the actor and singer revealed his plans to exchange vows after playing his song “Brooklyn Girl” during his sold-out NYC tour stop ahead of the release of his new album Eulogy, Vol. I.
Radnor shared on stage that he wrote the song after meeting his bride-to-be at his friend’s “psychedelic” event, adding, “In an unexpected twist, we’re getting married.”
The Fleishman Is in Trouble actor revealed to The New York Times that he and Jacobs met at a sound meditation retreat in February 2022. “That’s her,” Radnor said a voice told him during the trip. “That’s your woman.”
In Sept. 2023, Radnor revealed to PEOPLE while chatting about his new single “Learning” that he had been sharing a home in Brooklyn with his fiancée, and said that his new album tackles the “full menu of emotions” from his life — including being “in love” — which is highlighted with his new cover album art.
“There's a lot of death imagery on the album, but I mean it both literally and metaphorically. A lot of it is about looking at the endings of chapters in your life and then finding the beauty in a beginning of a new chapter," he noted.
Radnor, who has admitted to being very “private” about his personal life, has opened up here and there over the years about his feelings on relationships.
He told the Times that he and Jacobs began texting and calling one another immediately after the retreat. “We were constantly in touch, sharing things we had written and things we had made,” he said. “Thoughts, feelings, insights.”
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The couple wrote their own vows, and Radnor used his to share why he believed he had never been married before.
"I look into the infinity of your green eyes, I know that my not having gotten married until now was not due to some brokenness in me,” he said, per the outlet. “The truth is, I didn’t get married until now because I was waiting for you.”
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