Neville Longbottom aka Mathew Lewis gets married to American actress Angela Jones
The couple had gotten engaged after a whirlwind romance in November 2016, just four months after Angela officially divorced her first husband.
The young man we fell in love with as the lovable Neville Longbottom of the 'Harry Potter' franchise, Mathew Lewis, has gotten married. He shared a beautiful photo of himself and his beautiful bride Angela Jones from the ceremony on Instagram on Monday, May 29, to mark the occasion.
The actor, who is clearly far luckier in the romance department as opposed to his on-screen character, looked dapper in a black tuxedo, while his better half looked ethereal in a white satin number with lace detail on the bodice and a small train. The British icon also commemorated the fact that his wife is American, by captioning the photo "GBUS."
Mathew had reportedly proposed to Angela back in November 2016 after a whirlwind romance. She had officially gotten divorced from her first husband just four months prior to that. Despite the skepticism that came their way, a source close to them had revealed to Daily Mail at the time, "They're both over the moon. They got together in July and hit it off straight away."
Despite his appeal to the paparazzi, Mathew has more or less managed to keep his romance under the wraps. The only news to have emerged about even their engagement is that the obviously romantic 'Harry Potter' star popped the question with a beautiful diamond ring in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Every so often, he also showers his "better half" with a lot of love, oftentimes calling her the best thing that happened to him. He captioned one of their photos, "After an indescribable two weeks my other half is heading back across the pond. She's the best thing in my life and inspires me to do and be better every single day. This one's for you, babe xx 🐱🐼"
Mathew, who appeared alongside Emilia Clarke in 'Me Before You,' is being touted as the "ugly duckling" of the 'Harry Potter' cast, having grown up to be a very handsome man, as opposed to the more hapless character he portrayed in the film series.
We are definitely glad this Prince Charming got his happily ever after.