Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg Are Married

PHOTO: Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg arrive at the 2014 Creative Arts Emmy Awards Aug. 16, 2014, in Los Angeles.
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Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg are husband and wife!

The couple were married Sunday, McCarthy's rep told ABC News. The ceremony was held outside Chicago, TheAssociated Press reported.

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Wahlberg, 45, proposed to McCarthy, 41, this past April, with a 10-carat yellow sapphire ring. Her son, Evan, helped his new step-father pop the question, which made the moment even more special for the former "View" host.

"Of course I said, 'Yes,'" she said of the proposal, adding, "In that moment, Evan yelled, 'I have another dad!' and it made all of us cry."

Wedding planning came next, and McCarthy knew exactly how she wanted to look on her big day.

"It's my second wedding and with me being older, I don't want to look like a virgin bride," she said. "I want to look classy and elegant and age appropriate."

This is the second marriage for both.

Wahlberg's brother Mark also posted a sweet video on Facebook congratulating the couple.

"Congratulations guys ... Wish we could be there," he said next to his children. "We love you Donnie, very happy for you."

Former "View" co-host Sherri Shepherd also post a sweet message on the way to the wedding!

"Catching an early morning flight to @jennyannmccarthy & @donniewahlberg's wedding ... What a beautiful day to join as one before God! Congrats to two beautiful people!" she wrote.

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