A little piece of most men in America probably died this morning upon waking up and learning that yes, Megan Fox is officially married.
The 24-year-old sex symbol wed her longtime boyfriend, Brian Austin Green, 36, in Hawaii June 24, according to their reps. Green's 8-year-old son, Kassius, attended the small, private ceremony held at the Four Seasons hotel on Hawaii's Big Island.
Photographs obtained by TMZ.com show the newlyweds frolicking in the sand following their ceremony, she in a red bikini, he in white board shorts, both flaunting wedding bands.
Fox and Green's marriage comes after a long, at times rocky, relationship. The "Transformers" and "Jonah Hex" actress started dating the star of the old school "90210" in 2004 after meeting him on the set of the sitcom "Hope & Faith." The two briefly split in February 2009 after a two-year engagement.
Fox, admittedly, has relationship issues. In a 2009 interview with Esquire, she revealed she's bisexual but said she had no interest in getting involved with a woman who's also bisexual.
"I have no question in my mind about being bisexual," she said. "I'm also a hypocrite: I would never date a girl who was bisexual, because that means they also sleep with men, and men are so dirty that I'd never want to sleep with a girl who had slept with a man."
Apparently, Green isn't too dirty for Fox. His last serious relationship prior to Fox was with Vanessa Marcil, the mother of his 8-year-old son. Within a few months of his February '09 split with Fox, they reconciled, and he proposed for a second time June 1.
Fox hasn't always championed marriage. But earlier this month, while promoting "Jonah Hex," she waxed poetic about her newfound respect for legitimizing the relationship between a man and woman.
"If you're going to be with someone and make a commitment, it's good to tell the universe, to say I'm committing to this person and making them my family," she told "Access Hollywood." "I think there's something respectable about that, and if we were to do it, it would be for ourselves. It wouldn't' be for society."