Quentin Tarantino has married his actress fiancée in Los Angeles

Quentin Tarantino has married his actress fiancée in Los Angeles”

The pair Wednesday in an intimate ceremony in Los Angeles yesterday, reports E!.

Earlier in the night, Quentin and Daniella tied the knot in an intimate ceremony at their home in Los Angeles.

Tarantino and Pick got engaged last July after after dating on and off for almost a decade.

Pick wore a white dress, white veil with a sweetheart neckline and tiara while Tarantino looked dapper in a black suit.

Quentin Tarantino can now claim his own true romance. They had an engagement party in September 2017 in New York City which featured cast members from Pulp Fiction, including Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman.

"Thanks for your kind wishes".

Pick, 35, is the daughter of Svika Pick, an Israeli pop singer.

This is the first marriage for the eccentric director, who said back in 2009 that his bachelorhood was a choice he made in order to focus on making his movies.

Just days before the wedding, Tarantino wrapped filming on his latest feature 'Once Upon A Time in Hollywood.' The multi-threaded crime-mystery stars Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie.

The two-time Oscar-winning director never married before.

"When I'm doing a movie, I'm not doing anything else", he previously shared with GQ. Meanwhile, Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra are getting ready to say "I do" this weekend.

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