The couple, who started dating only a few weeks ago, got married in a New York City courthouse on Friday (February 23) with a few friends present.
The actress, who was recently in news for breaking up with music producer Jeff Magid, married film producer Sebastian Bear-McClard.
The pair have been together since at least December, when they were spotted together at two New York Knicks games in the wake of Ratajkowski's split from Jeff Magid.
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On Friday, the 26-year-old dropped an Instagram bomb by revealing her Stories to share that she is in fact no longer a single woman. The model wrote on the other photos from the intimate ceremony, "Soooo I have a surprise".
Channeling a Bianca Jagger vibe, Ratajkowski donned an affordably chic mustard yellow pant suit by Zara-a $129 belted jacket and matching $69.90 flared trousers, on sale now at Zara.com accessorized by a floppy black hat with a short black veil attached to the front. Emily could be seen getting a sweet kiss on the cheek from Sebastian as the newlyweds held hands.
She also posted a photo of the two standing on the balcony of her hotel suite with two engagement ring emojis and 'ny'. Social media star, The Fat Jewish, served as a witness during the big day.
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Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Bear-McClard-Ratajkowsi!
Also in attendance was Bear-McClard's friend and co-director on Good Time, Josh Safdie, and a pet dog, cradled by Emily in her arms.
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