It appears that the two tied the knot at a registry office in Ventura, California, with bigger celebrations in the works.
“Scarlett and I have made it officially legal and the two of us could not be happier,” Cooper wrote alongside four photos of the couple. “Cheers to a life full of love, happiness, adventure, and great purpose, Mrs. Hefner. I very much look forward to planning our wedding celebrations in the months ahead. I love you, Scarlett.”
In one image, the newlyweds pose in the office with Cooper looking dapper in a suit and Scarlett wearing a lacy white outfit.
He also shared photos of the couple throughout their romance.
Scarlett and I have made it officially legal and the two of us could not be happier. Cheers to a life full of love, happiness, adventure, and great purpose, Mrs. Hefner. I very much look forward to planning our wedding celebrations in the months ahead. I love you, Scarlett. pic.twitter.com/8MTxOC0DqI
Scarlett, who has appeared in the Harry Potter films and on television on Falling Skies, also shared the snaps on her Instagram account, where she also changed her name to Mrs. Hefner.
“Cooper and I are excited to share that we legally married,” she wrote. “We are looking forward to planning our wedding in the coming months where we will celebrate further with our friends and family. I love you Cooper. I am proud to stand by your side, as your partner, your friend, and your wife. I cannot wait to continue building a life together. My heart is so full and I am so grateful for our love.”
Cooper is one of two sons that Hugh had with his ex-wife, Kimberley Conrad. A businessman and writer, he was previously the chief creative officer at Hugh’s Playboy Enterprises, and according to his Twitter account, is now CEO of Stag Daily, a company launching in 2020.