Luis Fonsi and Anitta Gush Over Prince Royce and His Wife Emeraude Toubia (Exclusive)

Royce and Toubia tied the knot after eight years of dating.

Luis Fonsi and Anitta have nothing but love for their friend, Prince Royce.

The 29-year-old singer married Shadowhunters actress Emeraude Toubia in a private wedding in Mexico, with the two confirming their marriage via social media on March 29.

Fonsi, who has seen Royce’s career grow over the past 10 years, couldn’t be happier for this new life chapter the "Darte un Beso" singer is embarking on.

"Royce is a friend, you know," Fonsi told ET on Monday while promoting Telemundo’s La Voz and his new album, Vida. "I've hung out with Royce many, many times, and I remember him kind of hinting -- I mean, I can say it now -- he was like, 'I'm going to get married soon,' but you know, I never talk about that kind of stuff so I was surprised. I didn't know about the wedding. I'm happy for him. He's one of the good guys. He's so talented, so kudos to him."

Anitta, whose new album features a song with Royce called "Rosa," says the two have grown to be good friends over the years. They performed together at Premio Lo Nuestro in February and last year Royce teamed up with Anitta as a mentor during her time as a coach on La Voz Mexico.

"I knew before about [the wedding]," Anitta told ET exclusively. "We were talking about it [while working on] the song and the video [for ‘Rosa’]."

"[Toubia’s] makeup artist is my makeup artist too," she shared. "I'm really happy for [him]. I know how difficult, how hard it is to have a relationship from afar. I mean, traveling every time, going to different countries, this is really hard, and when you see a couple that can break this thing in between and still have a good relationship, it’s really nice."

And, for those wondering about their sultry music video, which dropped on Friday. Anitta says it’s all professional.

"Our video is sexy," she said. "Everybody is going to talk about it but it's an artistic thing. J Balvin for example, I'm like his sister and I'm friends with his girlfriend, but on stage, we just play our acts. We just play what we want to play, you know, what the song says, the message that we want to give. So everything is good."

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