Abigail Breslin said ‘I do’ to her long-term boyfriend (Picture: @abbienormal9)
Abigail Breslin has married her longtime partner Ira Kunyansky one year after sharing news of the couple’s engagement last February.
The Little Miss Sunshine actress, 26, confirmed the happy news by sharing pictures from her big day and of her wedding ring on Instagram, telling her followers she had tied the knot with Ira.
In her ring post’s caption, Abigail simply wrote: ‘Ya girl got married y’all [sic]’ while her beau posted a picture from their big day showing the actress wearing a strapless white dress.
The groom could be seen standing behind her with a huge smile on his face and wrote in his caption: ‘Love my other second half @abbienormal9.’
Keeping followers updated with new wedding pictures, the blonde beauty later uploaded a snap of the newlyweds on the dancefloor with the message: ‘01.28.23 married my bestest friend. @richruski [sic]’.
Abigail’s new husband also reposted a video showing the newlyweds’ first dance and the kiss they shared at the altar after exchanging vows.
Abigail and her long-term partner tied the knot (Picture: @abbienormal9)
The star first announced the news with a picture of her wedding ring (Picture: @abbienormal9)
The pair have reportedly been an item since 2017.
Previously confirming the engagement news by sharing a picture of her sparkling ring on Instagram, the My Sister’s Keeper penned: ‘I was like, ‘duh’ engaged yall. [sic]’
Ira also shared the engagement news on his page at the time, writing: ‘She said YES!’
Actress Jamie Lee Curtis congratulated her Scream Queens co-star in a sweet tribute upload to Instagram.
Alongside a snap of the happy couple, she penned: ‘ALL MY @tvscreamqueens ARE GROWING UP AND GETTING MARRIED AND HAVING BABIES!
‘Oh, @abbienormal9 YOU ARE A GLORIOUS BRIDE! Love to your beautiful family, and all of the hags are sending you so much love and happiness. [sic]’
The couple have reportedly been together since 2017 (Picture: @abbienormal9)
The star was congratulated by her co-star Jamie Lee Curtis (Picture: @abbienormal9)
The wedding news came just months after Abigail opened up about a previous relationship in which she had suffered domestic violence.
She shared her story on Instagram for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, explaining she was in an abusive relationship for two years and it left her feeling as if she ‘deserved less than dirt’.
The actress shared: ‘As a DV survivor I felt compelled to write a little but about my story. I was in a very abusive relationship for close to 2 years.
‘It all started out perfectly, I was so in love. Unfortunately my abuser took advantage of my innocence and naïveté and the relationship subsequently became violent.
‘I was beaten on a regular basis, locked into rooms and forced to pretend everything was ok and normal while dealing with intense injuries … injuries most people didn’t even see.
‘I would use concealer and caked on foundation to hide any and all bruises, because in some way, I still cared for this person.’
‘The physical injuries were also accompanied by a plethora of put downs, shaming and harsh verbal abuse I felt so unworthy of anyone’s love,’ she explained.
Abigail continued in her heartfelt upload: ‘I felt ugly and hated. I felt like I deserved less than dirt.
‘I was certain, there must be something inherently WRONG with ME.’
Domestic abuse helpline
If you are in immediate danger call 999. If you cannot talk, dial 55 and the operator will respond.
For emotional support, you can contact the National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247. Alternatively, for practical and emotional support, please contact Women’s Aid Live Chat 10am – 6pm seven days a week.
You can also reach the National Centre for Domestic Violence on 0800 270 9070 or text NCDV to 60777.
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Male victims of domestic abuse can call 01823 334244 to speak to ManKind, an initiative available for male victims of domestic abuse and domestic violence across the UK as well as their friends, family, neighbours, work colleagues and employers.
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