The actress reportedly wed her now-husband at a West London church on Saturday
Michelle Dockery and Jasper Waller-Bridge just tied the knot!
The Downton Abbey star, 41, and Waller-Bridge — the younger brother of Fleabag actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge — were spotted on Saturday decked out in wedding gear outside of a West London church, according to photos shared by multiple news outlets, including the Daily Mail.
Dockery could be seen in a white satin dress holding a bouquet of flowers, while Waller-Bridge wore a navy suit with a pink flower pinned on his jacket, as they smiled outside the venue surrounded by their friends and loved ones.
Waller-Bridge's Emmy-winning sister also reportedly guided guests to the church following a pre-wedding hangout at the local George and Devonshire pub. She wore a coral-colored three-piece pantsuit and walked alongside her partner, Martin MacDonagh.
The apparent bride and groom were surrounded by confetti outside of the church on Saturday, and could be seen in photos cheering together with their excited friends.
Reps for Dockery did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment on Saturday.
The reported wedding comes more than a year after the pair announced their engagement with a notice in The Times in January 2022.
"The engagement is announced between Jasper, son of Michael Waller-Bridge of King’s Lynn, Norfolk, and Teresa Waller-Bridge of Battersea, London, and Michelle, younger daughter of Michael and Lorraine Dockery of Gidea Park, Essex," the notice read.
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The couple, who the Daily Mail reported have been together since 2019, have attended quite a few events together since their engagement — from the April 2022 premiere of Netflix's Anatomy of a Scandal to a 2022 outing at Wimbledon.
Dockery was previously engaged to public relations executive John Dineen, who died in 2015 at age 34 following a battle with a rare form of cancer. Dockery thanked the public for their “support and kindness” at the time of his death via a rep, and years later she revealed during a conversation with The Guardian that she considered herself a "widow."
"That's the first time I've said that, and it's a bit of a relief to say so," she said in 2017.
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