There aren’t many celebs who want to keep their relationships under wraps these days.
Some love nothing more than to talk about their other halves in interviews until the cows come home.
More attention-seeking ones will even pretend to break up with their other halves in public so that they reunite again for the cameras a few weeks later.
So well done to the devilishly handsome Danny Mac and his new wife Carley Stenson for keeping their relationship private.
Even when Danny was on Strictly, the pair, who met on the set of Hollyoaks, rarely talked about each other and refused to do a celebrity magazine shoot, even though Carly was loyally in the audience every Saturday.
But last week the pair finally got hitched, quietly, in private without any of us knowing.
We only know that it actually happened because Carley has posted a picture of herself on Instagram, referring to herself as “wifey”.
In the black and white photograph, we can see her wearing a rather lovely chunky scarf that she says she had been given as gift and subtly showed off her new jewellery in the bottom of the shot.
In the accompanying caption the Les Mis star wrote: “My first scarf a ‘CSG’ original. Proper ‘Wifey’ now Thankyou Emma for your guidance x see you back at the #queenstheatre tonight ..dreaming the dream. #blessed (sic).”
‘G’, we are guessing, stands for Danny’s surname Greene.
Before he headed off to get wed, Danny, who’s currently in rehearsals for Sunset Boulevard, posted a snap of a bottle of fizz and a card his castmates had given him before he left.
He thanked everyone for his “pre-wedding send off” in the caption.
Although the beautiful couple have been very shy about their relationship, Danny did let slip they had planned to wed last month!
“I get married in August, so we can’t wait for that,” he said a while back.
“Carley is currently rehearsing for Les Miserables at the moment and she’s the happiest I’ve ever seen her.
“But bless her, we’ve been planning the wedding since the beginning of Strictly Come Dancing and she’s done all the work.
“We’ve just got all the logistics to sort now.”
Well, it would seem, it all worked out.