Felicidades to Prince Royce and Emeraude Toubia, who recently married in a ceremony so secret that their biggest fans didn't even know they were engaged, let alone already heading down the aisle. The newlyweds shared their happy news via their first wedding photo on the cover of the latest issue of People en Español. According to the magazine, Royce (né Geoffrey Royce Rojas) and Toubia tied the knot in an "intimate and ultra-private" ceremony in the heart of Mexico.
Neither the couple nor the magazine has released any further photos or information about the ceremony, but, judging by Toubia's jaw-dropping wedding dress, as seen on the cover of the magazine, it was a glamorous and fairy-tale-esque affair. Her crisp white gown features a strapless sweetheart neckline, a ball gown–style skirt, and a bodice covered in delicate lace flowers. She wore her dark hair down in loose curls, and accessorized with dramatic diamond and pearl drop earrings and a gorgeous diamond tiara fit for a princess. Royce, meanwhile, sported a perfectly tailored black tuxedo and matching bow tie, and complemented his wife's jewelry with diamond stud earrings and an intricate silver ring on his right hand.
Royce, a Latin singer-songwriter, and Toubia, an actress who currently appears in Shadowhunters, were first linked back in 2011, though the famously private couple didn't officially confirm their relationship until several years later. "We met at a restaurant with other friends a long time ago," Royce said during an interview on Univision's Sal y Pimienta in 2016, according to The Latin Times. When Toubia jumped in, saying, "He wanted to meet another girl, but I got there first!" Royce concurred, adding, "And that is the story."
Royce, 29, has also spoken about why he and Toubia, 30, prefer to keep their romance under wraps. "As an artist, as a public figure, it is good to have your life personal, in everything," he told TVyNovelas in 2017, per The Latin Times. "I feel like sometimes we hear rumors: Are they dating, did they break up—and to us, it has always been important to keep everything private."