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Report: Seth Meyers weds longtime girlfriend

Published On: Sep 02 2013 09:42:50 AM CDT
Updated On: Sep 03 2013 12:53:31 AM CDT
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"Saturday Night Live" star Seth Meyers has reportedly tied the knot with longtime girlfriend Alexi Ashe.

According to People magazine, Meyers and Ashe, a human rights lawyer, were married Sunday on Martha's Vineyard, after getting engaged in July.

The couple held an intimate ceremony with close friends and family, People reported.

Meyers is set to take over NBC's "Late Night" show next year when current host Jimmy Fallon moves to "The Tonight Show."

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