Jeff Dunham and girlfriend Audrey Murdick are now married, according to reports. The couple wed Friday in Santa Ynez, Calif. in a small ceremony.
Jeff Dunham, the popular comedian and ventriloquist, married his girlfriend Audrey a fitness instructor, at the Sunstone Vineyards and Winery, according to People magazine. His representative told the publication that the happy couple had a non-denominational ceremony, and that there were 112 guests present.
"No matter what the day, we go to sleep laughing, and we wake up laughing," the pair said in a statement. "We can't imagine a love any better than this."
The Batman-themed wedding included a groom's cake that looked like the Batmobile, as well as groom and bride figures that looked like Batman and Catwoman, according to Inquisitr. Dunham's eldest daughter, Bree, walked him down the aisle, and his dog, Roadie was the ringbearer.
Despite the age difference- Dunham is 50, while Audrey is only 32- the couple seems to be going strong, as they've been together since 2009. She was his fitness trainer and nutritionist, and they were engaged in December of 2011, according to Laugh Spin. The father of three seems wholly satisfied with his new bride.
"TA DAAAA! @audreymurdick and I are now married and I'm the luckiest guy on the planet! #jedreywedding2012 Off to honeymoon!" the ventriloquist tweeted Saturday.
After the wedding, which included guests like writer Kelly Asbury of "Shrek II" and designer Andy Smith of the "Batman" movies, the couple is planning a cross-country honeymoon. They'll visit Vermont and Napa Valley, then take a drive along the California coast to their home in Los Angeles.
This is Murdick's first marriage, but the second for Dunham. The comedian has three daughters with previous wife Paige Brown Dunham, whom he officially divorced in 2010. They were married for 14 years before separating in 2008.
The comedian, who earned over $30 million in 2008 according to Forbes, is embarking on another tour in November. His show begins the first of the month in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, and is titled "Disorderly Conduct."