According to the New York Daily News, the comedian married his fiancée Saturday evening in a small Jewish ceremony in New York attended by a handful of friends and family.
While his sitcom alter ego had all kinds of commitment issues, the 46-year-old kissed his long-time bachelor ways goodbye and swapped vows with his 28-year-old bride, a PR rep for designer Tommy Hilfiger.
Jerry and Jessica had become major tabloid fodder when Seinfeld (whose previous romance with teenager Shoshanna Lonstein had already titillated the gossip-mongers) took up with Sklar while she was still hitched to Broadway producer Eric Nederlander.
In fact, Seinfeld began courting Sklar after meeting her in the gym shortly after she returned from her honeymoon. Nederlander was reportedly stunned by his wife's betrayal and swiftly filed for divorce.
The Daily News said three dozen people attended Saturday's post-sundown, rabbi-led wedding ceremony. Guests then dined on crabmeat, lamb and chocolate cake with white frosting.
"It was very funny and very beautiful and they're obviously very in love," guest and fellow comedian Mario Joyner recounted in the newspaper. Added Seinfeld cohort therapist Cliff Singer: "They play well together. She's not demanding." Singer also said the couple wants children.
And no, Seinfeld didn't wear a puffy shirt, opting instead for a more traditional tux; the bride, an empire-waisted slip dress with spaghetti straps, designed by--who else?--Hilfiger.
No word on where the Seinfelds will honeymoon, but they plan to live in the super-rich comedian's $6 million New York apartment.