Charlie White is married!
The 27-year-old, who won the gold medal for ice dancing at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, wed longtime girlfriend and fellow Olympic ice dancer Tanith Belbin, 30, on Saturday at the Planterra Conservatory in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, their reps told E! News in a joint statement.
The two exchanged vows in front of about 130 friends and family members and the bride wore an ivory, strapless Modern Trousseu wedding A-Line gown with a pink ombré skirt and sweetheart neckline, according to People, which first announced the news and posted a photo of the happy couple.
Belbin, who is retired from competitive ice skating, also sported sparkling earrings and veil and kept her long blond hair loose. The groom looked sharp in a black Ralph Lauren tux and a pale pink rose boutonniere.
Retired ice dancer Lauren Fenft was Belbin's maid of honor, while White's Olympic skating partner, Meryl Davis (pictured below, with White at the Sochi Olympics), and his three sisters served as bridesmaids and wore pink, People said.
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Belbin's ice dancing partner Benjamin Agosto, with whom she won the silver medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Italy, also attended the wedding, People reported. That year, the two became the first U.S. ice dancers to win an Olympic medal in 30 years. They also came in fourth place at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Belbin is originally from Ontario.
White and Belbin met in 1998 at a Detroit rink located not far from their wedding venue and have been dating since 2009, People said. White announced their engagement last June, after competing on season 18 of Dancing With the Stars. He and dance partner Sharna Burgess came in fifth place in the ABC dancing competition series.
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Davis also competed and won the Mirror Ball Trophy with dance partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
The two recently reunited for Dancing With the Stars' 10th anniversary special, which will air on Tuesday.
—Reporting by Ruth O'Neill