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Now we know that Danica McKellar was already married when she took the plunge this week!

"Any guesses about what we're doing on our tropical vacation? Hint: It starts with a 'Z' and ends in 'Ahhhh!'" the actress and math scholar shared a photo on Wednesday of her and her new hubby, lawyer Scott Sveslosky, about to go hurtling through the trees via zip line.

Meanwhile, McKellar's rep confirmed yesterday that she and Sveslosky had in fact tied the knot on Saturday in Kauai in front of only 25 of their nearest and dearest, including the bride's son Draco, 4, and the groom's son Hunter, 10.

The bride told People that she and Sveslosky would be staying put following their idyllic I-dos, and it appears that they did indeed immerse themselves in their surroundings.

"It's so beautiful here. We've surfed, kayaked, hiked and even zip lined upside down," she said.

McKellar also shared video footage from one of their hikes, telling the camera "pretty cool" as they traversed the terrain. "The Mimosa Pudica 'shy' plant, whose leaves close when you touch them! #tropicalvacationFTW," she captioned the video, the author of several math textbooks even turning her honeymoon into a learning experience.

The Mimosa Pudica "shy" plant, whose leaves close when you touch them! #tropicalvacationFTW

A video posted by Danica McKellar (@danicamckellar) on

These two managed to keep their increasingly serious relationship pretty low-profile leading up to their engagement, though Sveslosky did get an on-air shout-out from McKellar's pro partner Val Chmerkovskiy during her eight-week run on Dancing With the Stars last spring. The attorney popped the question in July.


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