Three months after announcing their engagement, Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner have officially married!
A representative of the supermodel, 26, confirms to PEOPLE that the couple got married on Thursday night.
Kloss and Kushner held a small Jewish ceremony in the state of New York, with an attendance of less than 80 people. They will also offer a larger celebration for friends and loved ones in the spring.
the Gateway Project The host wore a custom Dior dress for the ceremony.
"The wedding was intimate and moving. The couple was radiant with happiness, "says a friend who attended the ceremony to PEOPLE.
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The couple announced their commitment in July, weeks after Kushner answered the question during a romantic weekend in New York State. "Both are delighted and celebrate cheerfully," said a source close to the couple to PEOPLE at the time. "Their hearts are full and they are excited to build their future together."
Kushner proposed a high carat cushion cut diamond in a platinum solitaire with a diamond pavé band.
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When Kloss shared the news of his engagement on Instagram with a selfie that kissed Kushner, he wrote: "I love you more than I have words to express, Josh, you are my best friend and my soulmate, I can not wait forever together. Yes, a million times more than 💍 "
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The model, new host of Gateway Project and the founder of Kode with Klossy, who is also the face of brands like Swarovski, Adidas, Estée Lauder, Express and Carolina Herrera, has been dating Kushner since 2012. And the pair is notorious for keeping a low profile. They have attended only a handful of red carpets together (including this year's Met Gala) and share instant snapshots with each other from time to time.
Kushner is the younger brother of Jared Kushner, senior adviser to President Trump and brother-in-law of Ivanka Trump.
Prior to their engagement, a source told PEOPLE that Kloss converted to Judaism in early June (a step that Trump also took before his engagement to Kushner's older brother). "She has never been someone to make decisions lightly," says the source. "She spends a lot of time reflecting and learning."