Actor Peyton Meyer had quite a special weekend, revealing to his fans that he exchanged the vows with girlfriend Talea. The 22-year-old He’s All That star shared a series of photos from his wedding to the 24-year-old singer on Monday. He also revealed that he’s expecting his first child, with the photos also featuring Taela’s four-year-old son River from a previous relationship.
He shared the photos on Instagram with a sweet caption that reads, “Alright, I have to get sappy with you for a minute. I had 100 million reasons to never get married. I always hated the concept of marriage,” Meyer began. “But all I needed was one reason to conquer all those reasons… And that one was you,” he said of his new wife Taela. “I’m so grateful for our little family, it has changed my life forever. You changed me forever. I love you,” he added. Adding in parentheses, he jokingly concluded, “To all the dads out there please send ya boy some tips.”
While it’s unclear where the wedding took place as the actor shared a number of outdoor snaps with him, Taela, and River, along with the ultrasound image of the couple’s first child together.
Meanwhile, Taela also shared the same four snaps as well, along with a heartfelt message for her new husband. The singer wrote, “Thank you for showing me the kind of love that i thought only existed in fairytales. Thank you for constantly reminding me of my worth and for making me feel like the most important, beautiful woman in the world,” she added. She also thanked him, “for being by my side through everything imaginable,” adding she’s, “so grateful and excited to share this adventure with you forever. Even the really, really hard stuff is easy with you. You saved my life. I love you,” she concluded.
Meyer started his acting career as a teenager in the Disney Channel series Dog With a Blog, before landing the role of Lucas Friar in Disney Channel’s Girl Meets World. He went on to guest star on Versus and Wayne, while also starring as Trip Windsor in American Housewife. He most recently starred as Jordan Van Draanen in Netflix’s He’s All That, a gender-flipped remake of the 1999 teen romantic comedy She’s All That.