YouTubers PewDiePie And Marzia Bisgonin Are Married — All The Deets On Their Wedding

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Who Is Marzia Bisognin? New Details On YouTuber PewDiePie's Wife And Their Wedding

Controversial YouTuber Felix Kjellberg — better known as PewDiePie — has tied the knot with his girlfriend of eight years. On August 20, he tweeted "We are married!!! I'm the happiest I can be." The couple got married on August 19th. PewDiePie shared photos of his beautiful bride on his social media and said "I'm so lucky to share my life with this amazing woman." Marzia Bisognin is now Mrs. PewDiePie. Who is Marzia Bisgonin?

1. How did they meet?

PewDiePie and Marzia met after a mutual friend introduced her to his YouTube channel. The friend told Marzia she should watch "this idiot playing video games," and she did. She then emailed the Swedish YouTube star to tell him she thought his videos were funny. And that's how their love started. Marzia, a native of Vicenza, Italy, moved to Sweden to be near him. Later, they moved to Brighton, England together. And now, eight years after they met, they're married. 

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2. They married 8 years to the day from when they met

Marzia took to Instagram to post a stunning shot from her wedding and captioned it: "Yesterday, the 19th of August — after exactly 8 years since we met — we celebrated our wedding with our closest friends and family. It was the most beautiful day, which I will treasure forever. I am so thankful for all the people that made time to attend the event and helped us celebrate our marriage. I feel like I’m the luckiest person and I’m so full of love. Incredibly ecstatic to be able to call Felix my husband for the rest of our lives.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

A post shared by Marzia Kjellberg (@itsmarziapie) on Aug 20, 2019 at 4:40am PDT

3. She's a former fashion vlogger

Mazia Bisgonin launched CutiePieMarziaher fashion and lifestyle vlogs, on YouTube in 2012. She had 7.4 million followers when she decided to quit doing that in October 2018. She posted a video explaining her decision to her fans, saying: “All I have is this feeling that it is time for me to try something new in my life. This may seem so sudden to most of you, probably, but it is something that I knew for a long time. Especially this year I’ve struggled with finding a reason to keep going.” She also said that she felt like a fraud when she became very famous just for bing PewDiePie's girlfriend.

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4. She has a jewelry, pottery and home decor company

Since leaving YouTube, Marzia has been spending time on Mai, her jewelry, pottery and home decor brand. She and her husband also founded a unisex clothing brand, Tsuki Market. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

A post shared by Marzia Kjellberg (@itsmarziapie) on Jun 17, 2019 at 11:09am PDT

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5. She has two dogs

Marzia and Felix have two pugs, Edgar and Maya. They also have a hedgehog named Dogy.

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6. The PewDiePie controversy

PewDiePie has been the highest earning or one of the highest earning YouTube stars for a decade. In 2018, he was the 9th highest paid YouTube star with $15.5 million in earnings. In February 2017, he lost his YouTube Red show when it was revealed that several of his videos contained anti-Semitic references. PewDiePie claimed the videos were sarcastic and merely meant to highlight how people will do anything for money, no matter how inappropriate or shocking. In the most obvious example, he paid two people $5 through the website fiver to hold up a sign that said, "Death to all Jews". Then, on September 10 of the same year, another video showed PewDiePie casually using the "n word." While playing a game, the YouTuber was heard very clearly saying: "What a f—ing ni—r! Jeez! Oh my God! What the f—? Sorry, but what the f—?"

Amy Lamare is a Los Angeles based freelance writer covering entertainment, pop culture, beauty, fashion, fitness, technology, and the intersection of technology, business, and philanthropy. You can find her on Instagram and Facebook.