The actress and Jones married in a beachside ceremony over the weekend
On Thursday, the former Dynasty actress, 62, shared photos from her wedding ceremony to Ellis Jones.
In the Instagram carousel, she confirmed that the couple's nuptials took place last weekend.
“My beloved and I tied the knot on Oct 21st. We are so grateful to have celebrated with close friends and family. I feel so blessed🤍,” she captioned the post.
For the first image, Oxenberg and Jones gazed into each other’s eyes while standing on a beach, taking in the sunset.
In the following photos, she wrapped her arms around her new husband and rested her face on his.
The actress opened up about her wedding plans in a June interview with PEOPLE, stating that the couple planned to marry in October on the beach, with Oxenberg’s daughters — India, 32, Maya, 22, and Celeste, 20 — in attendance.
Oxenberg and Jones began seeing each other after he offered her a place to stay when she lost her home in the 2018 California wildfires. He was a neighbor at the time.
“No matter how much trauma I’ve gone through — feeling like something was irretrievably lost — it’s been an extraordinary experience to realize I’m not broken,” Oxenberg told PEOPLE. “I’ve realized I’m not defective. I’m intact. I’m whole.”
The Sleeping Beauty star made international headlines when she fought to free her daughter India from the sinister NXIVM cult.
It took Oxenberg seven years to reunite with India, and she documented the experience in her 2018 book Captive. The ordeal was also covered in the 2020 Starz docuseries Seduced.
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While speaking to PEOPLE in August 2018, Oxenberg recalled the heartbreak she felt to learn that her daughter had been branded as a member of the NXIVM cult.
“I was horrified,” Oxenberg told PEOPLE. “It was horror and disbelief. I could never believe anything like that could have happened to my daughter. It seems so aberrant and it was so twisted. And how had it gone from a group about ‘self help’ to suddenly being about branding women?”
“I couldn’t stop sobbing. It was like all of this pent up emotion and I was trying to be quiet and not be disruptive,” she told PEOPLE in 2018.
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