Youtuber Jenna Marbles has married her longtime partner, Julien Solomita after nine years of dating. Julien shared the news in an Instagram post featuring him, Jeena, and their dogs.

“Married otters,” read the caption as Julien kissed Jenna in their wedding attire. Jenna Marbles’ real name is Jenna Mourey. Jenna has not publicly shared any photos or posts about their marriage.

In the comments, many celebrities shared their congratulations for the couple, including Rachel Zegler, Brittany Broski, Chris Melberger, and more.

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Their engagement was announced in April 2021 when Julien revealed the news in a Twitch stream.

“A little while ago, I asked Jenna to marry me and she said yes. So, we are engaged,” he said.

Julian, who is also a content creator, then showed his engagement band and the diamond ring he proposed to Jenna with. The couple has been together since 2013.

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The news comes nearly two years after Jenna announced she was quitting vlogging after viewers criticized her posting racist videos. In a video posted on her YouTube channel, Marbles said, “I feel like we are at a time where we are purging ourselves of anything and everything toxic.”

Citing that some viewers have told her that she’s an “unproblematic queen,” Marbles said that she has made mistakes in the past and is “not completely unproblematic.”

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Some of Marble’s controversial videos, created over a decade ago include the YouTuber in blackface when imitating Nicki Minaj. In another video, she shamed women who “slept around” and a racist joke about Asian men in the “Bounce That D***” music video.

Marbles said that she made the Minaj video private after learning that some people believed her makeup in the video was blackface, which she said she didn’t intend.

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About another video, she said, “It’s awful, it doesn’t need to exist, it’s inexcusable, it’s not okay.”

Since then, Marbles has been largely inactive on all of her social media. However, she still maintains nearly 20 million subscribers on her YouTube channel.