Bill Nye ‘the Science Guy’ marries journalist Liza Mundy
According to a People article on Wednesday, the venerable TV personality wed Liza Mundy in late May.
The ceremony was administered by "Star Trek" actor Robert Picardo in the Smithsonian Institute's Enid A. Haupt Garden in Washington, DC.
A source told the magazine that the vows Nye, 66, and Mundy, 61, penned themselves were "equal parts poignant and hilarious."
The couple first communicated via email when the former "Bill Nye the Science Guy" star read about the journalist's 2017 book
Among the guests who gave the pair toasts at wedding reception were Mundy's daughter Anna,
Nye's brother Darby, and the groom's longtime buddy Brian
The best-selling author slipped into a pair of glittering sneakers and they danced to "What a Wonderful World.
In 2017, Mundy referenced Nye's mom, cryptanalyst Jacqueline Jenkins-Nye
in her New York Times top rated book "Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II
Charge Nye purportedly connected with Mundy through email and started another sentiment, People reports.
The two showed up together at the Captain Planet Foundation 30th Anniversary
Function in March and generally as of late showed up at the debut of his new Peacock series
The unscripted series by Nye, Seth MacFarlane and Brannon Braga will show Nye going to locales of worldwide catastrophes