Josh Radnor Ted Mosby of How I Met Your Mother

Josh Radnor, Ted Mosby of How I Met Your Mother, is now married. See Wedding Pictures – NDTV Movies

Josh Radnor, Ted Mosby of How I Met Your Mother, is now married.  See pictures from the wedding

Josh with Jordana Jacobs. (Courtesy of Joshradnor)

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And so Ted Mosby found the right thing. “How I Met Your Mother” star Josh Radnor married his girlfriend Jordana Jacobs on a “snowy weekend of bliss” at the Cedar Lakes Estate in the Hudson Valley. Sharing pictures from the wedding on his Instagram, Josh wrote: “I got married! Two weeks ago. In a *light* snowstorm. It was an incredibly overwhelming, snowy weekend of bliss. I am grateful to so many people that I made the trip to Cedar Lakes Estate to be with us. To Forged In The North for the extraordinary images. But especially to Jordana. I cannot believe how lucky I am to be able to call this extraordinary woman my wife.”

The post's comments section was flooded with HIMYM references. “This marriage is going to die…wait a minute…” wrote one user (IYKYK). Another added: “He found his Tracy.” Another added: “I have to ask, did she have a yellow umbrella?” Another read: “And this kids…” Another Instagram user added: ” He found it.” Posts from another fan: “Kids, I'm going to tell you an incredible story.” Another comment read: “Please tell us how you met her.” Another added: “I'm happy like that for you. Won’t you tell us how you met her?”

Check out the photos from the wedding here:

The original hit series “How I Met Your Mother” ran for nine successful seasons from 2005 to 2014. Josh Radnor played the true blue romantic Ted Mosby. Neil Patrick Harris played the role of womanizer Barney Stinson. Cobie Smulders played a goofy newscaster named Robin Scherbatsky. Jason Segel and Alyson Hannigan, portrayed as Marshal Ericson and Lily Aldrin, who are madly in love. Bob Saget was the narrator, providing the voice for an older version of Ted Mosby's character. The group of friends bonded at MacLaren's Pub while navigating life and meeting the many of Ted Mosby's “The One.”