Ricky Martin and his fiancé Jwan Yosef have officially tied the knot!
"I’m a husband, but we’re doing a heavy party in a couple of months," the Puerto Rican pop star, 46, told E! News on Wednesday.
"We exchanged vows, and we’ve swear [sic] everything, and we’ve signed all the papers that we needed to sign, prenups and everything … It feels amazing! I can’t introduce him as my fiancé. I can’t. He’s my husband. He’s my man."
Martin met his Syrian-Swedish artist husband, 33, through Instagram, and they began officially dating in 2016, according to People. In November of 2016, Martin revealed he had proposed to Yosef on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, a popular American daytime talk-show.
"We just got engaged," the renowned internationally singer said at the time.
Telling the romantic engagement story, Martin explained: "I got on my knees and I took out the little metal box."
"I just had it in a little velvet pouch and instead of saying, 'Will you marry me?' I said, 'I got you something!' Bad," the singer said. "Then he was like, 'Yes.' I said, 'I want to spend my life with you,' and he was like, 'What is the question?' 'Would you marry me?' That's it."
Martin has previously said that he and Yosef would hold a large Middle Eastern and Latin American infused wedding party.
"This [wedding] is going to be Middle Eastern and Latin crazy all at once. It’s going to be one loud wedding!" Martin said in 2016.
As of yet, the couple hasn't hosted such an event, but Martin promised it's still in the works.
"The typical three-day party, the dinner, the rehearsal, the party and the recovery. You'll be the first to know," Martin promised.
Describing his relationship with Yosef, Martin said: "It’s one of those things when you have very beautiful moments, magical moments, magical conversations and beautiful experiences and all this time, you’re thinking, maybe it’s here."
"Then you just go for it and allow yourself to feel … I’m very certain about what’s happening. I’m a hopeless romantic," he added.
Martin's new husband was born in Syria, to a Kurdish father and an Armenian mother.
The family later immigrated to Sweden, where he studied art at the Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. He graduated in 2009 and went on to complete an MA in Fine Arts at Central Saint Martins in London in 2011.
Yosef's work has been exhibited throughout Europe as well as the United States, but mainly in Stockholm and London, according to a CV posted on his website.
In collaboration with UNICEF, the couple visited Syrian refugees in Lebanon back in June 2016. After spending time visiting camps in the Bekaa Valley, Martin, who serves as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, said the international community needs to "open its heart."
Yosef will join Martin in fathering two twin sons, Valentino and Matteo, who the pop star adopted in 2008.