Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart Wed

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson presides over Santa Fe ceremony

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    Harrison Ford and Calista Flockahart have tied the knot.

    Han is no longer solo.

    After eight years together, actors Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart finally made it official — tying the knot in a wedding presided over by New Mexico's governor.

    Gov. Bill Richardson confirmed to The Associated Press that the Hollywood couple married at the governor's mansion Tuesday afternoon in Santa Fe, where Ford is reportedly filming "Cowboys and Aliens."

    Reps for Harrison, 67, and Flockhart, 45, also confirmed the nuptials to People.

    Gov. Richardson and his staff were hush hush on details of the ceremony, telling the AP it was "a private matter."

    Ford and Flockhart met at the 2002 Golden Globes and soon began dating, according to People.

    The pair became engaged on Valentine's Day of last year and have been together raising Flockhart's 9-year-old adopted son, Liam, the magazine reported. Ford has four other children of his own. 

    This will be the first marriage for Flockhart, who shot to fame on the small screen as "Ally McBeal" and now stars on ABC's "Brothers & Sisters." 

    Ford, the veteran "Indiana Jones" and "Star Wars" actor, has walked down the aisle on two other occasions.