Jeff Probst has gotten married.

The Survivor host and fiancee Lisa Ann Russell both said, "I do" in a very intimate ceremony on Monday, People reported.

According to a source close to the couple, the pair wed in front of friends and family at a private Los Angeles residence.

Probst, 50, and Russell, 40, have each been married once before and began dating last summer.

Probst reportedly ended his five-year marriage to psychotherapist Shelley Wright in 2001 while Russell has two children with actor Mark-Paul Gosselaar, whom she wed in 1996.  Gosselaar filed for divorce in June 2010 and the pair finalized their split this past summer.

Prior to Russell, Probst was best known for his relationship with former Survivor: Vanuatu castaway Julie Berry, whom he began dating in August 2004 following the filming of the ninth Survivor edition, which Berry finished fifth on.  In March 2008, Probst revealed the pair had stopped seeing each other after what he described as a "good love affair." 

The finale of Survivor: South Pacific will air on Sunday, December 18 on CBS, while Probst's self-titled daytime talk show will premiere in the fall of next year.

CBS had announced it had inked a deal with Probst to develop his own show in June. The new one-hour show will cover topics ranging from daily news to people facing challenges and is not expected to interfere with Probst's Survivor hosting duties.