Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is a reality TV star, a loungewear and skincare mogul, a prospective law school student—and, now, a wedding officiant.

Her longtime hairstylist, Chris Appleton, and actor Lukas Gage tapped Kardashian to officiate their wedding, they announced today in separate Instagram posts.

Photos show the couple—who wore matching all-black looks composed of leather trousers and shaggy fur coats—holding hands at an altar adorned with white roses and ivory drapes. Kardashian, who looked glamorous in a lace-up black leather gown and studded choker necklace, stood between them while reading off of a paper. The newlyweds later enjoyed a private show performed by none other than Shania Twain.

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“Ring finger where the rock is,” Gage captioned his post.

“We did it 💍 Big thank you to @kimkardashian & @shaniatwain,” Appleton wrote in his caption.

Well-wishers immediately flooded the couple’s comments section. Dua Lipa left a string of emojis: “😭😭😭😭❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️.” Meanwhile, Maude Apatow expressed her excitement, “YAAAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYAYYY❤️❤️❤️❤️.” And Madelyn Cline added, “Omfg congratulations ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️.”

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The SKIMS founder celebrated Appleton at The Daily Front Row‘s seventh annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards in Beverly Hills this past Sunday.

Accompanied by her nine-year-old daughter, North West, Kardashian talked to the star-studded crowd about her close relationship with the celebrity hairstylist.

“I am so honoured to be here to present Chris Appleton with the best stylist, I think, of the year, award? Of the universe? Hair stylist of the year, Chris Appleton,” she said per USA Today. She also joked, “I can tell him all of my personal business, and it will never get out. We can party in Vegas all night long until three in the morning and get tattoos—(but) not me—like we did last night. That’s why we’re a little tired.”

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.