If fetch is a thing, Lacey Chabert started 2014 in a way that is SO fetch ... and mysterious.
The 31-year-old "Mean Girls" actress said on her Twitter page on Friday, Jan. 3, that she got married. However, Chabert did not reveal the name of her husband. Her spokesperson had no immediate comment.
"I'm starting off 2014 as a Mrs! Over the holidays, my best friend & love of my life...we became husband & wife! #soblessed #love," she tweeted.
"Here's a pic of my maid of honor and I..my sweet sister Crissy @keekeex2 I love you!" she added, linking to a photo on her Instagram page (see it above), which shows her dressed in a strapless, form-fitting gown with crystal accents and hugging her sister in a room with several people.
Chabert played Gretchen Wieners, a loyal member of the Plastics and heiress to the Toaster Strudel empire, in the 2004 cult comedy film "Mean Girls" and is also known for her role as Claudia in the 1990s dama series "Party of Five." She is active on Twitter but tends to keep her personal life private and has only been photographed solo or with female friends at celebrity events over the past few years.
(Pictured above: Lacey Chabert appears at her wedding with her sister Crissy, as seen in an an Instagram photo she posted on Jan. 3, 2014. / Lacey Chabert appears at the People Stylewatch Hollywood Denim Party in West Hollywood, California on Sept. 19, 2013.)