By Joelle Goldstein
January 24, 2019 at 12:55 AM EST
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Rebecca Ferguson is a married woman!

The Mission: Impossible – Fallout star revealed on Wednesday that she recently got married over the holidays in a small, intimate ceremony.

“I think we both wanted to step over all thresholds. Also, I’m not very religious. I believe in love,” Ferguson, 35, told Extra of her big day. “It was more for us and our family. We rented a cottage with friends and family and Wellington boots and big wooly socks and big ruggy jumpers…”

In addition to their friends and family, Ferguson and her new husband Rory — whose last name she has not disclosed — shared the low-key celebration with their daughter and Ferguson’s 11-year-old son Isaac.

Isaac, whom she shares with ex-boyfriend Ludwig Hallberg, served as ring bearer, while her six-month-old daughter slept through the ceremony, Ferguson explained.

As for her wedding dress, the Swedish actress, also known for her role in The Greatest Showman, opted for an untraditional, practical look.

“I wore a beautiful skirt, a wedding skirt, that I can shorten off, get some pockets in, and use in Greece for the summer!” she revealed.

While Ferguson said married life had essentially no differences from before, there was one thing that she and Rory were currently enjoying.

“We keep saying, ‘Hey, hubby!’ ‘Hey, wifey!’” she said. “It’s just fun.”

Ferguson has been quite busy in the past few months.

She is currently promoting her new film The Kid Who Would Be King, which hits theaters on Jan. 25. The adventure-fantasy follows a group of kids who set out on a quest to thwart a medieval menace and features Ferguson as Morgana.

Earlier this summer, the actress also welcomed her second child, her rep confirmed to PEOPLE. Ahead of the Mission Impossible — Fallout premiere in July, Ferguson was spotted out in Paris with her newborn.

The star previously spoke about being a working mom in Hollywood.

“[My son] comes to the set, I go off and leave him with the stunt guys and I come in and he’s hanging off a harness somewhere. He loves it, but I don’t think he would like to act,” Ferguson told the Belfast Telegraph in October 2017.

She also revealed a specific parenting concern.

“I do worry that I’m going to mess it up for my son, we usually do, don’t we? We always make mistakes. I think we look at our backgrounds and I think, what didn’t I like about myself and what can I change?” she said.

This article originally appeared on People.com

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