Keeping Things Under Wraps
Jones tied the knot with director Charles Guard at Sudeley Castle in the Cotswolds, Oxfordshire on Saturday.
A handful of the actress's celebrity friends and co-stars, including The Theory of Everything's Eddie Redmayne and Inferno's Tom Hanks, reportedly attended the ceremony.
Jones's representative confirmed to the press that the notoriously private couple got married. They've been seeing each other since 2015 but have kept things tightly under wraps, and they were rarely photographed in public together.
According to Us Weekly, Uninvited director Guard proposed in May of last year. Jones was then spotted with a stunning, solitaire diamond ring when she walked the red carpet for the Glamour UK Women of the Years Awards the following month.
The gorgeous piece of jewelry features a large round-cut diamond situated on top of a thin gold band. The actress, however, never confirmed the engagement.
She's A Romantic At Heart
Although she's not known for spilling about her intimate relationships, while promoting romantic drama The Theory of Everything, the actress did admit to being a bit of a romantic.
"I am definitely romantic and I love romantic stories - that's why I keep making romantic movies. It's funny how seeing a love story never gets boring because it's the dream isn't it? It's the dream to have a true connection with another human being," she gushed.
Along with The Theory of Everything, Jones also appeared in romantic movies Like Crazy, Chalet Girl, and Cheerful Weather for the Wedding. Her biggest role to date, however, is still as freedom fighter Jyn Erso in Rogue One.
The movie, a prequel which took place prior to the events of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, saw her character leading a ragtag bunch of rebels who plotted to steal the plans to the Death Star.
Jones's Erso quickly became a fan favorite alongside Daisy Ridley's Rey, who debuted in The Force Awakens.
Jones dated sculptor Ed Fornieles for ten years prior to hooking up with Guard. News of her wedding comes just a few months after it was announced she would portray the legendary Ruth Bader Ginsberg in upcoming film On the Basis of Sex.
Director Mimi Leder's biopic charts the rise of the iconic Supreme Court justice and is due for release on Nov. 9.