Noughties rock icon marries US rapper girlfriend in secret ceremony – four years after split with wife | The Sun

ARCTIC Monkeys star Matt Helders has tied the knot with his US rapper girlfriend Amanda Blank in a secret ceremony after more than three years of dating.

The Sheffield-born rocker and Amanda said "I do" as they got wed over the weekend.

Amanda appeared to confirm the happy news by sharing a loved-up shot of the pair kissing to Instagram.

The brunette beauty wrote alongside an emoji of a ring: "I really love you the most."

Matt also shared the post to his followers online as he insisted: "I've never been happier!!!"

The Sun has contacted a representative of Arctic Monkeys for comment.

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The drummer of the legendary band appears to be settled once again after splitting from his ex-wife four years ago.

Matt, 37, was previously married to model Breana McDow after they met in 2011.

The couple married in 2016, one year after welcoming their daughter Amelia and lived in LA together.

Matt filed for divorce in early 2019 and now seems happier than ever in his union with Amanda.

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The star played a homecoming gig with the Arctic Monkeys in Sheffield as they took to Hillsborough Park in May for a series of concerts as part of their critically acclaimed UK tour.

The R U Mine singers are currently continuing their tour throughout the US.

His new wife Amanda is a 40 year old rapper and performer who has been releasing music since 2004.

Matt shot to fame in 2006 with English indie rock band the Arctic Monkeys, which formed in 2002.

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