Sarah Palin seems to be on board with Bristol Palin and Dakota Meyer’s surprise wedding. The former Alaska governor broke her silence on her daughter’s nuptials, writing in a Facebook post that everyone is truly happy for the couple.

“All our families hearts are filled with love for Dakota, Bristol, Tripp and Sailor Grace,” she posted Thursday. “It’s been a rewarding and interesting ride this past year — but these two sure do love an adventure!” 

She continued: “As their biggest supporters, we’re stratospherically happy it’s happened, amidst running a little late! Like they said, the foundation of their new life together is built with hard work and God’s grace, so they can’t go wrong — their future is as bright as Alaska’s midnight sun.”

As previously reported, Palin and Meyer confirmed they were married in a joint statement to “Entertainment Tonight” Wednesday. The couple didn’t reveal any details about the ceremony but told the outlet that they were “so happy.”

“Life is full of ups and downs,” the newlyweds told the outlet. “But in the end, you’ll end up where you’re supposed to be … Hard work and God’s grace are the foundation of our new life together; and with the love and support of our family, we know we can get through anything.”

Bristol, 25, and Meyer, 27, announced they were engaged in March 2015 but ended their engagement and called off their wedding just one week before they were supposed to tie the knot. Shortly after going their separate ways, Bristol announced that she was pregnant with her second child, daughter Sailor Grace. At the time, Bristol didn’t reveal who the father was, but Meyer confirmed he was the dad in a tweet on Dec. 23, 2015, shortly after Bristol gave birth.

According to “Entertainment Tonight,” Bristol and her new husband are currently on their honeymoon at an undisclosed location.

Bristol Palin Dakota Meyer wedding Sarah Palin says she’s happy her daughter, Bristol Palin, and Dakota Meyer got married. Pictured: Sarah Palin at the Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center in Ames, Iowa on Jan. 19, 2016. Photo: Getty Images