Former talk-show host Katie Couric married John Molner, a New York based-financier, in an intimate ceremony at her home in The Hamptons on Saturday.

The couple, who got engaged in September after being in a relationship for almost two years, married in front of about 50 guests, which included close friends and family. Couric, who is currently the Global Anchor for Yahoo News, told People Magazine before her wedding that she wanted “to keep the wedding just very low-key," adding that “this is not my first rodeo so I didn't want to go too crazy and neither did John."

The former “Today” co-host was previously married to attorney Jay Monahan. Monahan, whom she wed in 1989, died of colon cancer in 1998 at the age of 42. Couric has two daughters with Monahan, Elinor "Ellie" Monahan and Caroline "Carrie" Monahan.

"It's actually surprising to me that it has been almost 15 years and I haven't remarried," Couric reportedly said, in the February 2013 issue of More. "I think life is more fun when you have someone in your life."

The couple reportedly went public with their romance in April 2012, and the 51-year-old Molner, who is head of mergers and acquisitions at Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., proposed to Couric in September 2013 on a beach at sunset.

"I was stunned," she reportedly said at the time, adding: "It took a long time for my brain to process what was going on." 

According to E! News, the couple has planned to have a “big blowout party” this fall and is expected to go to New Zealand for their honeymoon in December.

"I've never been there and always been on my bucket list. We'll take a trip," the 57-year-old Couric reportedly said, before the wedding. "I'm excited to get married and take a few days at the beach and relax and completely zone out."