Max Schneider who was best known for his role as Zander Robbins on the Nickelodeon show How to Rock, and of course for his musical career is a married man!

The shocking part of it all? Max managed to keep it all a secret for over six months.

Taking to Instagram, the singer revealed the news along with a post on Instagram that showcased their big day and explained that his song, “Lights Down Low,” was actually written for his wife Emily Charlotte Cannon back when they began dating.

Aww! How sweet!

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I wrote "Lights Down Low" when I first started dating Emily. I had never invested so much of my heart into a song before. I knew it was special and the feelings encapsulated within it would live with us for the rest of our lives. We had always joked about having a harp player outside on our balcony waking us up in the morning in some paradise dream. I knew she was my soul mate and the person I wanted to spend the rest of my life with. I planned the proposal for months and ended up surprising her with the help of our mutual best friend Katie who introduced us. I proposed to Emily in the same place we had our first date, with a harp player playing along while I sang Lights Down Low. We got married in April. Life has a funny way of bringing the most special people into your life when you least expect it. It's up to you to call them after your first date and ask the crazy question of if they would want to fly half way across the country to have a second date while on tour. I'm so glad you took that leap of faith with me from that first weekend my love. The urge. Thank you to the incredible Jade Ehlers for capturing our wedding in such a magical way, Catherine Powell for capturing the proposal so beautifully, and Morgan Wheeler for editing it all together gorgeously.

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Max also shared a picture of the ceremony in where he and Emily are lovingly looking into one another’s eyes.

Congratulations to Max and Emily!

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