In an Instagram post shared on July 1, Lindsay referred to Shammas as her husband and described herself as the “luckiest woman in the world.”
On July 2, a rep for Linsday confirmed the happy news to Us Weekly, though it's unclear when the Parent Trap star got hitched.
While the couple seemingly married in secret, there's a chance their first ceremony is not going to be their last.
After taking a break from acting for a number of years, Lindsay is taking steps towards a return, starring in a handful of projects including an upcoming Christmas movie with Glee alum Chord Overstreet.
“This first movie was perfect for me, because I really want to do something happy and fun and family-oriented,” she said of Falling for Christmas in February 2022.
Perhaps she’s saving up the details for the inevitable comeback press tour later this year, when her first Netflix rom-com, Falling for Christmas, is set for release.