Former President George W. Bush’s family gained another member this weekend when his daughter Barbara married Craig Coyne in an intimate wedding ceremony at the family’s estate in Kennebunkport, Maine.

Coyne, a screenwriter and actor, proposed to Bush in August during an oceanside stroll in Kennebunkport, in the same spot former President George H.W. Bush proposed to former first lady Barbara Bush 75 years earlier, according to People magazine. The two had been set up on a blind date in November 2017.

“It’s just been a very sweet romance,” Bush told the magazine. “And we’ve been long-distance for most of it — he’s been in LA and I’ve been in New York — but we’ve gotten to spend a lot of time together.”

Coyne grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, and is a graduate of Vanderbilt University. He recently relocated from Los Angeles to Manhattan, where Bush has a home.

Coyne acted in the 2005 movie “Jarhead,” playing a young Mr. Swofford in the war drama, and has appeared in independent films “Look at Me” and “The Snowtown Murders.”

He was also a page for the House of Representatives after graduating college, according to his agent’s website.

In recent years, he’s turned his focus to comedy writing. He wrote and directed a series titled, “Ask Play,” featuring “Parks and Recreation” star Jim O’Heir for Funny or Die.

The former president announced his daughter’s wedding in an Instagram post Monday, welcoming Coyne to the family.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Craig Coyne to our family,” he wrote.