Bill Nye “The Science Guy” is officially a married guy.

Nye, who entertained and informed a generation of schoolchildren with his PBS Kids series in the ’90s, wed author and former Washington Post reporter Liza Mundy in Washington, D.C., last month outdoors at the Smithsonian Institution.

The ceremony was performed by “Star Trek” actor Robert Picardo, and photographed by Obama-era White House photographer Pete Souza.

The bride wore a white dress, and the groom wore his signature bowtie and cufflinks that were his father’s.

The couple met in 2017 when Mundy, who wrote a book about World War II female codebreakers, contacted Nye’s mother, who was one of those codebreakers.

Nye’s series “Bill Nye The Science Guy” ran on PBS Kids between 1993 and 1998. Since then, while maintaining that children need to be critical thinkers, he’s begun taking his message of making science accessible to adults instead of kids.

In the 2017 documentary film “Bill Nye: Science Guy,” according to IMDB, “A famous television personality struggles to restore science to its rightful place in a world hostile to evidence and reason.”

An unscripted series, “The End Is Nye,” starring Nye will debut August 25 on Peacock television.

The 45-minute episodes will “send Nye into the most epic global disasters imaginable – both natural and unnatural–and then demystifies them using science to show how we can survive, mitigate, and even prevent them,” according to Peacock.

“If we educate a generation of people who don’t believe in science, that’s a recipe for disaster,” Nye has said.

Nye also is the author of the 2014 book “Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation.”

Mundy, a senior fellow at New America, a nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank, is the author of “Michelle: A Biography,” a 2008 work about former first lady Michelle Obama.