"Friends" Star Bonnie Somerville Ties the Knot: "It's Never Too Late"

She'll be there for you. Bonnie Somerville, best known for playing Mona throughout the eighth season of "Friends," just tied the knot in the Santa Susana Mountains. On April 8, the actor married creative director Dave McClain — the person she says made her believe in true love. According to People, the ceremony took place at the Hummingbird Nest Ranch in California, with Somerville's mom, Maureen, walking her down the aisle.

"I never believed in soulmates until I met Dave," Somerville told People. "I love everything about him." And evidently, so does Maureen. "She raised me alone so she's my best friend and both mom and dad to me," Somerville explained. "She loves Dave and they have an amazing bond."

As Mona, Somerville played one of Ross Geller's love interests who was trying to balance their relationship with the news of Rachel Green's pregnancy. Her character eventually broke things off with Geller after he asked Green to move in with him. In addition to her work on "Friends," she's also had roles on "The O.C." and "NYPD Blue," among other shows.

Although she didn't have much luck with love onscreen, Somerville got her fairytale ending in real life. "I truly was at a place in my life where I was ok with the thought of being alone," she told the outlet. "I made peace with the fact I might never meet 'the one.' And then I met Dave."

The two met on Bumble, and after eight months, they got engaged. They opted for a rustic, European-inspired wedding and a beautiful outdoor ceremony. Somerville said deciding to marry McClain was easy. "He loves me for who I am and he pushes me to be the best I can be," she said. "I believe in true love now. It's never too late."