Salma Hayek said "I do" instead of "Be mine" this Valentine's Day.

The actress married French businessman Francois-Henri Pinault this past Saturday, Feb. 14, in France, reports the Le Point newsmagazine.

Hayek, 42, and Pinault, 46, exchanged vows in the City Hall of the Sixth Arrondissement in Paris.

The couple first met in Venice in May 2006 and announced their engagement in March 2007. Together they had a daughter, Valentina Paloma Pinault, in September that year, but then called off their engagement in July 2008.

Apparently, they had rekindled their romance.

Pinault is the CEO of PPR, a luxury good firm that own Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Stella McCartney, Balenciaga, a french department store and national music chain. He has two other children from a previous marriage.

Hayek received an Oscar nomination for playing the titular role in 2002's "Frida." Her other credits include "Desperado," "Fools Rush In," "Wild Wild West," "After the Sunset," "Bandidas" and "Ask the Dust" (which won her Mr. Skin's top honors for best nude scene of 2006).

She's also a Golden Globe-winning producer on ABC's "Ugly Betty," for which she made guest appearances, and has been guest starring on the current season of "30 Rock."