Karl Stefanovic and Jasmine Yarbrough have a very important PSA: They're madly in love.The couple, who went public earlier this year, have been attending events left right and centre.On Wednesday November 15th, Karl and Jasmine were the picture of happiness as they stepped out for the GQ Men of the Year Awards at The Star in Sydney.
Looking completely blissful in each other's company, the TV presenter and his designer babe went all vogue striking many poses on the red carpet.
Karl, 43, was all kinds of suave donning a smart suit and tie. But it was his girlfriend who really stole the show.
Jasmine, 33, wore a show-stopping dress that appeared to be created just for her. The bespoke design was a glittering vision, complete with its very own feathered ballgown skirt.
However the event didn't come without some drama!
According to The Daily Telegraph, international guest Amber Heard kicked up a stink over the wine on offer to the VIP guests and was over an hour late.
The actress reportedly ordered her team to go and get her a different drink from another bar at the venue.
She did, however, make up for her apparent diva actions by delivering a hilarious speech as she scooped up the Woman Of The Year award by accepting the accolade "on behalf of my dogs."
Meanwhile Karl and Jasmine had a lot of reason to kick up their heels and celebrate.
Yesterday, they were among the millions of Aussie rejoicing over the yes vote pulling through for same-sex marriage equality.
The pair, who's right to tie the knot is something everyone can have, both took to Instagram to voice their happiness about the postal survey.
They both posted a shot of themselves with Richard Wilkins and restaurateur Luke Mangan - visibly ecstatic about the results.
Karl penned, "F**K YES about time. Nothing but [love emoji] from us."
While his girlfriend, wrote, "We said YES #loveislove #marriageequality."
They weren't the only ones using the GQ Awards to celebrate the exciting milestone for the country.
Former Olympian Ian Thorpe also attended the swanky do.
And the proud gay man and yes campaigner was elated.
Looking very sharp in a tux, Ian used his mega star power to address the impact of the vote meant for many including him and his partner, Ryan Channing.
"Today is a momentous day for Australia...a day when we stand together and know that Australia has taken the step to being a fairer, more just and more equal society for everyone."
"Today among all days, I must say, I’m proud to be and call myself an Australian," he gushed.
"It is extraordinary to think that just over a decade ago, support was half of what it is today. We have indeed come a long way."
"We won this vote today because Australians know us, we are part of their families and we are part of their communities, right across this country. This campaign was won at dinner tables and barbecues around the nation and we thank each of you for taking the time to show your support."