Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich are living their best Bachie life.
Since tying the knot in an oh-so-dreamy Italian wedding, the new Mr and Mrs Robards are celebrating their honeymoon on the Turkish seas and it looks like married life is treating these two pretty well.
But they're not celebrating alone. In fact, the newlyweds have taken a less traditional path and embarked on a "matemoon" with their nearest and dearest on a luxury yacht.
Their wild boat party involved lots of swimming and jumping off the side of their yacht, but we'd like to give a special shout out to Anna for her very impressive back-flip.
Her new husband caught the flip on Instagram and captioned, "Walk the plank... #whatcantshedo #matemoon."
Of course there's no way fitness guru Tim would miss out on a workout, even on his honeymoon. The chiropractor embarked on a mountain hike with a group of the girls, including Anna's sister, Charlotte and joked that he was "burning off some Turkish food."
Some of the "matemoon" crew also tried their hand at water activities including paddle-boarding and riding on a big inflatable banana, while the others watched from the yacht and sipped their wine.
Tough day at the office, right?
And it looks like their friends and family were having a blast too.
Then again, if you were on a yacht in the Mediterranean with your closest pals, good wine and delicious food and you weren't having a good time, that's a cause for concern.
Anna's sisters Andrea and Charlotte have both been posting their holiday snaps on Instagram and they're making everyone back home (including us) incredibly jealous.
If we've learned anything from this, it's that we need to find friends with a yacht.
They may have been together for five years, but that honeymoon feeling is real.
Tim posted a sweet tribute to the new Mrs Robards on his Instagram page, which read: "Today I ran, swam, hiked, wakeboarded, relaxed, read, slept, ate, drank wine, laughed and kissed my wife goodnight... perfect balance for me today."
We're sure we'll be seeing more amazing snaps soon.
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