Congratulations are in order for Todd Lasance and his new wife Jordan Wilcox who tied the knot over the weekend.
The former Home and Away star, 34, and his longtime partner exchanged vows at the picturesque Wallalong House in the Hunter Valley and judging by the photos, it was a perfect day.
Dressed in a stunning mermaid-style gown, Jordan looked radiant with her long blonde locks hanging loose whilst groom Todd looked as suave as ever in his smart-casual beige suit.
The couple are also proud parents to three-year-old Charlie Rose so their daughter was naturally part of the ceremony. The adorable toddler was seen in various Instagram stories joining her parents for the first dance as well as the cutting of the cake.
The new Mrs Lasance even took to Instagram to share a photo from the day with the caption: "& our family is complete 💕"
Todd even surprised his new wife with a cheeky striptease and garter removal that was caught on camera.
In the clips shared to Jordan's Instagram stories, the Home and Away hunk can be seen removing his shirt and grinding on the floor before removing his wife's garter with his teeth. We think we need a cold shower after watching that!
Todd met Jordan back in 2015 and the couple welcomed daughter Charlie Rose a year later.
"Before we met I had always been a long-term-relationship kind of guy," Todd told the Sydney Morning Herald of his now wife in 2017. "I wasn't looking for her when she came into my world."
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The couple announced their engagement back in January 2019 and it was revealed that Todd popped the question on a beach surrounded by rose petals and their loved ones.
"I am officially the luckiest man on this planet. Yesterday I asked the woman of my dreams to be my wife," wrote Todd on Instagram at the time.
"I still don't know how I was lucky enough to find someone so loving, selfless, gentle, compassionate, inspiring, funny, and the most incredible mother to our little girl I could ever have dreamed of. It was perfect. She is perfect."
The actor, who is best known for playing Aden Jefferies on Home and Away from 2005 to 2010 and as Julian in The Vampire Diaries in 2016 has made no secret of his devotion to Jordan and Charlie.
"The capacity for love and what love means is unbelievable. You think you know what love is and then you have a child and then you're like 'Oh my God, this is it,''' he told The Daily Mail in 2018.
"The depth of emotion I start to feel as well is incredible. Especially for your work as well - as an actor it's just like the golden ticket because you feel everything so much more intensely. It's been beautiful on all fronts."
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Australian Women's WeeklyJan 23, 2020