In a moment one year in the making, Jules Robinson walked down the aisle – for real – to wed Cameron Merchant on Sunday.
The Married At First Sight couple tied the knot in an intimate ceremony at the Beta Bar and Alpha Restaurant in Sydney over the weekend, with their wedding set to air in a special event episode of A Current Affair on Tuesday, November 19.
Jules and Cam first wed in a "commitment ceremony" on the reality TV series, which filmed in September 2018. This time, the pair wed for real in front of their closest friends and family.
After wearing a gorgeous figure-hugging white lace gown for her first wedding, Jules opted for a Cinderella-style gown the second time around.
In an interview with TV WEEK, Jules revealed she chose to wear a bigger gown because she wanted something different for their real wedding.
"I want a big Cinderella dress this time," she says. "Then I'll get a nice sexy dress to dance around in later - one that shows off my curves."
In a promo for the episode, Jules is seen twirling around in a stunning white strapless gown, with a full feathered skirt. Other gorgeous options in white, cream and a blush pink also appear to be in the mix as Jules picks her dream wedding dress.
WATCH: The trailer for Jules and Cam's special event episode of A Current Affair. Story continues after video...
In more promotional teasers for the episode, Jules is seen at the rose-filled altar looking incredible.
Her signature golden locks are styled in glamorous Hollywood curls, with a white veil pinned at the back. She accessorised her strapless bridal look with a dazzling necklace, with two teardrop sapphires hanging from the chain.
Jules' strapless wedding dress was designed by Nicky Velani of Velani Couture. Of course, Jules also wore the label when she walked the red carpet at the TV WEEK Logie Awards in July.
The fashion designer created a stunning crimson gown for the occasion, complete with a plunging neckline and belt. We can't wait to see what she's created for Jules' wedding day!
The special event episode of A Current Affair airs Tuesday, November 19, at 7pm on Nine.
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