Popular Seven reporter Amelia Brace has married cameraman Adam Bovino at a stunning location in Kangaroo Valley, New South Wales.
The couple tied the knot against majestic rocks and natural forms with images of the scenic backdrop appearing on various social media accounts on Sunday.
The TV personality wore a simple white column dress while Adam looked dapper in a chocolate brown suit jacket, cream trousers and a smart tie.
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The couple exchanged vows in front of a massive rock formation as a star-studded audience looked on.
Makeup artist Sonya Downie posted a close-up of the bride’s hair and makeup on her Instagram account.
“Great day to prepare for your wedding day @ameliabrace7 with your fabulous friends and family,” she wrote.
“Pure beauty inside and out.”
TV personality Sylvia Jeffreys also took to Instagram with a photo of the happy couple.
“What a spectacular day celebrating the love of two people we adore,” she wrote.
“You look incredibly happy and beautiful,” wrote fellow Seven personality Angela Cox.
Amelia is best known as Seven’s American correspondent, while Adam is a Walkey Award winner and photographer.
Amelia made international news when she was punched by a police officer outside the White House while covering a political protest.
The reporter received tear gas and rubber bullets during the protest, while her cameraman Tim Myers was hit with a riot shield and punched in the face.
She later said she felt “a bit more uncomfortable” after being caught in the middle of the melee.
“It was an absolutely terrifying experience, but we went through it together,” she said after the event.