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New parents unable to take their baby daughter home after their village flooded

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Dan Greenslade and Jade Croft are unable to take their baby home due to the floods

Dan Greenslade and Jade Croft are unable to take their baby home due to the floods

Dan Greenslade and Jade Croft are unable to take their baby home due to the floods

New parents are unable to return to their house in the flooded village of Fishlake after the birth of their baby daughter on Friday.

Dan Greenslade, a marketing manager, said he and his partner Jade Croft were given no prior warning they were at risk of flooding and has slammed the authorities for their response.

The couple had spent around £5,000 renovating their £180,000 end terrace house in Fishlake, near Doncaster, ahead of the arrival of their first baby Indie.

But when Jade, 29, went into labour on Thursday night, they never thought they would not be able to return home.

Dan said he has not been able to get home to see the damage for himself yet, but he fears the couple’s furniture and possessions will be ruined as flood water in the village is as high as ground floor windows.

They are staying with Jade’s parents in nearby Hatfield while they await news on when they can return home.

The new parents have not been able to return to their home in Fishlake (pictured) where residents were forced to evacuate

The new parents have not been able to return to their home in Fishlake (pictured) where residents were forced to evacuate

The new parents have not been able to return to their home in Fishlake (pictured) where residents were forced to evacuate

Jade, 29, went into labour on Thursday night, unaware she would not be returning home for days

Jade, 29, went into labour on Thursday night, unaware she would not be returning home for days

Jade, 29, went into labour on Thursday night, unaware she would not be returning home for days

The 34-year-old said: ‘My sister lives over the road and she was evacuated while we were in hospital.

‘She ran over and moved a bit of stuff upstairs for us, but there was only so much she could move.

‘All the heavy stuff, the fridge, the sofa, the furniture, will be ruined. All the baby clothes and things are in the house and we can’t get back to get them.

‘We have had to rely on friends dropping off old baby clothes for her to wear.’

Around 700 people in Fishlake were told to leave their homes over the weekend after seven separate ‘threat to life’ flood warnings were issued for the River Don.

All the baby clothes are in the recently decorated house and the family can't get back to get them

All the baby clothes are in the recently decorated house and the family can't get back to get them

All the baby clothes are in the recently decorated house and the family can’t get back to get them

The couple had spent around £5,000 renovating their £180,000 end terrace before the floods (pictured)

The couple had spent around £5,000 renovating their £180,000 end terrace before the floods (pictured)

The couple had spent around £5,000 renovating their £180,000 end terrace before the floods (pictured)

Dan said: ‘We had just finished renovating the house three weeks ago to get it ready for the baby, then this happens.

‘We have no idea when we might be able to get into the house.

‘It’s devastating not being able to go home and spend time with our new baby in our home.’

Dan said he has been left frustrated at the lack of communication from the authorities, before and after the flooding.

He added: ‘We just don’t know what’s going on.

‘We have not heard anything from the council or the Environment Agency, nobody is replying to us.

Dan said he has not been able to get home to see the damage for himself yet

Dan said he has not been able to get home to see the damage for himself yet

Dan said he has not been able to get home to see the damage for himself yet

‘We don’t know how long we will be out of the house, if we need to rent somewhere in the meantime, or anything. It’s frustrating.’

‘We were looking forward to bringing the baby home and starting our family life together.

‘The rescue crews have been great and support has been drafted in from around the country, but I don’t feel like there’s any support from Doncaster Council.’

Rescue crews have been drafted in from across the country help people get out of the village, which has been cut off as high water levels have made roads impassable.

He fears the couple's furniture and possessions will be ruined as flood water in the village is as high as ground floor windows

He fears the couple's furniture and possessions will be ruined as flood water in the village is as high as ground floor windows

He fears the couple’s furniture and possessions will be ruined as flood water in the village is as high as ground floor windows

Businesses and homes have been left ravaged by the flooding and villagers have taken shelter in the local pub and church on higher ground.

Dan said: ‘Two weeks ago, the waters got over the breaches. Every year, water levels in the river get high, so they knew it could happen.

‘When we saw what happened in Sheffield on Thursday, we feared the worst.

‘You’d have thought that the council would have done something in preparation, but they issued severe flood warnings to five other villages.

‘By the time we had a flood warning and sandbags were given out, we were already flooded.’

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Married At First Sight’s Mick Gould savage reaction to Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant’s wedding

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Married At First Sight’s Mick Gould captured the feelings of the nation on Tuesday, when he angrily switched off Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant’s TV wedding.

As the pair’s nuptials aired on A Current Affair, the 32-year-old hobby farmer shared a video to Instagram of himself turning off his television and yelling at host Tracy Grimshaw:  ‘Oh bloody… who gives a f…. f**k off!’  

Mick wasn’t the only MAFS cast member to upload their reactions to the so-called ‘wedding of the year’, however, with the likes of Jessika Power and Dino Hira also offering their thoughts on social media. 

Mixed response: Married At First Sight's Mick Gould captured the feelings of the nation on Tuesday, when he angrily switched off Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant's TV wedding

Mixed response: Married At First Sight's Mick Gould captured the feelings of the nation on Tuesday, when he angrily switched off Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant's TV wedding

Mixed response: Married At First Sight’s Mick Gould captured the feelings of the nation on Tuesday, when he angrily switched off Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant’s TV wedding

Jessika, who has previously criticised Jules for being two-faced, took to Instagram to share her live reactions as the ACA special aired. 

The 28-year-old rolled her eyes while watching the television, before taking a swipe at Jules and Cameron’s rumoured payday.

‘I wish MAFS and A Current Affair paid me $75,000 to act like a complete t**t on TV,’ she wrote.  

Hilarious: As the pair's nuptials aired on A Current Affair, the 32-year-old hobby farmer shared a video to Instagram of himself turning off his television and yelling: 'Who gives a f.... f**k off!'

Hilarious: As the pair's nuptials aired on A Current Affair, the 32-year-old hobby farmer shared a video to Instagram of himself turning off his television and yelling: 'Who gives a f.... f**k off!'

Hilarious: As the pair’s nuptials aired on A Current Affair, the 32-year-old hobby farmer shared a video to Instagram of himself turning off his television and yelling: ‘Who gives a f…. f**k off!’ 

'Wish MAFS paid me to act like a complete t**t': Jessika Power also took to Instagram to share her live reactions as the ACA special aired

'Wish MAFS paid me to act like a complete t**t': Jessika Power also took to Instagram to share her live reactions as the ACA special aired

‘Wish MAFS paid me to act like a complete t**t’: Jessika Power also took to Instagram to share her live reactions as the ACA special aired

Meanwhile, Dino had a positive response despite not attending the wedding himself. 

After watching the ceremony, Dino reflected in a video supplied to Daily Mail Australia: ‘Congratulations JAM, Jules and Cam, Mr and Mrs Merchant. 

‘I’m genuinely so happy for you guys to blossom into such an amazing couple, who are now husband and wife! 

‘It’s so nice to see that out of the whole experiment, at least one couple made it. I can not wait to see a family come out of this. I couldn’t be happier.’

'I'm genuinely so happy for you guys': Meanwhile, Dino Hira had a positive response despite not attending the wedding himself

'I'm genuinely so happy for you guys': Meanwhile, Dino Hira had a positive response despite not attending the wedding himself

‘I’m genuinely so happy for you guys’: Meanwhile, Dino Hira had a positive response despite not attending the wedding himself

Several stars from previous seasons of MAFS also shared their live reactions to the wedding, including Patrick Miller and Nick Furphy. 

While watching at home, Nick commented that the couple ‘deserve happiness’. 

After gauging the opinions of his followers, Patrick said it looked like the couple’s ‘heads are already exploding by the looks of it.’ 

He added that the ceremony was ‘beyond a joke, to be honest.’ 

'You guys deserve happiness': Several stars from previous seasons of MAFS also shared their live reactions to the wedding, including Patrick Miller and Nick Furphy (above)

'You guys deserve happiness': Several stars from previous seasons of MAFS also shared their live reactions to the wedding, including Patrick Miller and Nick Furphy (above)

‘You guys deserve happiness’: Several stars from previous seasons of MAFS also shared their live reactions to the wedding, including Patrick Miller and Nick Furphy (above)

Melissa Lucarelli, who was dumped as a bridesmaid just weeks before the ceremony, did not directly address the wedding but instead shared a cryptic Instagram post telling fans to ‘join the dots’.

Jules was asked about her decision to cut Melissa from the bridal party during the ACA special.  

‘In response to that question, do you know what? All that matters is my nearest and dearest are here right now,’ she said coldly.

Hmm! Melissa Lucarelli, who was dumped as a bridesmaid just weeks before the ceremony, did not directly address the wedding but instead shared a cryptic Instagram post telling fans to 'join the dots'

Hmm! Melissa Lucarelli, who was dumped as a bridesmaid just weeks before the ceremony, did not directly address the wedding but instead shared a cryptic Instagram post telling fans to 'join the dots'

Hmm! Melissa Lucarelli, who was dumped as a bridesmaid just weeks before the ceremony, did not directly address the wedding but instead shared a cryptic Instagram post telling fans to ‘join the dots’ 

Heartless: Jules was asked about her decision to cut Melissa from the bridal party during the ACA special. She said coldly, 'All that matters is my nearest and dearest are here right now'

Heartless: Jules was asked about her decision to cut Melissa from the bridal party during the ACA special. She said coldly, 'All that matters is my nearest and dearest are here right now'

Heartless: Jules was asked about her decision to cut Melissa from the bridal party during the ACA special. She said coldly, ‘All that matters is my nearest and dearest are here right now’

Only three MAFS cast members attended the wedding: Cyrell Paule, Nic Jovanovic and Heidi Latcham, with the latter also serving as a bridesmaid. 

Interestingly, Heidi did not acknowledge the broadcast on her Instagram account on Tuesday night.

Meanwhile, Cyrell and Nic both shared posts of themselves watching ACA at home. 

Keeping quiet? Only three MAFS stars attended Jules and Cam's wedding: Cyrell Paule, Nic Jovanovic and Heidi Latcham (right), with the latter also serving as a bridesmaid. Interestingly, Heidi did not acknowledge the broadcast on her Instagram account on Tuesday night

Keeping quiet? Only three MAFS stars attended Jules and Cam's wedding: Cyrell Paule, Nic Jovanovic and Heidi Latcham (right), with the latter also serving as a bridesmaid. Interestingly, Heidi did not acknowledge the broadcast on her Instagram account on Tuesday night

Keeping quiet? Only three MAFS stars attended Jules and Cam’s wedding: Cyrell Paule, Nic Jovanovic and Heidi Latcham (right), with the latter also serving as a bridesmaid. Interestingly, Heidi did not acknowledge the broadcast on her Instagram account on Tuesday night

Supportive: Meanwhile, Cyrell and Nic both shared posts of themselves watching ACA at home

Supportive: Meanwhile, Cyrell and Nic both shared posts of themselves watching ACA at home

Supportive: Meanwhile, Cyrell and Nic both shared posts of themselves watching ACA at home

Supportive: Meanwhile, Cyrell and Nic both shared posts of themselves watching ACA at home

Supportive: Meanwhile, Cyrell and Nic both shared posts of themselves watching ACA at home

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Bonds sparks debate for featuring a same-sex couple in its latest Christmas campaign 

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Australian retailer Bonds has sparked debate for featuring a same-sex couple embracing in a passionate kiss in its new Christmas campaign.

The playful ad, titled ‘It’s the Bonds that make the season’, shows a real-life couple sharing an intimate moment in the kitchen while sporting the brand’s briefs.

The advertising campaign was posted on Instagram and Facebook on Monday, with the caption: ‘It’s the little moments that make the Christmas season so special.’

While many fans praised the underwear brand for promoting ‘love is love’, others described the ad as ‘inappropriate’ and ‘disgusting’.

Retailer Bonds has sparked debate for featuring a same-sex couple embracing in a passionate kiss in its new Christmas campaign (pictured a real-life couple wearing the brand's briefs)

Retailer Bonds has sparked debate for featuring a same-sex couple embracing in a passionate kiss in its new Christmas campaign (pictured a real-life couple wearing the brand's briefs)

Retailer Bonds has sparked debate for featuring a same-sex couple embracing in a passionate kiss in its new Christmas campaign (pictured a real-life couple wearing the brand’s briefs)

Some people questioned whether it was ‘necessary’ to show ‘sexualised behaviour’.

‘Unnecessary… Why do they need to be so sexual? Before anyone gets tingles in their pants and jumps down my throat I would be saying the same if it was a man and a woman. I don’t see why they need to have their tongues intertwined,’ Mel said. 

Kelley said: ‘If it was a man and woman making out it would be flagged inappropriate and too much, but the double standard of it being deemed appropriate because they’re gay… it’s too much.’

Teagen said: ‘I’m all for same sex equality and what not but if I walked into a Bonds store and this was on a poster, I’d walk myself and my two children out with me… not something I wish my young child to subjected to.’ 

Others even threatened to ‘boycott’ or ‘unfollow’ the brand on social media.

‘Why Bonds? Would have been just as horrified if this was a straight couple. Unfollowing,’ Melanie said.

Emily Small, general manager of Bonds’ parent company Hanes Apparel, told Daily Mail Australia: ‘Our Christmas campaign is about celebrating the bonds that make the season and those are different for every individual. 

‘We are a brand that celebrate all Australians and we wish the couple featured in our social post along with everyone else an equally special and enjoyable festive season.’

An Ad Standards spokesperson confirmed to Daily Mail Australia it ‘received less than five complaints about the campaign which are currently being assessed’.

The playful ad, titled 'It's the Bonds that make the season', shows a real-life couple sharing an intimate moment in the bedroom while sporting the brand's briefs

The playful ad, titled 'It's the Bonds that make the season', shows a real-life couple sharing an intimate moment in the bedroom while sporting the brand's briefs

The playful ad, titled ‘It’s the Bonds that make the season’, shows a real-life couple sharing an intimate moment in the bedroom while sporting the brand’s briefs

Despite the backlash, many people quickly jumped to the brand's defence, describing the campaign as 'beautiful', 'perfect', 'well played' and a 'clever idea'

Despite the backlash, many people quickly jumped to the brand's defence, describing the campaign as 'beautiful', 'perfect', 'well played' and a 'clever idea'

Despite the backlash, many people quickly jumped to the brand’s defence, describing the campaign as ‘beautiful’, ‘perfect’, ‘well played’ and a ‘clever idea’

Despite the backlash, many people quickly jumped to the brand’s defence, describing the campaign as ‘beautiful’, ‘perfect’, ‘well played’ and a ‘clever idea’. 

‘Good on BONDS for this! I’m going to buy some undies to support them for including two fellas in their Christmas campaign. I’m sure it will bring the haters out in force… but let them buy something else,’ Steven said.

Alison said: ‘Well done bonds sex equality is something that should be in the media more often! Love is love no matter how it’s portrayed.’

And Joshua said: ‘If two people in love and kissing is offensive to you, grow a bloody back bone! So many immature close minded people in the world. It’s 2019, we don’t live in the dark ages anymore. Love who you love.’ 

‘Yes bonds. Beautiful ad showing love between two adults,’ Lauren said.

‘YAS Bonds! Always loved this brand and now love it even more,’ Adam said.

Celebrating the relationships that matter most, the Christmas campaign highlights the ‘unique’ and ‘touching’ bonds shared by real Australians.

Bonds head of marketing Kelly McBride said: ‘It felt natural that our finale to the year would be a celebration of the deep and meaningful bonds that make the festive season so special.’

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MAFS’ Cameron Merchant and Jules Robinson’s ‘car crash’ wedding

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Married At First Sight stars Cameron Merchant and Jules Robinson were married in Sydney on Sunday, with a special on the happy event airing on A Current Affair on Tuesday night. 

Host Sylvia Jeffreys described the wedding as, ‘a beautiful day and a pretty spectacular party’. 

However, before the viewers saw Jules and Cameron walk down the aisle, they first had to sit through a full 30-minute episode of A Current Affair. 

Once underway, the special felt more like an advertisement for wedding services, with a number of brands showcased throughout the hour.  

Car crash: Married At First Sight stars Cameron Merchant and Jules Robinson (pictured) shared details from bizarre wedding on A Current Affair on Tuesday night

Car crash: Married At First Sight stars Cameron Merchant and Jules Robinson (pictured) shared details from bizarre wedding on A Current Affair on Tuesday night

Car crash: Married At First Sight stars Cameron Merchant and Jules Robinson (pictured) shared details from bizarre wedding on A Current Affair on Tuesday night 

Some of the brands mentioned included DeBortoli Wines, Cerrone Jewellers, The Fabled Florette, Chandeliers To Die For, Velani by Nicky, who made the reality star’s dress, Move Dance Studios and The Charter Entourage. 

Some of the businesses shown included Alpha restaurant, Blow Bar, the QT hotel, Bar M and Beta Bar and Gallery.   

A number of viewers took to Twitter hit out at what appeared to be product placement on the show. 

‘Seems like an advertisement for wedding services,’ one viewer wrote.

Another raged at the couple’s controversial decision to broadcast their nuptials.

‘The fact that I am seeing the A Current Affair logo at the bottom left hand corner makes me sick. What next? 60 Minutes meets Ninja Warrior.’ 

Shopping for views: Once underway, the special felt more like an advertisement for wedding services, with a number of brands showcased throughout the hour

Shopping for views: Once underway, the special felt more like an advertisement for wedding services, with a number of brands showcased throughout the hour

 Shopping for views: Once underway, the special felt more like an advertisement for wedding services, with a number of brands showcased throughout the hour

Brands brands brands! Some of the brands mentioned included DeBortoli Wines, Cerrone Jewellers, The Fabled Florette, Chandeliers To Die For, the QT hotel, Velani by Nicky, who made the reality star's dress, Blow Bar, and the Alpha restaurant

Brands brands brands! Some of the brands mentioned included DeBortoli Wines, Cerrone Jewellers, The Fabled Florette, Chandeliers To Die For, the QT hotel, Velani by Nicky, who made the reality star's dress, Blow Bar, and the Alpha restaurant

Brands brands brands! Some of the brands mentioned included DeBortoli Wines, Cerrone Jewellers, The Fabled Florette, Chandeliers To Die For, the QT hotel, Velani by Nicky, who made the reality star’s dress, Blow Bar, and the Alpha restaurant

During the special, some awkwardness came in the form of a crude joke made at Jules’ hen’s party, held at Blow Bar. 

‘Any woman will tell you what a hen’s party needs is is a topless waiter and a good blow… dry’ the voice-over stated. 

The hen’s then party moved to a boat, with a performer dancing in front of the near-empty space. 

Even bridesmaid Heidi Latcham was absent, with Jules holding up a picture of her on an iPhone screen instead. 

Strange: An awkward hen's party on a boat followed, with a performer dancing in front of the near-empty room

Strange: An awkward hen's party on a boat followed, with a performer dancing in front of the near-empty room

Strange: An awkward hen’s party on a boat followed, with a performer dancing in front of the near-empty room

Hi! Even bridesmaid Heidi Latcham was absent, with Jules holding up a picture of her on an iPhone screen instead

Hi! Even bridesmaid Heidi Latcham was absent, with Jules holding up a picture of her on an iPhone screen instead

Hi! Even bridesmaid Heidi Latcham was absent, with Jules holding up a picture of her on an iPhone screen instead

The wedding ceremony itself was no less bizarre, with the celebrant having lost her voice and struggling to speak clearly through the vows. 

Once the couple were announced as man and wife, Cam and Jules treated their guests to an interpretive dance set to a Kylie Minogue number. 

The guests were not spared from the awkwardness, with a heavily pregnant Cyrell Paule mistakenly seated next to her ex Nic Jovanovic, who she had formerly ‘married’ on MAFS. 

Not impressed: The special had a few critics on Twitter

Not impressed: The special had a few critics on Twitter

Not impressed: The special had a few critics on Twitter 

Earlier in the episode, Cam and Jules talked presenter Sylvia through the lavish details of their wedding, which included hand-peeled roses. 

‘Hand peeled roses? Is that not a touch high-maintenance,’ a fan wrote on Twitter.

In contrast with their non-legally binding wedding on Married At First Sight, the couple planned their entire wedding themselves. 

They chose the hand-peeled roses, their venue, wines and food, leaving no detail to chance. 

They even picked an elaborate floral arch to sit over the top of their wedding table, flanked by chandeliers. 

The price is right: Jules showcased one of many brands mentioned in the segment

The price is right: Jules showcased one of many brands mentioned in the segment

The price is right: Jules showcased one of many brands mentioned in the segment 

An incredible 2000 roses were hand-peeled on the day of the wedding, with Cam revealing he wanted to treat his bride-to-be.  

‘It’s every girls’ dream for their wedding day to be as special as this,’ he said, beaming at his future wife. 

The Greek-themed wedding menu, served at Alpha restaurant where the reception was held, consisted of a starter of yogurt and cucumber dip, followed by fresh chilli and figs baked with lemon-infused ouzo. 

Next up was prawn and vongole saganaki, tomato-baked with an ouzo cream and lots of fetta.  

In contrast to her frock on MAFS, Jules wanted to ‘look really different to last time’ opting for an elaborate wedding dress. 

Party venue: A shopfront where party of the hen's do was held was show on the program

Party venue: A shopfront where party of the hen's do was held was show on the program

Party venue: A shopfront where party of the hen’s do was held was show on the program 

She tried on one gown which consisted of a floaty, feathered skirt, a strapless sweetheart neckline and embellished bodice.  

‘I think he’d love it,’ she said of Cam’s potential reaction to the frock. ‘He’d think I look like a princess’. 

However, she later chose a pink tulle dress with a sweetheart neckline, full skirt, and ruffles throughout, instead of the beaded number.  

The couple then headed off ring shopping, picking up diamonds at Cerrone Jewellers in Sydney. 

Oops! The wedding ceremony itself was no less bizarre, with the celebrant having lost her voice and struggling to speak clearly through the vows

Oops! The wedding ceremony itself was no less bizarre, with the celebrant having lost her voice and struggling to speak clearly through the vows

Oops! The wedding ceremony itself was no less bizarre, with the celebrant having lost her voice and struggling to speak clearly through the vows

Jules joked that next she’ll get a push present ‘for the other hand’ once the pair have a child. 

Wedding dance practice was next up, with Cam and Jules practicing an interpretive dance to unleash at the reception.   

For her hen’s party, Jules held a shindig at Blow Bar in Balmain, with her hens getting dolled up while topless waiters served champagne and espresso martinis. 

The ladies then headed off for a chartered boat ride, dancing to tunes as they skipped across the harbour. 

In the pink: Jules debuted her final dress choice - the fluffy pink number she'd kept under wraps until the day

In the pink: Jules debuted her final dress choice - the fluffy pink number she'd kept under wraps until the day

In the pink: Jules debuted her final dress choice – the fluffy pink number she’d kept under wraps until the day

Up market: The dress came from couture wedding designer Velani by Nicky

Up market: The dress came from couture wedding designer Velani by Nicky

Up market: The dress came from couture wedding designer Velani by Nicky

During the party, Jules got candid about the breakdown of her relationship with Melissa Lucarelli, who was dropped as her bridesmaid.   

‘Do you know what? My nearest and dearest are here right now. That’s all that matters!’ she insisted. 

Cam meanwhile enjoyed a laid back bucks dinner with his Married At First Sight co-star Nic Jovanovic and radio star Matt de Groot. 

The lads then headed out for a well-behaved game of cricket in a local park near Rushcutters Bay. 

On the big day, Jules treated her bridesmaids to silk dressing gowns with their names embroidered on the back. 

Mr and Mrs! Cam said in his vows: 'You are the person of my dreams. All my needs, all my desires are wrapped up in you and you are my best friend. You are my perfect love'

Mr and Mrs! Cam said in his vows: 'You are the person of my dreams. All my needs, all my desires are wrapped up in you and you are my best friend. You are my perfect love'

Mr and Mrs! Cam said in his vows: ‘You are the person of my dreams. All my needs, all my desires are wrapped up in you and you are my best friend. You are my perfect love’ 

The redhead showed off the two silver Cerrone necklaces she wore on the the day, one with a large blue jewel and the other a huge pink stone. 

She debuted her final dress choice – the fluffy pink number she’d kept under wraps until the day, from couture wedding dress designer Velani by Nicky. 

After Cam arrived in a red bus for the ceremony, he walked down the aisle in a white tuxedo as a female guitarist played an acoustic song. 

Cam said in his vows: ‘You are the person of my dreams. All my needs, all my desires are wrapped up in you and you are my best friend. You are my perfect love. 

Nice moves: Once they were married, Jules changed dresses before she and Cam entered the reception hall to an explosion of fireworks. They then showed off the interpretive dance set to an acoustic version of Kylie Minogue's Love at First Sight

Nice moves: Once they were married, Jules changed dresses before she and Cam entered the reception hall to an explosion of fireworks. They then showed off the interpretive dance set to an acoustic version of Kylie Minogue's Love at First Sight

Nice moves: Once they were married, Jules changed dresses before she and Cam entered the reception hall to an explosion of fireworks. They then showed off the interpretive dance set to an acoustic version of Kylie Minogue’s Love at First Sight 

‘I love you and I can’t wait to share the rest of my life with you. I choose you’. 

Jules said in her vows: ‘I give you this ring to symbolise my personal promise of an unbreakable love and trust.’ 

Once they were married, Jules and Cam entered the reception hall to an explosion of fireworks, before sitting down and enjoying dinner with their guests. 

They then showed off the interpretive dance they’d been practicing in the lead up, set to an acoustic version of Kylie Minogue’s Love at First Sight. 

A night of partying followed, with Jules changing into a simpler white dress with a beaded bodice, and the pair seemingly truly smitten throughout the evening. 

Sweet: The pair shared a tilted pink wedding cake with neon decorations which they smashed to pieces

Sweet: The pair shared a tilted pink wedding cake with neon decorations which they smashed to pieces

Sweet: The pair shared a tilted pink wedding cake with neon decorations which they smashed to pieces 

Giving a speech to the assembled guests, Cam waxed lyrical: ‘Doesn’t she look beautiful? Life, realistically, a little bit of a risk, is a bit of a gamble. 

‘That risk turns out to be one of the most beautiful and one of the most fulfilling days of my life right now’. 

Speaking of their future plans, the newlyweds told host Sylvia Jeffreys they were already planning a family. 

‘We want a family, a happy little family, and help each other to strive and grow,’ Cameron said. 

‘I’d like a little mini version of Cam. Exactly the same, just little, with the same passion for life and the same aura Cam carries with him,’ Jules said. 

She concluded: ‘He’s just a special, special human being’. 

Happy together: Cam and Jules told host Sylvia Jeffreys (right) that they were extremely happy with how their wedding day went

Happy together: Cam and Jules told host Sylvia Jeffreys (right) that they were extremely happy with how their wedding day went

Happy together: Cam and Jules told host Sylvia Jeffreys (right) that they were extremely happy with how their wedding day went 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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