The Project host Hamish MacDonald has married his longtime partner, Jacob Fitzroy, with his co-hosts sharing snaps of the wedding online.
Pictures of the special day were posted on The Project’s Twitter account as MacDonald deactivated his social media accounts in 2020.
The three shots saw the TV host donning a traditional Scottish kilt, while Fitzroy dazzled in a classic black tux and white bow tie.
In one image, the pair were shown in an outdoor setting surrounded by friends being showered with confetti.
Another snap shows the newlyweds smiling sweetly at each other.
In a video posted on Twitter, co-host Georgie Tunny announced the news, saying, “There has been a wedding in The Project family this weekend; our very own Hamish MacDonald and his longtime partner Jacob.
“Here are some cheeky little snaps – don’t they both look stupidly handsome and so gorgeous. And we are so thrilled for them. They could not look more in love.”
She went on to say that she would “start crying”.
“They are so beyond beautiful.”
Sarah Harris added, “I love the kilt,” while Michael Hing joked, “Didn’t get an invite for some reason, don’t know why.”
The others were quick to note he was working.
Tunny said, “I just hope that they had the most magical day.”
MacDonald made his first red carpet appearance with Fitzroy in June 2019 when they attended the GQ Gentlemen’s Ball in Melbourne, where the TV host was serving as moderator.
“I’m always proud to stand beside my best friend and favourite human,” he captioned an image of him and Fitzroy kissing in a photo booth.
“And while I hope that one day soon it won’t be newsworthy to hold the hand of the person you love, for now, we’d both like to say thank you for the overwhelming messages of love and support.”
The lead-up to the nuptials wasn’t all smooth sailing with the police called to a party at MacDonald’s Sydney home in March 2023 following complaints from neighbours after festivities allegedly continues for six hours.
The party was reportedly held to celebrate the upcoming wedding.
Image credit: Twitter
This article first appeared on Over60.