Tammin Sursok has flashed some serious new bling after renewing her vows with her American husband, Sean McEwen after 10 years of marriage.
The former Home and Away star, who tied the knot with writer/producer Sean in Italy in 2011, displayed the intricate white gold and diamond ring over a romantic dinner on the Gold Coast on Thursday.
'I do,' again
Tammin, 38, took to Instagram earlier that day to tease her fans about the loved-up event, saying that she was "getting ready for a fun experience tonight".
The mum-of-two, who has spent the last 15 years living and working in the US, shared a video of her having her hair and makeup done in a plush suite at the Paradise Resort on the Gold Coast.
After popping some champagne and slipping into a stunning white lace gown, Tammin revealed her look to her eldest daughter, eight-year-old Phoenix who exclaimed, "That's a bride dress!"
She then posted a sweet snap of her youngest, two-year-old Lennon, wearing a cute flowergirl dress on the beach where the vow renewal ceremony is thought to have taken place.
Tammin has kept mum about the finer details — including photos of what she wore — but did give a sneak peek at the couple's renewal of vows certificate.
After the ceremony — which was reportedly attended by Tammin's parents, Julie and Daryl Sursok — the pair enjoyed a cosy meal together at Maman Bar & Kitchen in Burleigh Heads.
As their wedding song played in the background, Pretty Little Liars star Tammin let her new ring from Brisbane jeweller The French Door glitter in the candlelight.
The design, which features a large central flower flanked by two smaller ones set into a wide band, appears similar to the brand's $3,500 9K Rose & White Gold Diamond Dress Ring.
It's been an emotion-filled few weeks for Tammin and her family, who were reunited with Tammin's parents after two-and-a-half years apart earlier in December.
Tammin, Sean and their girls were able to fly into Queensland from the States back in June but border closures meant they were unable to see Sydney-based Julie and Daryl for six months.
Logie winner Tammin shared a moving video of her daughters rushing to hug their grandma on a Brisbane street, saying that she was 'never letting them go'.
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