Aussie actress marries in belted wedding dress

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Aussie actress Jessica McNamee wed her property developer fiancé, Patrick Caruso. over the weekend - and we can’t stop staring at her incredible belted wedding dress. Instagram/ilucygram
Aussie actress Jessica McNamee wed her property developer fiancé, Patrick Caruso. over the weekend - and we can’t stop staring at her belted wedding dress. Instagram/ilucygram

Aussie actress Jessica McNamee wed her property developer fiancé, Patrick Caruso, over the weekend - and we can’t stop staring at her belted wedding dress.

The couple tied the knot at Adamson House, right on the coastline in Malibu, in front of their family and friends.

Former Packed to the Rafters star, Jessica wore a long-sleeved, belted gown by J. Andreatta - the same Australian designer who famously created Jasmine Yarbrough’s wedding dress when she married Karl Stefanovic in Mexico last year.

“Congratulations to Aussie actress @jessica_mcnameew who married in LA last weekend wearing custom #jandreatta,” the designer wrote on Instagram.

Jessica accessorised her gown with a pair of drop earrings and a massive bouquet of pink flowers.

Speaking in February, Jessica told the Daily Telegraph that she and her future hubbie were trying to keep their wedding plans a secret.

“Yes, I’m engaged. We’re trying to keep it under wraps,” she said.

“He’s a lovely Australian boy who’s moved to America. He’s not in the business, which is great, he’s a property developer.”

The former Home and Away actress, who played Aussie tennis icon Margaret Court in the Hollywood film, Battle of the Sexes, was joined at her nuptials by Neighbours star, Bella Heathcote

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