Bindi Irwin shared the first official photo from her wedding to Chandler Powell to Instagram on Wednesday.
The wildlife warrior revealed to fans that the couple made the difficult decision to have no guests present, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
It comes just hours after Prime Minister Scott Morrison enforced restrictions on weddings as of 11.59pm, March 25, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Weddings may be conducted as long as it’s just the couple, the celebrant and two witnesses.
Husband and wife: Bindi Irwin (right), 21, MARRIED Chandler Powell (left), 23, in a stunning outdoor ceremony on Wednesday night, after the Australian government enforced strict wedding conditions amid the coronavirus pandemic
The wedding ceremony took place among a lush garden oasis, presumably at Australia Zoo.
An archway for guests of the bride and groom was erected, while statement white florals were seen throughout.
Photographers and videographers were also on hand, no doubt ensuring they got in the perfect position to capture footage of the big day.
In position: Videographers and photographers were seen taking their place
Lush garden oasis: Aerial footage obtained by Seven News on Wednesday, saw event planners setting up a stunning outdoor ceremony, complete with a lush greenery
On Tuesday night, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison enforced tough conditions on weddings amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Weddings can be conducted as long as it’s just the couple, celebrant and two witnesses in attendance.
‘Large gatherings for weddings, sadly, won’t be possible under these new arrangements,’ he said.
Shielded: Bindi looked to be ready to walk down the aisle. Wearing a gown, she was shielded by a group who held up white umbrellas
‘Sadly, also, and I know this will be very difficult, funerals to no more than 10 persons observing the rules around the four-square-metre rule and the social distancing practices.
‘This is not an easy decision. Where we have already found, and Dr Murphy can speak to this, some of the events that have been some of the major transmitting events, it has been exactly these types of events, particularly weddings.
‘And that is why, regretfully, we have to be able to put these arrangements in place.’
New rules: It comes after Prime Minister Scott Morrison (pictured on Tuesday) enforced restrictions on weddings as of 11.59pm, March 25, amid the coronavirus pandemic. Weddings may be conducted as long as it’s just the couple, the celebrant and two witnesses
Keeping her fans updated: Meanwhile, in September last year, Bindi revealed via Instagram that she and Chandler will marry sometime in 2020 at Australia Zoo
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness accompanied by fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath and fatigue. It can produce pneumonia.
The spread of the disease, which began in Wuhan, China, has seen over 420,000 cases worldwide and more than 18,900 fatalities.
As of the evening of March 25, the total number of people diagnosed with the virus in Australia is 2,431 including nine deaths.
Statistics: As of the evening of March 25, the total number of people diagnosed with the virus in Australia is 2,431 including nine deaths
A TIMELINE OF BINDI AND CHANDLER’S ROMANCE
NOVEMBER 2013: The pair first meet at Australia Zoo in Queensland. Chandler later asks Bindi’s mother, Terri, if he can keep in touch with her
JULY 2015: Bindi announces on Instagram that Chandler has become a ‘Wildlife Warrior’ as they embark on a long-distance romance
SEPTEMBER 2015: Bindi and Chandler debut their relationship on the red carpet after her appearance on Dancing with the Stars
LATE 2018: Chandler moves to Queensland to live with the Irwins
NOVEMBER 2018: Bindi says she feels ‘lucky’ to have found ‘The One’
DECEMBER 2018: The couple dismiss engagement rumours, saying they are in no rush to marry
JULY 24, 2019: The pair announce their engagement on Bindi’s 21st birthday
Bindi and Chandler got engaged at Australia Zoo in Queensland in July last year, on what was her 21st birthday.
The wildlife warrior shared heartwarming photos to Instagram at the time, after her award-winning wildlife photographer brother Robert captured the sweet moment she said, ‘Yes’ on camera.
Addressing her 3.3 million Instagram followers, Bindi gushed over the ‘most beautiful surprise’ and revealed that she had no idea that the proposal was going to take place, or that her brother was across the park taking photos.
Long-time beau: The couple had been dating for six years prior to getting engaged in July last year
Despite celebrating both her 21st birthday and engagement, Bindi admitted it had been a ‘bittersweet’ day as she was celebrating without her father Steve, who tragically died 13 years ago.
Speaking to the Sunshine Coast Daily, she explained: ‘I do really wish that dad was here to be able to celebrate with us as a family. I think in some ways he is and his spirit lives on in everything that we do, and I always feel closest to dad here at Australia Zoo.’
She added: ‘People have been so kind and sharing so much love and that means so much to me.’
Steve Irwin, famously known as the ‘Crocodile Hunter’, tragically died from a stingray barb to the heart in 2006. He was 44-years-old.
Following in his footsteps: Bindi’s father, Steve Irwin (pictured with Bindi as a child), famously known as the ‘Crocodile Hunter’, tragically died from a stingray barb to the heart in 2006. He was 44-years-old