Home and Away stars tie the knot on our shores

Home and Away stars tie the knot on our shores

Home and Away stars James Stewart and Sarah Roberts tied the knot in a ceremony held in Dublin this week.

The couple, who play Justin Morgan and Willow Harris, exchanged vows at Luttrellstown Castle just outside of Dublin - yes, the same place the Beckhams got married in 1999.

The couple met on the set of the hit Australian soap in 2017 and announced their engagement in December 2018.

Speaking at the time of the proposal, Sarah said to TV Week: "I'm going to feel like Cinderella on the day. I care more about my wedding dress, I'm going to look at those photos forever."

The couple's onscreen characters also share a romance on the show which first blossomed when Sarah's character Willow arrived in Summer Bay.

It is said their family made the long journey for the big wedding but their fellow cast members were unable to attend because of filming commitments.

Although photos of the couple's special day have been floating around the internet, no official photos have been released.

The couple were spotted out and about in Dublin in April, spending time with friends who reside in Ireland.

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