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A stunning photograph has captured a beautiful candid moment between a newlywed couple on their wedding day. 

Matt and Trish Irwin had their dream wedding ceremony at the Bendooley Estate in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales before heading off with James Day to take wedding photos. 

The result was a series of touching, raw snaps that captured the couple’s deep love for each other.

A stunning photograph has captured a beautiful candid moment between a newlywed couple on their wedding day

James posted one particularly beautiful photo of a visibly emotional Matt embracing his wife on his social media account - the photo touching hearts across the country 

James posted one particularly beautiful photo of a visibly emotional Matt embracing his wife on his social media account – the photo touching hearts across the country 

The result was a series of touching, raw snaps that captured the couple's deep love for each other

The result was a series of touching, raw snaps that captured the couple’s deep love for each other

James posted one particularly beautiful photo of a visibly emotional Matt embracing his wife on his social media account – the photo touching hearts across the country. 

‘Someone once told me that the hardest part of losing someone is not them dying, it’s when the memory of them starts to fade,’ James wrote. 

‘I asked Matt if there was anyone that he wished could have been there with him at the wedding.

'I asked Matt if there was anyone that he wished could have been there with him at the wedding,' James wrote 

‘I asked Matt if there was anyone that he wished could have been there with him at the wedding,’ James wrote 

The photos clearly captured how happy the couple were and their overwhelming love for one another  

The photos clearly captured how happy the couple were and their overwhelming love for one another  

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Matt described what was going through his head at the moment the photo was taken

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Matt described what was going through his head at the moment the photo was taken

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Matt described what was going through his head at the moment the photo was taken

‘”My Gran”, he said.

‘”My gran taught me what it means to be kind, accepting and generous”.

‘Then Matt looked at Trish, and held her in the most beautiful way.’

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Matt described what was going through his head at the moment the photo was taken. 

'When James asked me who I wished had been at our wedding, the answer was obvious, my great grandmother,' Matt said

‘When James asked me who I wished had been at our wedding, the answer was obvious, my great grandmother,’ Matt said

'Gran was special because she made those whose lives she touched feel special. She taught me what it means to be kind, how to love, and why it's important to respect people's differences,' he said

‘Gran was special because she made those whose lives she touched feel special. She taught me what it means to be kind, how to love, and why it’s important to respect people’s differences,’ he said

'Sadly, emotions were seldom discussed as a byproduct of my rural upbringing and this translated to me never telling Gran that I loved her or how special she was to me,' Matt said 

‘Sadly, emotions were seldom discussed as a byproduct of my rural upbringing and this translated to me never telling Gran that I loved her or how special she was to me,’ Matt said 

'I love Trish, and thanks to Gran I make sure to tell her that every day,' Matt said

'I love Trish, and thanks to Gran I make sure to tell her that every day,' Matt said

‘I love Trish, and thanks to Gran I make sure to tell her that every day,’ Matt said 

‘When James asked me who I wished had been at our wedding, the answer was obvious, my great grandmother,’ Matt said. 

‘Gran was special because she made those whose lives she touched feel special. She taught me what it means to be kind, how to love, and why it’s important to respect people’s differences. 

‘Sadly, emotions were seldom discussed as a byproduct of my rural upbringing and this translated to me never telling Gran that I loved her or how special she was to me. 

‘I love Trish, and thanks to Gran I make sure to tell her that every day.’ 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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