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Myer department store heir marries in stunning ceremony at family farm in rural Victoria

Myer department store heir marries in stunning ceremony at family farm in rural Victoria – after cancelling wedding a week out due to lockdowns


William Myer has married his partner Sarah in an intimate rural ceremony. 

The heir to the Myer department store fortune wed on a family farm in Merricks North, Victoria over the weekend, 45km from Melbourne. 

In photos shared to social media, Sarah looked stunning in a sleeveless ivory gown that fit close to her body. 

The happy couple: William Myer (right) married his partner Sarah (left) in an intimate rural ceremony over the weekend 

William, meanwhile, was dapper indeed in a black tuxedo with a bowtie and white dress shirt. 

The newlyweds beamed as they posed for photos with family and friends after giving speeches at the idyllic location. 

On the grounds of the 16-hectare property, a large ‘William and Sarah’ sign made of hay was erected, with stunning views in the background. 

Scenic: The heir to the Myer department store fortune wed at a family farm in Merricks North, Victoria, a 16-hectare property 45km from Melbourne

Scenic: The heir to the Myer department store fortune wed at a family farm in Merricks North, Victoria, a 16-hectare property 45km from Melbourne

Family: The pair share daughter Montana, who is seven months old (pictured)

Family: The pair share daughter Montana, who is seven months old (pictured)

The lovebirds officially married on March 27 in a small ceremony earlier this year. 

They couple were forced to cancel their original shindig with family and friends a week before their big day, with the Covid pandemic thwarting their plans. 

‘Although it wasn’t what we had planned we’re so grateful for these memories,’ Sarah wrote on social media at the time.  

Wow! On the grounds of the 16-hectare property, a large 'William and Sarah' sign made of hay was erected, with stunning views in the background

Wow! On the grounds of the 16-hectare property, a large ‘William and Sarah’ sign made of hay was erected, with stunning views in the background

Plans: The lovebirds officially married on March 27 in a small ceremony earlier this year. They couple were forced to cancel their original shindig with family and friends a week before their big day, with the Covid pandemic thwarting their plans

Plans: The lovebirds officially married on March 27 in a small ceremony earlier this year. They couple were forced to cancel their original shindig with family and friends a week before their big day, with the Covid pandemic thwarting their plans

She then added: ‘A day we will never forget. Intimate, simple and beautiful’.

William and Sarah share daughter Montana, who is seven months old.

William is great grandson of Sidney Myer, who founded the iconic department store in 1900. 

Lavish: The lovebirds first married with just a few guests on March 27, before hosting a bigger wedding over this past weekend

Lavish: The lovebirds first married with just a few guests on March 27, before hosting a bigger wedding over this past weekend

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