Five years after finding love on reality TV, Australia’s first Bachelor couple married in an intimate ceremony in Puglia, Italy.
And six weeks after the wedding, Tim Robards has revealed he ‘welled up a little bit’ when he saw his beautiful bride Anna Heinrich walking down the aisle towards him.
The 35-year-old told The Fix on Tuesday: ‘I think the most nervous part is right when you’re waiting at the altar – to see her dad walking her down, that was pretty special.’
‘That was pretty special’: The Bachelor’s Tim Robards (pictured) has revealed the moment that made him cry tears of joy during his wedding to Anna Heinrich six weeks ago
Tim insisted he couldn’t be happier with married life, and admitted he felt more in love with Anna than ever before.
While they documented their wedding day and honeymoon by sharing photos to Instagram, Tim revealed there’s plenty more to come.
He told the publication that he and Anna had received thousands of photos from guests capturing their fairytale nuptials.
How sweet! Tim, 35, told Channel Nine’s The Fix on Tuesday that he ‘welled up a little bit’ when he saw his beautiful bride walking down the aisle towards him
‘Anna was just going through 20,000 of them’: While the couple (pictured) documented their wedding day and honeymoon by sharing photos to Instagram, Tim revealed there’s plenty more to come
‘Anna was just going through 20,000 of them today, picking out our favourites,’ Tim said of the task ahead.
‘I had a quick squiz over it, but I’m just gonna stay out of it initially.’
On their wedding day, Anna stunned in a couture Steven Khalil gown while Tim looked suave in a white suit and jacket.
Precious memories: On their wedding day, Anna stunned in a couture Steven Khalil gown. Pictured: Anna walking down the aisle alongside her father Les
But despite being together for half a decade, Tim claimed on Tuesday the couple are still not ready to start a family yet.
During an interview on the Today show, the chiropractor admitted he and his wife are far too preoccupied with various projects to focus on children right now.
‘We’re both pretty busy at the moment,’ he said, dodging the question.