Behold, Jesinta Campbell has revealed her second wedding dress and it is perfection.

Jesinta Campbell and Buddy Franklin’s top-secret, heavily guarded wedding has come with a few more surprises, as the model and businesswoman reveals her second wedding dress for the day.

Pictured on Instagram, friends of the couple have captured Campbell’s stunning second dress which is a much simpler, and perhaps more comfortable, version of her initial and striking Vera Wang number.

The Daily Mail are reporting Campbell wore a $20,000 custom-made Vera Wang gown for the ceremony and a fitted, lacy Ana Luisa gown for the reception. It is believed the Ana Luisa, also by Vera Wang, is part of her 2016 collection and is still available in store.

 

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The wedding managed to stay out of the media’s radar until Campbell, who has changed her name on Instagram to Jesinta Franklin, announced the nuptials on Instagram.

Campbell, 25, posted a photo of the couple and captioned the image, “Mr and Mrs Franklin”. Mamamia has previously reported the couple tied the knot in a top-secret location that is yet to be confirmed. Mixed reports suggest it was held either in Queenstown, New Zealand or the Blue Mountains, NSW.

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It was only just over a week ago that Campbell threw her fans and the media off the wedding scent, telling the Today Show that 2016 was about focusing on things other than marriage.

“For us guys, this year was really about focusing on health and happiness and just getting through the year,” she told Channel 9’s Today Show at the time.

“We had so much going on…I had my book and [Buddy] was really focused on football, so for us, that’s been the main focus.”

In the interview, Campbell did admit the couple were embarking on a month-long holiday, while a very clued-in co-host in Lisa Wilkinson asked if it was there the duo would tie the knot. And it appears they had us all fooled, marrying just over a week later.

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