According to Holly Byrnes at The Sunday Telegraph, the couple’s family members and friends attended the private ceremony in Palm Beach on Saturday.
“It’s a commitment ceremony. It was lovely,” Stefanovic told the publication.
Stefanovic’s younger children, Ava, 12, and River, 10, reportedly attended the ceremony, as did Yarbrough’s parents, Cheryl and Bob, and her sister, Jade.
Much like the commitment ceremonies on Married At First Sight, real life commitment ceremonies involve an exchange of vows and rings, but they’re not legally binding.
The event was reportedly held at a $13 million property owned by Rob Rankin, the former chairman of Crown Resorts.
It’s believed the couple became engaged in January this year while holidaying in Fiji.
Stefanovic, 43, and Yarbrough, 34, made their engagement public in early February when Yarbrough, a former model, was photographed attending Harper’s Bazaar Australia’s 20th anniversary party wearing a large and very shiny engagement ring.
Stefanovic later confirmed the engagement, telling The Fix he was “grateful” and happily surprised at the direction their relationship has taken.
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“When Jasmine came into my life, I had no thoughts of new love or the future, but we are happy and grateful we found each other,” Stefanovic said.
“We are yet to work out when we will get married, but probably later this year. We are both very happy.”
Stefanovic and Yarbrough first met in December 2016, several months after The Today Show co-host separated from his wife of 21 years, Cassandra Thorburn.
He and Thorburn finalised their divorce in October last year. They have three children together – Jackson, 18, Ava, 12, and River, 10.