She may have been Married at First Sight but 2020 TV bride Tash Herz has officially tied the knot with partner Stephanie Fabrizi.

The reality star, who was one half of the marriage experiment’s first-ever same-sex couple with Amanda Micallef, took to Instagram on Monday to announce the wedding bliss.

Simply captioning the post “The Fabrizis”, the pair unveiled that they were wed on May 8th.

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Married at First Sight 2020 bride Tash Herz is officially married to Stephanie Fabrizi. Source: Instagram @tashherz.

In a series of stunning photos, Tash sported a white mini-dress with matching white cowboy boots while Stephanie wowed in an all-black suit.

The post also revealed that the couple, who got engaged in December 2021, wed at Chateau Apollo in Adelaide.

A number of fans and reality stars took to the comments to congratulate the pair, including fellow MAFS alum Liam Cooper.

“No wayyyyy,” he penned. “Congratulations to the both of you.”

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Liam Cooper offered up his congratulations to the pair. Source: Instagram.

Tash’s co-star, Cathy Evans, also dropped a line, exclaiming “WE LOVE TO SE IT”.

Tash and her Canadian screenwriter wife met via Instagram at the height of Australia’s COVID lockdowns. Following the pandemic, Tash relocated to Toronto to be with her.

The TV bride’s Instagram bio now also reads: “Natasha Fabrizi.”

Tash Herz Speaks Out About MAFS Casting Same-Sex Couples

After So Dramatic! reported the potential of another same-sex couple being cast in the MAFS 2022 cast (news flash: there wasn’t), Tash took condemned the handling of her relationship with Amanda Micallef on the show.

Tash said producers should “seek queer input in the matchmaking”, in an exclusive chat with So Dramatic!.

“I highly doubt a lesbian’s viewpoint and opinion would have bungled the first lesbian pairing to the extent production did,” she said.

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Tash called out Married at First Sight producers for their handling of same-sex relationships. Source: Nine.

“Every single one of my queer friends has said: ‘WHAT WERE THEY THINKING WITH THE MATCH?!’ Even aesthetically. Considering Tara [the executive producer of MAFS] repeatedly told me that it was a huge responsibility being the first lesbian couple and that we were unlikeable and everyone was going to hate us, I truly feel this could have been avoided with seeking out queer advice from the LGBTQI community.”

Tash also made her feelings known in the comments section of our Instagram page, saying: “God help them. Hopefully they accept some queer matchmaking help from any of the community that’s involved in production.” Eeeep!

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