Kyle’s bride shows off stunning look
Stunning photos of Kyle Sandilands’ new wife Tegan Kynaston have emerged, showing details of her wedding look following the high-profile ceremony.
The 37-year-old married her longtime partner in a star-studded wedding in Sydney on Saturday where guests included the Prime Minister and NSW Premier.
In the images, which were posted on a friend’s Instagram story, a fresh-faced Tegan is seen fashioning several dresses she wore throughout the day.
These included a floor length strapless ball gown along with a sequined long-sleeved dress for celebrations after the ceremony.
Another snap shows two of the flower girls’ hair in up-dos adorned with tulips.
The photos’ releases comes after other details emerged about the mammoth celebrity wedding.
Kyle told radio show listeners on Monday of his shock at being informed a fire broke out at the reception.
Co-host Jackie-O Henderson said her daughter Kitty was first to spot the commotion at the reception as other guests’ attention was transfixed on the groom.
“Did you know that there was a fire happening in the middle of your speech?” she asked her co-host, to which Sandilands confirmed that he hadn’t.
“So you’re making your speech and everyone’s transfixed on you and the table next to me, Kitty (daughter) starts nudging me, it starts catching on fire.”
Henderson went on to explain just how she believes the flames erupted.
“So the candle had lit, had caught onto, you know those massive pearls on a chain on the table, I think inside they’re filled with foam,” she said.
“And it had caught on fire, proper flames were going up.”
“I did not see that!” Sandilands replied.
“No one on the table had even noticed at this point,” Henderson said.
“(Kitty) said, ‘Mum, this table’s on fire’, and I said, ‘Quickly, tell that girl who’s sitting in front of it’.”
Despite the minor incident, the couple’s big day appeared to have otherwise gone off without a hitch with celebrities along with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and NSW Premier Chris Minns attending the celebration.