Two months after she tied the knot, Miranda Kerr is finally giving you some wedding dress photos to add to your Pinterest board.
The Gunnedah native, who married Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel in the backyard of their California home in May, took Vogue behind the scenes of her final wedding dress fitting.
The resulting video, which was released on the magazine's website on Sunday, shows an excited Kerr trying on her long-sleeved gown, which was designed by Dior artistic director, Maria Grazia Chiuri (her first wedding dress for the fashion house).
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According to Vogue, it took the model "only two fittings" to have the perfect dress, which was constructed by a "team of couturiers".
Speaking in the video, Kerr says she was inspired by the dress worn by Grace Kelly to wed Monaco's Prince Rainier in 1956.
"Grace Kelly was a real inspiration with her dress and how timeless it is," she says.
The former David Jones ambassador completed her look with a pearl-encrusted headpiece by Stephen Jones.
Kerr married Spiegel in an intimate ceremony at the couple's home in Brentwood, California, in May. They became engaged in July 2016, after two-and-a-half years of dating.
Speaking at Gwyneth Paltrow's In Goop Health Summit last month, the model described her wedding as "just so joyful".
"We started the day, did yoga, then our families came over and we literally had this celebration in our backyard," she said.
"It was incredible. It was so magical."
- This story originally appeared in The Daily Life