Let's be honest, we've all thoroughly enjoyed watching the love between Angel and Brett grow.
It was clear from day one that these two were pretty much made for each other.
The pair were smitten when they first met on their wedding day, we're surprised their mouths didn't fall off from smiling so hard.
They celebrated their honeymoon in Borassa Valley, Western Australia.
Sparks were flying the entire time, and Angel even declared that she couldn't believe how nice Brett was.
Not to mention the laughter, seriously, these two are either always smiling or always laughing.
Throughout all the drama during Married at First Sight Brett and Angel always managed to stayed out of it.
The pair even admitted at a cocktail party that they would have preferred to have been at home watching Stranger Things.
There's no doubt that we felt pretty confident about the chances of them staying together before their vows.
First to speak is Angel, with that goregous grin of hers.
"As I was writing this, I realised being cheesy in inevitable, and also sorry in advance for the compliments you're about to receive, I don't want you to think I'm being too nice.
"This has been an insane, pressure cooker experiment, our journey has been so overwhelmingly positive; it made me wonder, is this too good to be true?
"Coming into it, I was completely open minded, positive and hopeful. I truly believed that this wedding, our wedding, would be the best day of my life – it was.
"I was hoping for an 8 out of 10, but I didn’t get that, I got a 12.
"Brett, I've been falling for you from the moment I met you at the aisle, you’ve bought me goodies left right and centre, but you forgot to get me a parachute!
"I don't have broken legs from this falling, but I do have a very full heart that makes me feel so lucky to call you my husband.
"So many ridiculous moments B, and so much tomato sauce!
"From our awkward bush bath in the middle of the Aussie outback, to the launch of 'Bretto's tours' and the launch of Woodpecker chef.
"I wanted someone that inspired me, and you've already taught me so much. From how to bird-watch - you’re really good at spotting shags - to golfing, skiing, four-wheel driving – and also how to correctly wave at a four-wheel drive with a two-finger salute.
"Every day has been an adventure, and I CAN’T WAIT for more.
"I've decided we should install a Pepsi Max tap in your man cave, on the condition we get Manu the Frenchie first, followed by a Jeep and a bath – a big bath, not a tub, in the bush.
"We've lived in the now, however, since I've met you, I've also found my future.
"Brett Renall, there’s no doubt in my mind I will spend the rest of my life with you, you are the one".
It's Brett's turn.
“My beautiful wife Angel, before our wedding day, I was so nervous, that I actually discovered for the first time, what anxiety was.
"I was so nervous that you weren’t going to arrive, and I definitely had some weird feelings going on in my stomach.
"It was the strangest, and most nervous I had ever felt in my whole life.
"I just kept the faith, and I believed that this was my journey in life.
"Then you arrived on our wedding day and walked down that aisle with the hugest smile on your face, and at that moment I knew that everything would be okay.
"This has been an amazing, and life changing experience, I could not have asked for a better person to share this epic journey with.
"You've accepted everything about me, and have laughed and smiled from the moment I met you on our amazing wedding day.
"We have travelled all over New Zealand from the Coromandel to Mount Hutt, and had the most amazing honeymoon in Barossa Valley, South Australia.
"We have done a lot of travelling, and it has been the raddest adventure.
"Barossa Valley will forever be our special spot, and hopefully we can return their one day.
"I feel very humbled and blessed to be your husband.
"I look forward to laughing together, laughing at each other, adventures, Presbyterian meals, movie nights, date nights, you moving to Lincoln, hanging out with our awesome nephews and nieces and us getting a French bulldog and one day starting a family of our own. "Your positivity is infectious, and the world needs more Angels in it.
"We’ve both lived in the now throughout this journey and I believe that's been the key to our success, and right now, I truly believe I’ve hit the wife jackpot.”
Congratulations, Angel and Brett for being the only couple that remained together!
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