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20 May 2013, 10:23
The 'Close Enemies' rapper and his fiance wed in front of around 70 guests this past weekend.
Example wed his fiancé Erin McNaught over the weekend and admitted he was moved to tears while reading out his vows in front of family and friends.
The 'Say Nothing' rapper married former Miss Australia Erin in a private family ceremony out in Australia, and shared a number of snaps on Instagram of the couple's big day soon after.
Last week Example spoke exclusively to Capital about the wedding and revealed he had written a poem as his speech, as well as admitting all he had to do to help plan the event was pick out the food and music.
However, the rapper has since revealed that he got very emotional during the couple's exchange of vows, which saw around 70 guests gathered at an old farm house for the ceremony.
Check out a picture of Example on his wedding day below (Credit: Instagram):
"I wasn't nervous on the day until the moment I saw Erin walking down the aisle," Example revealed to The Sun. "For the most part I held it together, but as soon as I started reading my vows I had to shed a few tears.
"Erin kept it totally together for the whole ceremony!" he added.
Example and his new wife Erin McNaught pose on their wedding day below (Credit: Instagram):
The 'Changed The Way You Kiss Me' rapper went on to reveal that the speeches section of the wedding had everyone laughing.
"His entire speech was a poem about my life from baby to man," the rapper revealed, of his dad's wedding speech. "Then, when it came to my speech I also had a poem. I could almost have called it a father/son rap battle."
Example and Erin have since headed off for their honeymoon before he begins a large number of gigs this coming summer.
The UK rapper kicks off his honeymoon fresh from marrying fiance Erin below (Credit: Instagram):
Example is expected to begin work on his fifth studio album towards the end of this year following his success with 2012 record 'The Evolution Of Man'.