It was nothing but a private affair for the wedding of Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel last Saturday. Choosing an intimate setting (the backyard of their $12m Brentwood mansion) and an even more intimate guest list of around 30 people, the Australian supermodel and founder of Snapchat also chose to keep details of their nuptials off social media - a move that echoes the recent secret wedding of that other successful Aussie export Margot Robbie.

Everything you need to know about Miranda Kerr’s wedding

According to various reports (including Page Six), the couple chose to invite around 30 close friends and relatives, including Miranda's immediate family who hail from Gunnedah in NSW. It's also said that Miranda's son Flynn from first hubby Orlando Bloom was to take an active part in the ceremony, however Bloom himself was not invited. Describing her new 26-year-old husband as "a homebody" it's no surprise to anyone that knows the couple well that they chose such a private way to honour their union. Considering the massive fortune the pair amass together, we're sure it could have been an elaborate, over-the-top affair, so we kinda love that the 34-year-old model chose to go low key the second time round.

Everything you need to know about Miranda Kerr’s wedding

After getting together in 2015, the couple were engaged in whirlwind fashion last July, choosing the most on-brand way to announce their news - via Snapchat, of course. While no pictures of the stunning bride and her groom have leaked, we're wondering if this means a magazine deal is in the works? Only time will tell, although we wouldn't put it past Kerr and Spiegel to pull a Gisele and keep their wedding day on permanent lockdown, either...

Everything you need to know about Miranda Kerr’s wedding