Amanda finished her loved-up post by expressing her excitement about their future together.
"I’m looking forward to sharing you with the fans, and having fun with this whole social media thing. And more privately, building a real life together. I’ve always dreamt I could have it all. You have and hold the kind of qualities I’ve searched for in a partner for so long. It’s so effortless with you, you want what I want and you love what I love!"
"Thank you for being kind, and a little crazy for me, as I am a little crazy for you, I love you."
The tribute was met with many likes and messages of congratulations
"She's gorgeous, congrats, cheers to being happy," one wrote beneath the post.
"Congratulations hun l am so happy for you. She is beautiful," remarked another.
Lana herself sweetly commented: "Absolutely obsessed with you, and all that we are together. I love you."
Back when she starred on MAFS, Amanda and her bride Tash became the show's first same-sex couple following marriage equality being legalised in Australia. However, the two clashed and left the season not long after their wedding.
Later that year, Tash made shock claims against her TV ex-wife and broke her silence in a lengthy Instagram post.
“I’m no longer scared. I want people to know what it was like for me, if they are curious or can’t understand through the editing and vilifying, what it was like to be constantly asked why you don’t want to be around someone that feels they are owed physical affection, love and fame no matter how many times you have explained, kindly, that you do not feel comfortable giving them that," Tash wrote at the time.
“Again, I will remind you all, YOU DO NOT OWE ANYONE PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL OR SPIRITUAL LOVE. Thank you to everyone that has supported me this year, it’s been a rumble.”