Mark curry dating
The pair stepped out at the Australian flag bearer ceremony announcement, held at the Star Casino.
Last month, Lisa sparked rumours she married Mark after sharing adorable pictures of her newborn grandson, Flynn Gruell.
"I'm actually not Elvis, I hate the term Elvis-impersonator," he said.
"I'm an actor and Elvis is only one-third of what I do." Curry remained keen on the idea of a Vegas wedding. But Tabone was determined "we will do it up here on the beautiful Sunshine Coast".
Former Blue Peter presenter Mark Curry has married his long-term partner in a gay civil ceremony.
His fellow groom’s ex-wife and daughter were among 50 guests who saw the men take their vows wearing matching yellow roses in their lapels.
It wouldn't be in Vegas, where they were travelling to for Tabone to take part in another Elvis-gig.
Tabone has been broadly known for his Elvis-impersonator role, but he admitted he hated the term.
But in an interview of Channel 7s The Morning Show, the celebrity couple revealed the truth behind that ring. Curry said it was a ring she had been "wearing for years" as it had been given to her by her three children, Morgan, Jett and Jaimi.
Mark and chartered surveyor Jeremy Sandle have been together for ten years and share a house.
Jeremy Sandle and ex-Blue Peter presenter Mark Curry celebrate their gay wedding But the star, who was not openly gay during his time in children’s TV for fear it would ruin his career, called the ceremony his ‘coming out’ party.
Kate and her mother Susan were both at the wedding.
‘It was a very happy occasion, shared with family and friends. The reception at Caffe La Fiamma, near Hampton Court Palace, included music from former Mud bass player Ray Stiles and Ian Parker from newly reformed Sixties group The Hollies.