This morning, the governor-general Sir Peter Cosgrove gave royal assent to legislation legalising same-sex marriage in Australia following its historic passage in parliament on Thursday evening.
From January 9 same-sex couples in Australia will be able to wed, and from this weekend they can give notice of their intent to marry.
As Australians woke up this morning to a country where same-sex marriage will soon be legal, most Australian newspapers published similar front pages to record the moment.
Signed, sealed, delivered.
The Sydney Morning Herald led with the already iconic photo of Labor MP Linda Burney leaping into the arms of Liberal MP Warren Entsch after the legislation passed.
As did the national broadsheet.
As did the Canberra Times.
The Herald Sun had the same idea.
"Our pollies prove they can get something done."
The Adelaide Advertiser has a local couple on the front page.
And the Telegraph was...well, the Telegraph.
The paper has opted to reprise the idea of having actor Ed O'Neill on its front page; O'Neill appeared on page one as his Married With Children character, Al Bundy, after the postal survey result was announced in November.
Except this time it is in his role on Modern Family, and they appear to have photoshopped his head onto his own body...for some reason.
Australia's financial daily had a tiny mention on the front page.
The NT News did not mention the news on the front page. In fact, it doesn't appear in the paper until page 9.
Josh Taylor is a news editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in Sydney.
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