Two of the country’s richest families have officially become one

Heiress Lou Hay and property developer Jake O’Neil tied the knot in an extravagant ceremony held in Sydney on Thursday.

Two of Australia’s richest families have officially joined in a lavish high society wedding kept secret to everyone but their guests.

Heiress Lou Hay and property developer Jake O’Neil were married on Thursday at heritage listed Carthona mansion in Darling Point, in Sydney’s east, in front of their immediate family and bridal party.

Mr O’Neil is the son of multimillion-dollar superyacht broker and owner of the Rose Bay Marina, Denis O’Neil and wife Charlotte.

Ms Hay is daughter of late Donald Hay, the man behind cleaning product manufacturing brand Hayco, which he founded in 1983.

Ms Hay was fast to change her name on Instagram, updating it to Mrs Lou O’Neil.

She shared a handful of photos and videos throughout her special day, including of her and her bridesmaids preparing for the ceremony.

The bride shared snippets of herself in a blue pair of pyjamas before slipping into her dress.

She stunned in the extravagant strapless tulle design which featured a lengthy train and sheer sleeves.

Mr O’Neil put on a dapper display in a classic black suit and bow tie.

His bride was accompanied by seven bridesmaids including her sister Simmie Hay, sister-in-law Poppy O’Neil Tzaneros, Deborah Symond O’Neil, Alyce Tran, Caroline Tran, Hermione Underwood and India Banks.

The couple appeared loved up in a series of photos posted to Instagram with the caption “07.04.22”.

They will continue their celebration in a reception on Saturday at Bert’s Bar and Brasserie on Sydney’s northern beaches.

The event is set to be attended by 100 of the pair’s close family and friends.

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