They tied the knot in a picturesque, intimate ceremony in New Zealand over the weekend.
And still very much riding high on their newlywed bliss, Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff embarked on a loved-up road trip across the southern part of New Zealand on Wednesday.
Following their wild, wedding bash, the couple opted for some relaxing downtime as they visited popular tourist spots such as the Dunedin Cadbury factory and the Moeraki Boulders.
It remains unclear whether this was what the two, who have been notoriously private about their plans for and after their big day, had in mind for their honeymoon.
The two kept their wedding date in wraps, with reports suggesting that it was scheduled for November 11.
As it turned out, they exchanged wedding vows a day later, with Curtis looking stunning in her Monique Lhuillier-designed gown.
Curtis has said that she wants to keep details about their romance relatively muted, while Heussaff admitted that he's still getting used to the limelight.
Both rarely talk about their relationship, but have not kept things hidden from plain sight either, documenting their many travels on their Instagram pages with millions of followers.
According to Heussaff, who had said that he couldn't wait to travel more with Curtis after they marry, their road trip will last for the remainder of the week that they will be in New Zealand.