She married millionaire Richard Lavender on New Year’s Eve in a quaint ceremony which was kept secret until the eleventh hour.
And six weeks after her wedding, Sunrise host Sam Armytage enjoyed a ‘reverse’ hens party with her friends at Magic Mike Live in Sydney.
The TV presenter, 44, was joined by socialite Skye Leckie – at whose party she first met Richard in 2019 – as well as Channel Seven journalist Adene Cassidy and producer Sarah Stinson.
Oh what a night! Sam Armytage (far right) enjoyed a ‘reverse’ hens party on Thursday, alongside her friends socialite Skye Leckie, who helped match the couple together in 2019, Channel Seven journalist Adene Cassidy and Seven producer Sarah Stinson
In footage shared by Sam on Instagram, half-naked men flaunted their rippling muscles while grinding on the table in front of the flustered ladies.
She described the event as ‘the most fun night ever’, then uploaded several more videos of the dancers gyrating on stage.
‘Here’s a taste, just to make your Friday morning a bit more interesting ladies…’ Sam captioned the footage.
In another clip shared by Adene, Sam, who wore a leopard-print skirt and black top, laughed hysterically as her pals tossed fake money at the male performers.
Squirming: As the long-haired dancer gave the ladies a closer look by hopping on to their table, the gang couldn’t help but yell out in excitement as they came to terms with the saucy display
Loving it! ‘Here’s a taste, just to make your Friday morning a bit more interesting ladies…’ Sam captioned footage of the dancers
Before: Prior to the sweat-inducing performance, the ladies appeared very relaxed as they sat at their table to celebrate Sam’s marriage
As one long-haired dancer hopping onto the group’s table, Sam and her pals couldn’t help but yelp with excitement.
Created and co-directed by actor Channing Tatum in 2016, Magic Mike Live has already been a success in Las Vegas and London.
The stage extravaganza will play in Sydney until April.
Sam later revealed she had bumped into one of the dancers in the car park after the show, and said he’d instantly recognised her from Sunrise.
Saucy: At one stage, Sam was heard hysterically laughing as her friends tossed fake money at the stunning dancers
‘That was sweet!’ After the night was over, Sam even revealed she had bumped into one of the hunks in the car park – who instantly recognised her from her mornings on Sunrise
‘Afterwards, one of the dancers wanted a selfie with me at the car park ticket pay machine. So that was sweet!’ she said.
Sam married Richard, 66, at his 40-hectare property in the picturesque Southern Highlands on New Year’s Eve, with just close friends and family as their guests.
The pair tied the knot at his home around midday, and then moved to a luncheon at the Centennial Vineyards Restaurant in Bowral.
Wild: Conceived and co-directed by actor Channing Tatum in 2016, Magic Mike Live has already been a success in Las Vegas and London – as is wowing audiences in Sydney until April
Just married! Sam married her now-husband Richard Lavender on New Year’s Eve, surrounded by close friends and family
A source told Daily Mail Australia of the nuptials: ‘Champagne was flowing, and at one point they had several waiters attending to their every need.
‘However, they didn’t get any VIP treatment, and while they were away from other guests, they were sitting among locals and tourists.’
A local from Burradoo said it was ‘pretty much a “slap-on” lunch’, adding that Sam looked relaxed as she ‘rubbed Richard’s back, chatting to guests’.
The newlyweds had arrived at the reception in a local taxi.
The popular host only announced her engagement to Richard in late June, and they walked down the aisle just six months later.
The happy couple: The pair tied the knot at his 40-hectare property in the picturesque Southern Highlands in NSW