As for whether the nuptials provided Sophie with inspiration for her own wedding day – whenever that may be – it rather seems to have confirmed what she doesn’t want.
‘Maybe a couple of less cameras, and I won’t say my vows 15 times for different takes!’ she says. ‘Hopefully, there will also be no-one calling “cut” just before I say, “I do!”’
Meanwhile, Jackson, who is currently single, was thrilled to play a key role in one of the Bay’s most memorable weddings.
‘I can’t believe it – I’m stoked,’ he says. ‘It’s so cool to be part of Home And Away history as another couple who get married.’
It’s also clear there’s a special bond between Sophie and Jackson.
Indeed, they are now the best of friends.
‘We can’t get over how well we do get along,’ says Jackson.
‘We had 14 scenes in a row oneday and I don’t think we stopped laughing the entire time.’
Sophie adds: ‘My abs actually hurt by the end of that day! We’re pretty good at reading each other and where each other’s head space is.’
Certainly, no-one could have been more thrilled than Sophie when she discovered Ziggy was going to propose to Brody.
‘Ziggy definitely isn’t afraid to do things a lot of women wouldn’t do,’ she says.
But it wouldn’t be a Summer Bay wedding without a dose of drama. Could tragedy strike Ziggy and Brody’s big day?
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