Danny Jones and his new wife Georgia Horsley have given fans a glimpse into the singer's wedding day speech.
In true McFly style, Danny, 28, crooned a love note to his beautiful bride, which the couple relived while on honeymoon in the Maldives.
Teasing her fans on Twitter first, Georgia, 27, asked her followers if they wanted a "teeny tiny sneaky listen" to the song.
Georgia Horsley and Danny Jones are on their honeymoon in the Maldives
The former Miss England model then posted a short Instagram clip of her beau sitting in their hotel room, strumming away on his guitar.
"You make me a better man/ All I need is to hold...," Danny – who looks lost in the moment – is heard singing.
Danny and Georgia share first post-wedding snaps
Georgia paid special mention to the couple's friend and group CEO of radio giant Global, Stephen Miron, captioning the video, "Thank you for the guitar in our room Stephen Miron. A little snippet of @dannyjonesmcfly wedding speech song. What do you lovely followers think??"
Danny Jones surprised his bride Georgia on the big day when he sang his wedding speech
On the day, which was captured by HELLO! magazine in an exclusive photoshoot, Danny surprised his bride by revealing that he had penned a song for her.
"Every time I sit at the piano or guitar, Georgia comes in with her little chocolate voice and goes, 'Is that song about me?' I've actually written a song for you today," he said, speaking in front of his new wife and wedding guests.
Danny was then handed his guitar and sang, "You, you put on your best dress/ It takes away my breath/ It helps me believe that you make me a better man/ All I need is to hold your hand/ I give you my soul...".
Georgia Horsley and Danny Jones' August wedding was captured by HELLO! magazine
At the end of the evening, the McBusted star was joined by his fellow bandmates on stage for a lively rendition. "I was a bit drunk," admitted Danny. "Harry said to me, 'Mate, sing faster, sing in time.'"
The wedding took place at the start of August at St Mary's Priory Church, in Georgia's home town of Malton, Yorkshire.