Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz are celebrating their marriage in Moorea, Tahiti. As their co-stars, including Jax Taylor, Brittany Cartwright, Scheana Marie and Mike Shay, enjoy tropical vacations of their own, the newly married Maloney and Schwartz are on their honeymoon -- and sharing tons of photos and videos with fans.

On August 29, The Daily Dish shared several of those photos and videos with their readers, revealing Maloney and Schwartz's destination of choice was recently featured on The Real Housewives of Orange County.

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According to the report, the Bravo cast vacationed in Moorea during the 10th season of the show.

"My husband is looking ffhhhiiiiiiiiinnee!! Honeymooning with my bubba love is dreamy," Katie Maloney captioned on of her latest posts on Instagram. In the accompanying photo, Schwartz was seen standing in ankle-deep water with his swim trunks, a white T-shirt and a blue and white striped towel.

In a video shared by Schwartz, Maloney was seen dancing in the sand. In the caption, Schwartz wrote, "[Katie Maloney] after one Rum & pineapple smh."

Katie Maloney got married earlier this month surrounded by several 'Vanderpump Rules' cast members

About two weeks ago, Maloney and Schwartz got married in Northern California and several of their Vanderpump Rules co-stars had roles in their ceremony.

Joining Maloney as bridesmaids were Scheana Marie, Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute and Brittany Cartwright while Tom Sandoval and Jax Taylor served as groomsmen for Schwartz.

Lisa Vanderpump also had a major role in Maloney and Schwartz's ceremony. In addition to attending the nuptials, the owner of SUR Restaurant, where Vanderpump Rules is filmed, officiated the ceremony. As fans of the show may recall, Vanderpump also offered up her own to Maloney for her engagement party during the series' third season.

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Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz are set to return to Bravo later this year for the 5th season of Vanderpump Rules. A premiere date for the upcoming installment has not yet been set.