On what has been a very dark day – a picture of light, happiness and joy.
A touching photograph showing a joyful Andrew Chan during his wedding ceremony, has emerged on the same day the convicted drug smuggler was executed in Indonesia.
The death row inmate was snapped, beaming with pride, as he placed wedding ring on the finger of his beloved fiancee, Febyanti Herewi.
Despite the tragic circumstances surrounding their nuptials, and knowing his fate, Chan is shown smiling from ear to ear in the picture.
Andrew Chan and his fiancee Febyanti Herewila have married on execution island on what is likely to be one of his last days on earth.
Chan's brother Michael revealed the bittersweet news after returning from Nusakambangan prison on Monday.
"Feby and Andrew had a celebration this evening," Michael said.
"It's tough times but it's happy times at the same time."
He said Andrew and Feby, as she is known, celebrated in Besi prison with family and friends.
"Hopefully the president will still show some compassion so these young people can continue with their lives."
Late on Monday it was revealed Indonesia's Constitutional Court agreed to consider a last-ditch legal challenge to the country's clemency laws on May 12.
However Attorney General spokesman Tony Spontana said the Indonesian government would not wait for the Constitutional Court's decision. "It is not directly related to their case," he said.
Lawyers for Chan and Myuran Sukumaran and Indonesian human rights groups asked the court to clarify the president's obligations when considering clemency pleas.
However the Constitutional Court is not an appeal court and it has no power to alter the death sentences of the Australians or make any ruling on their case,
Any ruling made by the Constitutional Court would not be retrospective and the Attorney-General has previously stressed the case would not prevent the executions from proceeding.
Chan asked Feby to marry him in Bali's Kerobokan jail, where they met through a mutual friend.
Feby, who is an Indonesian pastor, regularly went to the jail as part of her outreach work.
Attorney General H.M. Prasetyo said at first he didn't believe the marriage request.
"There was a wish from Andrew Chan, which I thought wasn't serious and wasn't the last wish, but it turned out to be serious. He wanted to be tied in matrimony with his girlfriend," Mr Prasetyo told detik.com.
"He's been in isolation so I thought he wasn't serious."
He eventually granted the request.
The wedding was officiated by family friend and Salvation Army minister David Soper. Chan has also asked Mr Soper to be his religious adviser in his final hours and witness his execution.
The families have been told they will have to say their final farewells at about 2pm on Tuesday.
Nine prisoners, including Chan and fellow Bali nine organizer Myuran Sukumaran, are expected to be executed shortly after midnight.
Sukumaran's brother, Chinthu, said he had spent the last five years watching young children play with their parents. "And I ask the president not to make orphans out of children, Widows...." He said. "There are family members crying inside the prison as we count down the hours."
Father Charles Burrows has been here before. Seven years ago the Cilacap priest witnessed the execution of two Nigerian heroin smugglers on Nusakambangan. It took the men up to eight minutes to die and while they moaned he sang "Amazing Grace".
This time Father Charles will attend the execution of Brazilian Rodrigo Gularte, who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia. "I'm dead against the death penalty," he said after visiting Gularte.
"The fifth commandment is thou shalt not kill. It's disgusting they are going to do that. No human being has the right to take another's life."
Father Charles said the reaction to the mass executions would be bad for Indonesia and its people. He said polling, which typically finds about 70 per cent of the population supports capital punishment, was done in the cities not the villages.
"I work in villages and everywhere I go no villages have agreed with the death penalty," he said.
Father Charles said all those on death row and their families were feeling sad and angry.
Asked how he felt about witnessing yet another execution, Father Charles said: "I'm happy to be accompanying Rodrigo because I've been with him for seven or eight years. I'm happy to be with him until the end."