Lovebirds Allie and Noah celebrate 1-year anniversary, spent it taking 'long walks on Flamingo Beach'

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These Flamingos Named After 'The Notebook' Celebrate Their Wedding Anniversary

Here come the flamingos!

Flamingos Allie and Noah celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary earlier this week on National Flamingo Day.

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It has been a year since the lovebirds donned a veil and bow tie under the fateful gazebo of the beach, and the Renaissance Aruba Resort and Casino confirmed their love's never been stronger.

"They are often spotted taking long walks on Flamingo Beach," a representative from the resort told InsideEdition.com. "During their first year of marriage, they continue to celebrate their love with resort guests and extended feathered family."

Though the honeymooning flamingos did not welcome any new tiny pink chicks in their year of marriage, "rumor has it, we might be hearing the pitter patter of little webbed feet in the year ahead."

In the resort's video from the wedding, Allie can be seen dashing into the ocean, wedding veil in tow, as her groom looked stoically ahead into their bright horizon.

The couple, whose names are inspired by the Nicholas Sparks novel, "The Notebook," were married last year at the Renaissance Aruba Resort and Casino as a testament to the pink flamingos that roam the resort.

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The resort is home to seven flamingos, including Paradise, Pinky, Rizzo, Pink Floyd and Flamenco.

But Allie and Noah won't be caught fla-mingling with anyone else flamingos are monogamous and these love birds will mate for life.

Related: Also see a flamingo who got the life-changing gift of an artificial leg:

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Rode Gomes, a zoo veterinarian, visits with a Chilean flamingo using a specially-made prosthetic leg, at a zoo in Sorocaba, Brazil, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Zookeepers in southeastern Brazil say they think it’s the first time a flamingo has used a prosthetic leg. The 7-inch carbon limb was donated by a local prosthesis manufacturer. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)
Flamingos stand together at the zoo in Sorocaba, Brazil, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. A Chilean flamingo at the Sorocaba zoo is using a specially-made prosthetic leg after the animal suffered a fracture and the bottom portion of the leg needed to be amputated to prevent an infection. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)
A Chilean flamingo stands with the help of a specially-made prosthetic leg, at a zoo in Sorocaba, Brazil, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. The six-year-old flamingo fractured his left leg one month ago and it was partially amputated to halt an infection. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)
Veterinarians place a specially-made prosthetic leg on a Chilean flamingo at a zoo in Sorocaba, Brazil, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. The flamingo's left leg was partially amputated a month ago to halt an infection. Veterinarian Andre Costa says the bird wouldn’t have survived with just one leg. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)
A zoo veterinarian uses an X-ray to show the amputated limb of a flamingo, and prosthetic leg, on a computer screen at a zoo in Sorocaba, Brazil, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Veterinarian Andre Costa who performed the amputation to halt an infection that would of killed the bird, decided to give the 7-inch carbon limb a try. He says the bird wouldn’t have survived with just one leg. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)
Veterinarians place a specially-made prosthetic leg on a Chilean flamingo at a zoo in Sorocaba, Brazil, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. The flamingo's left leg was partially amputated a month ago to halt an infection. Veterinarian Andre Costa says the bird wouldn’t have survived with just one leg. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)
A veterinarian holds the head of a Chilean flamingo at the zoo in Sorocaba, Brazil, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. This six-year-old flamingo fractured his left leg one month ago and it was partially amputated to halt an infection. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)
A Chilean flamingo using a specially-made prosthetic leg stands at the zoo in Sorocaba, Brazil, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. The six-year-old flamingo fractured his left leg one month ago and it was partially amputated to halt an infection. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)
A zoo veterinarian plays with a Chilean flamingo at the zoo in Sorocaba, Brazil, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. This six-year-old flamingo fractured his left leg one month ago and it was partially amputated to halt an infection. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)
A Chilean flamingo eats while standing with the help of a specially-made prosthetic leg, at a zoo in Sorocaba, Brazil, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Zookeepers in southeastern Brazil say they think it’s the first time a flamingo has used a prosthetic leg. The 7-inch carbon limb was donated by a local prosthesis manufacturer. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)
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