Update, July 18th, 12:30 EDT: Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas shared even more photos, with bonus videos this time. This post has been updated with the new Instagram posts.

After tying the knot in a low-key Vegas ceremony in May, Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas had a second wedding celebration in Paris on June 29th, and we’ve loved keeping up with all the excitement on Instagram. Now, the newlyweds have shared some photos from their honeymoon in the Maldives, and we officially have FOMO. The resort where they are staying is breathtakingly beautiful, and it looks like they had an incredible time.

The couple stayed the Soneva Fushi beachfront villas on Kunfunadhoo Island in the Maldives, located on the Indian Ocean in South Asia. According to E! News, these stunning villas cost between $1,400 and $28,000 per night. While that’s probably out of most of our honeymoon budgets, we can still revel in the photos shared by Turner and Jonas.

On Sunday, July 14th, the Game of Thrones star shared a series of photos of her new husband living his best life on her Instagram page.

In Turner’s photos, Jonas can be seen lounging by the water with a tropical drink, cycling through lush greenery, and eating sushi and playing chess in front of picturesque blue waters. The whole thing looks seriously dreamy.

That same day, Jonas shared his own photos and videos from the trip, including two beautiful pics of his new wife.

He also shared a video of himself exiting the resort’s Out of the Blue restaurant before sliding down a water slide from the restaurant into the ocean, and yes, this is one of the coolest things we’ve ever seen.

Turner also shared photos and videos of the couple walking along the beach and of herself playing tennis in her bikini, as you do.

And Jonas shared an, um, intimate video of his view from the bathroom, among other adventures (mostly involving watermelon daiquiris).

It certainly looks like these two had a romantic and relaxing honeymoon, and we wouldn’t be mad if they decided to share more photos and videos. Don’t mind us, we’ll be over here pretending we’re eating sushi with a beach view instead of drinking coffee at our desks.