Mark Beretta and Delta Goodrem receive the prestigious Order of Australia

Sunrise sports reporter Mark Beretta beams proudly as he poses with Delta Goodrem after they receive Order of Australia medals in Sydney

Mark Beretta shared a special moment with Delta Goodrem on Thursday when both were awarded Australia’s highest honour, the Order of Australia.

The Sunrise sports reporter and the pop superstar were in Sydney so they could receive their medals at Government House.

The 56-year-old shared a cosy photo to Instagram of himself and the blonde pop sensation beaming.

Honoured: Mark Beretta (left) shared a special moment with Delta Goodrem (right) on Thursday when both were awarded Australia’s highest honour, the Order of Australia in a ceremony at Government House in Sydney. Both pictured

Delta, 37, looked amazing in a white double-breasted jacket with a plunging neckline.

She accessorised with a matching white handbag and tasteful globe earrings.

Meanwhile, Mark opted for a blue suit paired with a white shirt and tie.

Mark, who is well-known for his cancer charity work, shared his feelings to followers in the post.    

Proud: Mark, who is well-known for his cancer charity work, shared his feelings with his followers in the post

Proud: Mark, who is well-known for his cancer charity work, shared his feelings with his followers in the post

‘Humbled to receive my Order of Australia Medal amongst a group of amazing Australians.

And great to share the day with the incredible Delta Goodrem.

Sharing a photo of himself posing with his beaming parents, Mark added, ‘I had a very proud mum and dad.’

Family: Mark posed with his parents after receiving his medal at Government House

Family: Mark posed with his parents after receiving his medal at Government House

Mark has helped raise  more than $70million for cancer through the annual Tour de Cure cycling marathon. 

Meanwhile, Delta was honoured for her commitment to the not-for-profit sector as well her significant contribution to the Arts.

Stunning: Mark has helped raise more than $70million for cancer through the annual Tour de Cure cycling marathon

Stunning: Mark has helped raise more than $70million for cancer through the annual Tour de Cure cycling marathon 

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