Condemned Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have entered their final hours before their expected execution
Two Australian drug smugglers set to be executed by firing squad in Indonesia have entered their final hours.
Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are expected to be executed this evening and were visited by their emotional families in prison today.
The shooting is set to go ahead despite Indonesia's Constitutional Court agreeing to hear a legal challenge brought by the duo and setting a hearing date of May 12.
Chan and Sukumaran are part of the Bali Nine who were convicted in 2005 over a plot to smuggle around 18.2lbs of heroin from Indonesia to Australia.
The pair, as well as other death row inmates, have remained defiant in their final hours inside the prison on Indonesia's 'death island', where coffins were seen arriving earlier this evening.
Chan married his fiancé of less than three months inside the prison today, as family paid what will be one of their last visits.
Chan married his partner Febyanti Herewila (pictured) in prison as his execution by firing squad looms