Mystery brunette linked to Gary Rohan is spotted with the AFL star AGAIN - planting a kiss on his cheek and handing him his kids as he took to the field for his 150th game
The mystery brunette linked with Gary Rohan has been spotted at the Geelong forward's 150th career game with his children - amid rumours he left his wife for a young club staffer.
Rohan led the Cats out at the MCG on Friday night in an AFL Grand Final replay against Richmond, embracing the woman who was accompanied by his young kids from his previous marriage.
The 29-year-old and his childhood sweetheart, Amie, split up in June last year, three years after the death of their newborn twin.
The AFL star is now believed to be dating Madi Bennett, a physiotherapist who briefly worked for the Geelong Cats.
Rohan, who left the Swans for Geelong in 2019, had been married to estranged wife Amie for four years, having twins Bella and Willow in 2018. Willow died five hours after her birth.
The pair welcomed their second child, Sadie Rose, in March last year - three months before their split.
The mystery brunette waiting at the fence of the MCG on Friday is believed to be the young staffer Rohan began dating following the end of his marriage.
It's believed she used to work as a physio for the club and the pair grew close during Geelong's Brisbane bubble.
The Cats were forced to relocate to the Queensland capital in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak in the second half of 2020.
Amie confirmed their marriage had ended on the Move Your Mind podcast, saying the days following their split were more difficult than losing her daughter.
'The days after my marriage breakdown were some of the hardest days of my life, harder than when we lost Willow,' she said.
'My marriage broke down midway through last year and I spoke to one of my close girlfriends …. and I said being dealt a trauma on top of a trauma that I thought I had completely healed from is something that I have really struggled with.
'And she turned around and said, ''Amie, you have lost a child. You are never, ever going to completely heal from that, ever", and when she said that to me I was like, ''I never truly will''.'