AFL star Nathan Brown marries Kristine Fabiyanic in private ceremony
The 33-year-old former Australian Football League star, who has previously played for Richmond and the Western Bulldogs, exchanged vows with his long-term partner in a private ceremony at Circa in St Kilda last night.
According to the Herald Sun, Brown's Richmond teammate Matthew Richardson was in the bridal party and Tigers assistant coach Wayne Campbell gave a reading during the service.
Brown finished his filming commitments as a panellist on Channel Nine's Sunday Footy Show early yesterday morning following Saturday's AFL Grand Final before heading off to prepare for his wedding.
The newlywed couple have a daughter called Ava Rose together, who was born in December last year.
Earlier this year, Brown was forced to apologise after making apparent sexual slurs about Megan Gale during an appearance on The Footy Show.
Brown insisted that he "didn't mean anything" by the double-entendres that he used while hinting at Gale's rumoured relationship with player Shaun Hampson, adding: "I apologise if anyone took offence as it was not my intention as a play on words."