AFLW star Sabrina Frederick got married, and Brooke Blurton was bridesmaid

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AFLW star Sabrina Frederick has married her partner Lili Cadee-Matthews in a beautiful ceremony in Melbourne.

After delays due to the pandemic, the 25-year-old Collingwood footballer (pictured above, far left) tied the knot with partner Lili Cadee-Matthews, a teacher, on Sunday.

The couple, who wore matching white, and their photographer shared beautiful photos of the nuptials to Instagram.

“I will never truly have enough time to express or show how much I love and appreciate you,” Sabrina wrote ahead of the wedding.

“But let’s start with the rest of our lives.”

Bachelorette star Brooke Blurton was also on bridesmaid duties at the ceremony.

“My best mate finally got MARRIED,” Brooke wrote on Instagram.

“Felt so honoured to be apart of it and seeing you finally marry the girl of your dreams @sabzizzle.”

Sabrina responded, “Day to remember. Love you to bits. Moments we will share on the porch in the rocking chair one day!”

Sabrina Frederick got engaged to her partner in 2018

Sabrina Frederick and Lili Cadee-Matthews said they first connected with each other over social media.

In late 2018, the couple announced their engagement.

“I have dreamt about this moment 1000 times over,” Sabrina wrote on Instagram at the time.

“It was everything I could’ve imagine and more. From the moment I first heard your voice I knew I was going to spend the rest of my life with you and listen to that voice forever.

“Last night I asked the woman of my dreams to marry me, and thank goodness she said yes.”

The footy player, who grew up in WA and appeared on SAS Australia last year, told The West Australian they’d postponed the wedding due to border restrictions.

“We were planning on getting married in December,” she said.

“But [we] have decided to postpone because of everything going on.

“A lot of my family are over in the UK and in WA and they physically wouldn’t be able to attend.

“Hindsight is a beautiful thing and we get to send out some more invitations and do that process again.”

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