AFL women’s star Moana Hope has said ‘yes’ to her model girlfriend Isabella Carlstrom after the brunette beauty popped the question to her on Thursday.
The 30-year-old athlete took to Instagram to announce the exciting news, and a snap of the moment her stunning Swedish partner got down on one knee.
The proposal took place at the cemetery where the Collingwood star’s late father was buried.
‘I told her that if she ever wanted to Marry me she had to ask my dad… So she asked me to marry her at my dad’s tombstone, so he was there when she asked me,’ Moana wrote in the caption.
‘It could never ever get any more perfect than this…. I said yes. Wedding bells are here. (Excuse the pun) @isabellasofiacarlstrom #engaged #happyplace #bellbell #lockeddown,’ she added.
Isabella also took to Instagram to share the news, along with a photo of the couple sharing a sweet kiss.
The stunner also created a heart shaped display made of rose petals, with a box of sweet treats, Veuve Clicquot champagne and two flutes to celebrate.
‘Keeping this a secret was exhausting! I managed to catch her by surprise and the girl of my dreams said YES #engaged,’ Isabella wrote in the caption.
The couple have been together for almost two years, according to The Herald Sun.
Many of the Survivor Australia contestant’s fans welcomed their happy news, congratulating the couple and wishing them the best.
The happy news comes after Moana recently stormed out of a function when former AFL player and coach Mick Malthouse said ‘AFL was a man’s game and not a woman’s game.’
The Collingwood star, who will play for North Melbourne in 2019, told The Herald Sun, ‘His comments were definitely outdated.’
She continued, ‘It was not something I was going to sit and listen to. Mick was a great coach, but his comments weren’t necessary.’
‘I was so disgusted… I walked out and drove back to Melbourne. He [Malthouse] can have an opinion but he was degrading and disrespectful,’ Moana added.