The 21-year old Victorian, who quit the Crows last week in favour of a lucrative four-year deal from Melbourne, popped the big question mid-flight, with Ms Hansen sharing the good news on social media soon after landing. “Well that was a rocky flight,” she captioned a photo of herself showcasing the huge oval-cut diamond engagement ring. Ms Hansen, a teacher, also posted a photo of her and Lever celebrating on-board the Qatar Airways plane with a glass of champagne.
The 21-year-old Victorian, who quit the Crows last week in favour of a lucrative four-year deal from Melbourne, popped the question mid-flight, with Ms Hansen sharing the good news on social media soon after landing. “Well that was a rocky flight,” she captioned a photo of herself showcasing the huge oval-cut diamond engagement ring. Ms Hansen, a teacher, also posted a photo of the couple celebrating on board the Qatar Airways plane with champagne.
Proudly wearing red, blue and gold, Adelaide supporters from far and wide flocked to the hallowed ground hours before the much-anticipated decider, looking to soak up the atmosphere of football’s biggest day. They might have been outnumbered by their Tigers counterparts but the Crows faithful were already in full voice, confident their boys could secure the club’s third AFL premiership following triumphs in 1997 and 1998.
Not massively concerned TBH. No recruiting team is perfect but I’ll back ours in here, they obviously don’t rate him that highly and I’d don’t want to select someone based on their surname... #justmytwocentshttps://t.co/ZQvwpvwZxd
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