Adam Goodes and his wife Natalie Croker go on Sunday for brunch with their daughter Adelaide … after the premiere of his documentary The Australian Dream
They welcomed their first child, daughter Adelaide, in June.
And on Sunday, former AFL star Adam Goodes and his wife Natalie Croker saw some family time in Bondi, Sydney.
The couple seemed to be cheerful while cooperating with their two-month-old daughter while walking through the suburb on the beach.
Family fun! On Sunday, former AFL star Adam Goodes and his wife Natalie Croker and their daughter Adelaide saw some family time in Bondi, Sydney
The Sydney Swans champion, 39, casually dressed in a white T-shirt, navy sweater and shorts with a pink pattern.
He decorated his appearance with a pair of sneakers, sunglasses and a baseball cap to protect himself from the sun.
Natalie also opted for comfort in a plain white T-shirt and black leggings.
Bonding: The couple seemed excited by cooing over their two-month-old daughter while strolling through the suburb on the beach with friends
Motherly love: Natalie (photo) rocked her newborn in her arms
She finished her outfit with a pair of white sneakers and wore sunglasses while pushing Adelaide in a pram.
At one point, the new mother held her newborn, wrapped in a pale pink blanket, in her arms.
The family outing will premiere less than a week after Adam & # 39; s rock-hard documentary, The Australian Dream.
Busy mother: Natalie dressed for comfort in a plain white T-shirt and black leggings
The film explores the aftermath of when a 13-year-old supporter of Collingwood in May 2013 infamous Adam a & # 39; monkey & # 39; called.
In the years that followed, he continuously received & # 39; boo & # 39; of AFL fans during competitions, which led to a debate about racism at sporting events.
In the documentary, Adam speaks for the first time about the trauma he experienced as a result of the wailing in the last days of his career.
Speaking: the family outing is premiered less than a week after Adam & # 39; s rock-hard documentary, The Australian Dream
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