Mia Fevola and her new boyfriend Jamarra Ugle-Hagan play soccer with her family in Melbourne

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It’s getting serious! Mia Fevola and her AFL star boyfriend Jamarra Ugle-Hagan socializing as they play soccer with her family in Melbourne

She debuted in March with her new boyfriend Jamarra Ugle-Hagan.

And on Wednesday, Mia Fevola enjoyed her AFL star beau as they spent quality time with her family in Melbourne.

The 21-year-old model looked happy and relaxed as she played soccer with Jamarra, her stepfather Brendan Fevola, her mother Alex and her siblings.

It’s getting serious! Mia Fevola and her new AFL star boyfriend Jamarra Ugle-Hagan socializing as they played football with her family in Melbourne on Wednesday

New romance: The 21-year-old looked happy and relaxed as she played soccer with Jamarra, her stepfather Brendan Fevola, her mother Alex and her other siblings

New romance: The 21-year-old looked happy and relaxed as she played soccer with Jamarra, her stepfather Brendan Fevola, her mother Alex and her other siblings

Mia dressed casually in black gym leggings and a sweater as she relaxed on the grass with her beauty.

During the outing, Mia’s stepfather Brendan showed his skills as he kicked the ball through the park.

Mia is the oldest child of Brendan’s longtime partner, Alex.

Happy in love: the model dressed casually in black sports leggings and a sweater as she relaxed on the grass with her beau

Happy in love: the model dressed casually in black sports leggings and a sweater as she relaxed on the grass with her beau

Family outing: Mia watched as her mother Alex played with her young sister Tobi

Family outing: Mia watched as her mother Alex played with her young sister Tobi

Practice: During the outing, Mia's stepdad Brendan showed his skills as he kicked the ball through the park

Practice: During the outing, Mia’s stepdad Brendan showed his skills as he kicked the ball through the park

Brendan adopted Mia as his own daughter when he married Alex in 2005, and they remained close even during times when the couple was divorced.

Aside from Mia, Brendan and Alex share three daughters: Leni, 12, Lulu, eight, and Tobi, two.

Mia confirmed the romance with Jamarra earlier this year and shared a photo of her crawling up to the star in an Instagram post.

Key forward Jamarra has been nicknamed ‘Buddy Franklin 2.0’.

Connection: Brendan adopted Mia as his own daughter when he married longtime partner Alex in 2005, and they remained close even during times when the couple was divorced

Connection: Brendan adopted Mia as his own daughter when he married longtime partner Alex in 2005, and they remained close even during times when the couple was divorced

Family affair: Aside from Mia, Brendan and Alex share three daughters: Leni, 12, Lulu, eight, and Tobi, two

Family affair: Aside from Mia, Brendan and Alex share three daughters: Leni, 12, Lulu, eight, and Tobi, two

New relationship: Mia confirmed the romance with Jamarra earlier this year and shared a photo in an Instagram post of her hugging the star

New relationship: Mia confirmed the romance with Jamarra earlier this year and shared a photo in an Instagram post of her hugging the star

He is the first Indigenous player to be picked first since Des Headland in 1998, becoming the first Bulldog to top the AFL draw since Brownlow medalist Adam Cooney first called out his name in 2003.

In December 2020, Jamarra said: The age he tried to model himself after the Sydney Swans star.

‘I just use him as a person who sets goals for me… Everyone has that person you want to become, or even get better [than]’ he said.

Mia split from Richmond premiership player Daniel Rioli in February last year.

Strong player: Key forward Jamarra has been nicknamed 'Buddy Franklin 2.0'

Strong player: Key forward Jamarra has been nicknamed ‘Buddy Franklin 2.0’

Successful: He is the first Indigenous player to be picked first since Des Headland in 1998, becoming the first Bulldog to top the AFL draw since Brownlow medalist Adam Cooney first had his name called out in 2003

Successful: He is the first Indigenous player to be picked first since Des Headland in 1998, becoming the first Bulldog to top the AFL draw since Brownlow medalist Adam Cooney first had his name called out in 2003

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