Mia Fevola Watches AFL Grand Final Solo At Home Without Boyfriend Jamarra Ugle-Hagan

Mia Fevola cheers herself up with pretty treats as she watches the AFL Grand Final at home alone – after tearfully saying goodbye to her Western Bulldogs player boyfriend Jamarra Ugle-Hagan


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Mia Fevola tearfully said goodbye to her footballer boyfriend Jamarra Ugle-Hagan last month as he set out to join the AFL bubble.

And on Saturday, unable to see the game in person, the WAG watched from home in Victoria as Jamarra’s team, the Western Bulldogs, played against the Melbourne Demons in the AFL Grand Final in Perth.

The 21-year-old made a chic living room picnic for herself, enjoying a platter of cheese, chocolate, pastries, bread and fruit.

Divorced: Mia Fevola tearfully said goodbye to her footballer boyfriend Jamarra Ugle-Hagan last month as he set out to join the AFL bubble.  Both pictured

Divorced: Mia Fevola tearfully said goodbye to her footballer boyfriend Jamarra Ugle-Hagan last month as he set out to join the AFL bubble. Both pictured

She shared images of the impressive spread on Instagram Stories as the competition kicked off on Sunday night.

Mia, the stepdaughter of soccer legend Brendan Fevola, wrote in her caption, “Happy Grand Final day plate!”

Last month, the budding influencer shared a video on Instagram in which she saw her AFL star beau in a flood of tears.

Sweet: And on Saturday, unable to see the game in person, the WAG watched from home in Victoria as Jamarra's team, the Western Bulldogs, played the Melbourne Demons in the AFL Grand Final in Perth

Sweet: And on Saturday, unable to see the game in person, the WAG watched from home in Victoria as Jamarra's team, the Western Bulldogs, played the Melbourne Demons in the AFL Grand Final in Perth

Sweet: And on Saturday, unable to see the game in person, the WAG watched from home in Victoria as Jamarra’s team, the Western Bulldogs, played the Melbourne Demons in the AFL Grand Final in Perth

Helps! She shared images of the impressive spread on Instagram Stories as the competition kicked off on Sunday night. Mia, the stepdaughter of soccer legend Brendan Fevola, wrote in her caption, “Happy Grand Final day plate!”

In the footage she cried before saying goodbye to the Western Bulldogs player, as he prepared to fly to Tasmania to play a match against Essendon.

“Boring goodbye… see you when I see you @jamarrauh,” she captioned the post.

The video shows the couple enjoying a passionate kiss before Mia bursts into tears.

One last kiss: Last month, the budding influencer shared a video on Instagram showing her AFL star beau in a flood of tears

One last kiss: Last month, the budding influencer shared a video on Instagram showing her AFL star beau in a flood of tears

Aww: In the footage, she cried before saying goodbye to the Western Bulldogs player, as he flew to Tasmania to play a match against Essendon

Aww: In the footage, she cried before saying goodbye to the Western Bulldogs player, as he flew to Tasmania to play a match against Essendon

One last kiss: Last month, the budding influencer shared a video on Instagram in which she saw her AFL star beau in a flood of tears. In the footage, she cried before saying goodbye to the Western Bulldogs player as he flew to Tasmania to play a match against Essendon

Mia and Jamarra, 18, have grown stronger after their romance debuted in March.

Things are going so well between the two that Mia’s stepfather Brendan recently shared his thoughts on his little girl’s blossoming new romance.

In an interview in June with Triple M Footy, he said of Jamarra: ‘He does the dishes, he washes, he does everything, he’s great.’

He added: ‘He’s got some strings on his bow, I’ll have to give that to him. Good child.’

So in love: Mia and Jamarra, 18, have grown stronger after their romance debuted in March

So in love: Mia and Jamarra, 18, have grown stronger after their romance debuted in March

So in love: Mia and Jamarra, 18, have grown stronger after their romance debuted in March

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