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Helping Hand, Adorable Marriage Proposal

NRL great’s adorable marriage proposal

Braith Anasta is getting married again after proposing to girlfriend of three years Rachael Lee.

8.10.2019

Braith Anasta asked girlfriend Rachael Lee to marry him with a helping hand from their children — and she was completely overwhelmed.

Braith Anasta is getting married again after proposing to girlfriend of three years Rachael Lee .

The foursome were wearing T-shirts that spelled “will you marry me” before Anasta, 37, made it official by dropping to one knee and asking for Lee’s hand.

They have a daughter, Gigi, and also co-parent Addison and Aleeia.

Read more: news.com.au

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